The Spanish coast It is one of the most splendid and varied on the planet, and few countries can compete with its coastal heritage. In addition to its beauty, we want to highlight those infinite beaches in which walking along the shore becomes a pleasure … and an excursion.
Cofete Beach (Fuerteventura)
Located in Morro de Jable, on the island of Fuerteventura, this golden sand beach reaches almost 14 kilometers. It becomes a perfect place to perform watersports (especially kite-surfing or windsurfing), practicing nudism and going for a walk. The scenery that surrounds it is wild and mountainous, an ideal setting to disconnect from everything and merge with nature.
San Juan Beach (Alicante)
One of the best known and most appreciated beaches in Alicante is of fine sands and transparent waters, a huge sandy area that stretches along 6 kilometers from El Campello to Cabo de las Huertas. The enclave is one of the most visited in summer, especially by tourists from the interior of the country. Playa de San Juan has areas for the practice of different sports: volleyball, soccer, windsurf … A charming walk, also widely used by lovers of running, accompanies this sandy area and becomes the perfect place to enjoy the sea breeze or taste an Alicante rice.
Carnota Beach (A Coruña)
In the heart of the Costa da Morte, lovers of surfing and windsurfing enjoy a wild gem. This beach on the Coruña coast of 7 km It is surprising for its fine white sand and crystal clear water. The beach attracts attention for its length but also for its width since it is completely transformed, depending on the strong tides. East coastal enclave is considered one of the 100 best in the world.
Mazagón Beach (Huelva)
In the Huelva town of Palos de la Frontera we came across this wonderful sandy area with almost 13 kilometers of length. It encompasses the mouth of the Tino river to Torre del Oro and its sand is fine and golden. It has a multitude of services and amenities, and it can be accessed from various streets of the town. In addition, it borders the Doñana national park, declared World Heritage.
Nueva Umbría Beach (Huelva)
The popular town of Lepe has one of the longest beaches on our coastline. Via 12 kilometers in length the traveler enjoys this beautiful beach, within the Marismas del Río Piedras and Flecha del Rompido Natural Park. Without too many services, you have an acceptably preserved environment. It is one of the longest nude beaches in Spain and a space adored by fishermen. Another of its attractions is the port The Lump, where you can taste seafood and fish from the area or enjoy nightlife.
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.