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The 8 best paradisiacal coves in Spain


The 8 most paradisiacal coves in Spain.

The 8 most paradisiacal coves in Spain.
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With the arrival of summer, it is time to think about the holidays, the sun and the playa. If you still don’t have a destination to enjoy your days off and you dream of escaping to paradisiac places your destination may be much closer than you imagine, since Spain hides idyllic places that you probably don’t know.

We discover below 10 paradisiacal coves in Spain in which you will feel that you are in the Caribbean:

Caló des Moro (Mallorca)

Located in Mallorca and only 6 kilometers from Santanyí is Caló des Moro, one of the island treasures. Their crystalline waters and its natural environment make it a unique place, where you can snorkel or scuba dive.

Caló des Moro in Mallorca Getty Images


Roche coves (Cádiz)

Roche coves (Cádiz)


The coves of Roche are well worth an excursion if you spend the summer in Cádiz. They are near Conil de la Frontera, although their access is difficult. Therefore, they are not crowded coves. In them you can also practice the nudism.

Mataleñas Beach (Cantabria)

Mataleñas Beach (Cantabria)


The north of Spain is a true paradise to enjoy the summer with some mild temperatures. In Santander, embedded in some cliffs we find the quiet Mataleñas beach. Of course, to access it you have to go down some steep stairs, but the reward is worth it.

Cala Pola (Girona)

Cala Pola (Girona)


If you travel with children, but you don’t want to give up spending time among crystal clear waters, your destination is in the middle of Costra Brava, in Tossa de Mar, in Cala Pola. Its easy access will allow you to arrive with the whole family easily. Of course, in summer it is important to arrive early to find a place.

Cala Pregonda (Menorca)

Cala Pregonda (Menorca)


Summer in Menorca is synonymous with spending days from cove to cove. One of those that should be on your list It is the Cala Pregonda, since in addition to marveling at its reddish tones you can take a mud bath with which to exfoliate your skin.

Cala Saona (Formentera)

Cala Saona (Formentera)


Formentera is another of the islands where choosing a cove is difficult. Among all of them, Cala Saona stands out, sandwiched between cliffs, with a dune and a pine forest, to enjoy nature is all its splendor. Its sunsets are also quite a spectacle.

Cala del Moraig (Alicante)

Moraig cove, in El Poble Nou de Benitatxell, with a blue flag.


If you are a diving lover, your destination is Alicante. In Benitatxell you will find Cala de Moraig, a wide gravel beach, which has a cave formed by the exit to the sea of ​​an underground river.

Cala d´en Serra (Ibiza)

Cala d´en Serra (Ibiza)


One of the most impressive coves in Spain It is the Cala d’en Serra, located in Sant Joan de Labritja in Ibiza. Despite the fact that the island suffers the consequences of tourism at this time of year, in this cove with transparent waters you can find the tranquility you are looking for.


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