Spanish Beaches

With a coastline that measures over 3000 miles long, Spain is a hot destination for tourists who want to enjoy the sea and sun.

The spectacular Mediterranean Sea lies to the southern and eastern coast of the country.

The Bay of Biscay is at the north and the Atlantic Ocean is at the west and south west.

Besides the waters of mainland Spain, there are islands off the coast that provide beautiful beaches and endless opportunities for fun in the sun.

It is no wonder why the country is a hot tourist destination. After all, the average temperatures of the country fall between 13 to 25 degrees Celsius.

Further, with around 300 days of sunshine each year, tourists can enjoy the beaches for months. The entire family can enjoy long days sunbathing, swimming, and much more.

The Costa’s

The Costa Brava located along the Mediterranean side contains many amazing beaches and hidden coves.

If you go south from this point, you will come across many other beaches in the regions of the Costa Blanca, Costa del Azahar, and more.

Further, the coast of Andalusia consists of regions like Costa Tropical and Costa del Sol.

These areas provide a host of leisure and entertainment venues, stores, and spectacular beaches. They attract floods of tourists each year.

The resort of Marbella is a favourite spot of wealthy people and celebrities who choose to travel to Spain for a holiday.

The Atlantic coast of Andalusia, the Costa de la Luz, is also attractive to beachgoers. Places like Tarifa, Zahara, Huelva and Cadiz provide plenty for fun in the sun.

The coast of Galicia is lined with small beaches for people who want a dip in the Atlantic.

The northern coast of Spain, which contains cities like Gijion, Santander and San Sebastian, are also a great spot for beach action.

With great weather and a beautiful natural landscape, the area also boasts attractive architecture.

The Balearic Islands

If you are looking for another Spanish destination that contains all these elements, you need to visit the Balearic Islands.

Located in the Mediterranean Sea, these beautiful islands feature coves, cliffs, beaches, stunning architecture and natural reserves.

They are packed with tourists during the summertime. The major Balearic Islands include Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca, and Menorca.

Known for their beautiful beaches the Islands also offer many entertainment and leisure activities.

Therefore, you will get all your vacation needs met. You can bask in the sun and swim in the beaches all day and party at night.

Canary Islands

Another Spanish destination worth visiting is the Canary Islands.

Lying of the African coast about a thousand kilometers away from mainland Spain, these islands enjoy spectacular weather all year.

This means that the Canary Islands accept beach goers all year long.

Notable resorts are Puerto de la Cruz and Playa de Las Americas in Tenerife, and Puerto Del Carmen in Lanzarote. The sand dunes of Maspalomas in Gran Canaria are also worth a visit.

A trip to Spain cannot be complete without a visit to the beaches.

Fortunately, there are many choices and you will not be left disappointed. Therefore, pack your swimsuit and expect a fun time!

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