Discover the most beautiful beaches in Spain

Spain is a holiday paradise that impresses with its golden beaches, delicious food and world-class monuments. However, it is the beaches that are most popular during the vacations.

What better place to enjoy sweet laziness in the sun? The beach sounds perfect. There are plenty of them in Spain, and their variety makes it difficult to choose the best one.

It is not only for the delicious typical food that Spain receives so many tourists. The country is also home to beautiful beaches that are true works of nature's art. Spain's beaches are able to satisfy every need and are ideal places both for those who want a vacation of relaxation and tranquility, for those looking for social events, and finally also for those who want to devote their vacation time to sports.

The most beautiful sandstones are certainly found in the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands, the two best known and most appreciated Spanish archipelagos. The Balearic archipelago stands out for its eleven islands that make a beautiful spectacle in the Mediterranean Sea.


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Benidorm, Costa Blanca


Beautiful beach of fine sand two kilometers long. You can freely spend the whole day here. Located near the city, with playgrounds and promenades full of restaurants and stores, it is the tourist center of Benidorm. A perfect place to feel the authentic atmosphere of the Costa Blanca.

El Arenal beach in Jávea, Costa Blanca

El Arenal beach in Javea

Another beach of the Costa Blanca is located in the town of Javea. Although it is small, as it is only 300m long, it impresses with its fine and soft sand and its great infrastructure: restaurants, bars and discos.

Los Lances in Tarifa, Costa de la Luz

Los Lances in Tarifa Costa de la Luz

A perfect place for lovers of long walks by the sea and windsurfing and kitesurfing. A 9 km long strip of clear sand is also a great place for families with children. In addition to the beach, there are also dunes and the Rio Jara lagoon, which fills with water during high tides.

Platje del Pinar in Castellón de la Plana, Costa del Azahar

Platje del Pinar in Castellon de la Plana Costa del Azahar

Considered one of the most beautiful beaches in this part of the Spanish coast. It is located near the port. There are wonderful views from it, and the soft sand and crystal clear water are conducive to slow relaxation.

Playa Gran in Tossa de Mar, Costa Brava

Playa Gran in Tossa de Mar Costa Brava

Located in the popular town of Tossa de Mar, the beach will seduce you with its charm. The nearly 400-meter long beach is a place where you can admire the medieval castle towering above it while sunbathing. Platja Gran also regularly receives the Blue Flag certificate awarded, among others, for purity.

Malapesquera Beach in Benalmádena, Costa del Sol

Malapesquera Beach in Benalmadena Costa del Sol

The beach, 700 meters long and 50 meters wide, is one of the favorite places for tourists who come to spend their vacations on the Costa del Sol. The sandy beach periodically receives the Blue Flag. Along it you will find a lot of restaurants, beach bars with sun loungers and places to practice sports, such as beach volleyball.

Playa de Palma in Mallorca

Playa de Palma in Mallorca

Stretching from Palma de Mallorca to Arenal, the 6-kilometer long beach has a relaxed atmosphere. It is a great place for couples and groups of friends. The sandy coastline with crystal clear waters is the perfect place to relax. Playa de Palma is also a great place to practice water sports and walk along the lively promenade, full of bars and restaurants.

Cala Agulla in Mallorca

Cala Agulla in Mallorca

The other beach is also in Mallorca. Unlike Playa de Palma, Cala Agulla is located in a lovely bay near Cala Ratjada. The soft sand and gentle descent into the water, as well as the proximity of the restaurant, are sure to please families with children, and active recreation enthusiasts will be happy to take advantage of one of the water equipment rentals. There are also dunes and a nature reserve in the area.

Cala Xarraca in Ibiza

Cala Xarraca in Ibiza

While Ibiza and its beaches are mostly associated with partying until dawn, Cala Xarraca doesn't fit the image at all. Intimate, quiet and small (70 meters long by 20 meters wide), the beach has a rocky shore with underwater caves. It will be chosen mainly by diving lovers, but also by those who want to take a break from the hustle and bustle in a beautiful natural setting.


Spain offers unique opportunities for those seeking a vacation of relaxation, fun, and discovery of nature. It does this through its many splendid beaches that present themselves as authentic, untouched natural paradises where you can forget all your worries. 


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