Relaxing on the Beach, Spain
Relaxing on a Spanish Beach © Daniel Flower

Three Must-Visit Beaches In Spain

Spain is an exceptional country that boasts almost 5,000 miles (8,000 kilometres) of breathtaking coastlines decorated with countless picturesque beaches. Because of this, Spain holidays are known all over the world for fun-filled and exciting beaches complemented by amazing weather conditions.

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Taking these factors into consideration, beach vacations here can be such a delight. To make the most of your Spain holiday, it’s best to visit the best beaches that only the said country can offer. Here are just a few of our favorites:

Playa de Estorde

This beach is situated less than 62 miles (100 kilometers) from the southwest region of La Coruna, Galicia. Playa de Estorde is a very lengthy beach that stretches compasses about 312 miles (500 kilometers); its pristine white sand and marine life are truly amazing. It is the place to be if you long for a romantic getaway with that special someone.

La Concha

La Concha beach is one of the most sought-after beaches in all of Europe. It is famous among holidaymakers for its tapas or Spanish cuisine appetizers that are served in hot and cold variety.

This beach is not only known for its superb food culture, it is also famous for a wide array of exciting water sports such as windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing and so much more!

Costa del Sol

Costa del Sol is the place to be if you’re a “party animal” who loves to dance or drink the night away! Situated in the Spain’s southern region, this beach is one of the most crowded beaches in the country.

Summing Up

There are so many beautiful beaches in Spain and you will be say, spoilt for choice if ever your Spain holidays pushes through. On the other hand, it would be best to visit some of the best ones that only the said country has to offer to enjoy your beach vacation to the fullest. There are many vacation homes here, so you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank when staying here for an extended period.

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  1. So I just read the article you wrote about Andrew Zimmern. Then I realized it was from 7 YEARS ago. Have your feelings about him changed in the meantime? To be honest, I’m not sure (and don’t feel like checking) if that show is still being made, but I liked Mr. Zimmern much more than Anthony Bourdain.

    To the current article: I remember back in high school, the only reason I took 4 years of Spanish class was because we were promised during the 2nd year that we would take a class trip to Spain if we took the extra two unnecessary years. I took those classes and senior year, you guessed it- no trip. Que lastima. If I had gone…I would’ve went for Costa del Sol or a nude Spanish beach. chicas chicas chicas!!!

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