Visiting the nicest beaches of Spain

Playa RiberaSpain, a great place for your vacation. Peaceful, great traditional food, sun and beaches, what else do you need?. Spain is one of the most visited countries in Europe, British, German, Japanese and countless other people from all around the world go there to enjoy its beaches and good summer climate. We believe there are some great beaches you should not miss if you travel to Spain. Making a pick it’s not easy, Spain has oceanic and sea beaches, from well known to little exclusive ones.

La Ribera Beach Girona (Barcelona)

La Ribera is located near the ‘Costa Brava’, north of Barcelona (less than an hour by car). It’s Mediterranean clean and warm water will make you relax and enjoy your vacation at it’s fullest. There’s lots of places to eat and the small city has several hotels. This beach has half a kilometer of tranquil waters and dark sand. You will also be able to find great campings nearby, that will make your stay inexpensive.

Calella de Mar Barcelona

One of the most visited beaches of Barcelona, just 45 minutes from the center. Has all services a tourist may need, great restaurants, big hotels, night clubs, a peaceful and quiet environment, easy access by car and train, and one of the biggest beach coast in all of ‘Costa Brava’, almost always having ‘blue flag’ status. The town of Callela is well prepared to receive a great amount of tourism, and once you have visited this incredible beach, you will most likely return the following summer!

San Lorenzo Beach Gijon

This beautiful oceanic beach is located in the city of Gijon (Asturias), north of Spain. With 1 and a half kilometer of extension, with easy access , golden sand and strong waves, ideal for water sports. This beach has all kind of resources available, like wheelchair access, showers, snack-bars and a diving zone. A great place to spend a couple of weekends of your summer and disconnect from the world. You will also be able to visit such great places as the ‘Atlantic botanic garden’ or the typical neighborhood of ‘Cimadevilla’.

Carabeillo Chico Malaga

Located in the southern province of Malaga, Carabeillo Chico is a small yet beautiful and tranquil beach, with a lot of other great beaches surrounding it, like ‘La Torrecilla’ and ‘Burriana’. Visiting this beach will be a great experience, not only for its moderate waters and dark sand, but also because there’s lot of historic places to visit nearby, like the Nerja Caves or the Roman Lighthouse of Torrox.

Playa Orzan A Coruna

Galicia is a magical place, or so the saying goes. Orzan beach surely is a small oceanic beach. This beach, combined with Riazor and Matadero beach, are considered the best beaches in all the A Coruna province. Golden sand, moderate wind, showers, sand, snack-bars and a selection of places to visit nearby, like the Provincial Museum, the Obelisk or the Royal Port, this beach has it all. And don’t forget to go to a local restaurant and taste the delicious Galician wine and tasteful seafood specialties.

One Response to “Visiting the nicest beaches of Spain”

  • I’ve just arrived home from a vacation in Nerja. The weather was not great but of all the villages in Spain, this was the best. Great wine and food and charming people. Looking forward to go back.

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