fine sand or cliffs overlooking the sea, a short walk from the city center or on the islands.
In Spain there are almost 600 beaches where waves the Blue Flag in recognition of their quality.
We present ten of the most beautiful beaches in Spain. From Asturias and the Canary Islands, from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, the Balearics and Catalonia.
Ses Ilettes – The white sand and clear waters have allowed this shore of the Balearic Islands, located in the north of Formentera, to be counted among the most beautiful beaches in the world. It is a privileged place, where you can enjoy spectacular views of several islands (hence the name) and even spot the island of Ibiza.
The Illetes area is one of the best equipped for the practice of water sports such as sailing and diving.
There is also a maritime transport service that links the area to the port of Sabina and the island of Espalmador.
As Catedrais – The As Catedrais beach (Las Catedrales), declared a Natural Monument, it is one of the most famous of all of Galicia.
It is known around the world for its rocky formations created by wind erosion and water, which have created strange shapes that inspire the imagination of the beholder. When the tide is out you can take your shoes off and walk in the caves of great height to the discovery of arches inside arches. During July, August and September it can only be accessed by appointment, as well as during the Easter holidays (March and April).
La Concha – This beach located between the fishing port of San Sebastián and the Pico del Loro, is one of the most famous, photographed and elegant of the Basque Country.
You can practice sports like surfing, windsurfing, canoeing and beach soccer, while the little ones were set up platforms in the sea with small aquatic attractions. The pleasant and popular promenade is always popular, as well as the bike path that runs parallel.
Bolonia – This pristine white sandy beach is located in Tarifa, in a natural setting of great beauty.
It is considered a paradise for surfers because of the strong wind almost constant. In addition, almost behind the beach is the Baelo Claudia Archaeological Complex, a city-Roman farm that surprises for its excellent state of preservation. In one part of the beach you can practice nudism.
Cala Bassa – Beautiful beach, easily accessible and well signposted, located about nine kilometers from Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza. Nearby there is a space for camping.