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Spain is a member state of the European Union located on the Iberian Peninsula in the southwestern part of Europe. The continental part of the country is washed by the Mediterranean Sea from the south and east; and from the northwest and west by the Atlantic Ocean. Due to its geographical and climatic features, Spain offers great opportunities for beach holidays on the Continent, Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea and throughout the year on Canary islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Rich cultural and historical heritage of Spain, interesting excursions and a variety of entertainment will make your stay enjoyable and memorable!

Best beaches of Spain

Tenerife island

Gran Canaria



Best beaches of Tenerife island

Best beaches of Gran Canaria

Best beaches of Lanzarote island

Best beaches of Fuerteventura island

Lobos island


Menorca island


Lobos island

Best beaches of Mallorca island

Best beaches of Menorca island

Best beaches of Ibiza


The islands of "eternal spring" make up Canary archipelago, located in the Atlantic Ocean just 100 km off the west coast of Africa. Unique climate with mild and warm weather where the bathing season lasts all year round, making the islands a desirable destination for millions of Europeans saving themselves from the cold, wet, cheerless continental winter.
Tenerife is an island of volcanic origin and most of its shoreline is made of solid rock. However, beach lovers will not be disappointed as there is also a lot of sand and pebble beaches at their disposal in different parts of the island. Almost all the coast of Playa de las Americas in the south of Tenerife represents a nice chain of beaches, equipped with everything necessary for a comfortable stay.
Gran Canaria is the second most visited island of the archipelago after Tenerife. Lying in the heart of the archipelago, Gran Canaria is the third largest island of the Canaries, forming a shape of a circle. In the south of Gran Canaria you will find a wonderful creation of nature - a sugar cube on the ocean. Its the Dunes of Maspalomas, the main tourist attraction of the island with a special, warm and dry climate.
Lanzarote island. Lanzarote is perhaps the most unusual of all the islands of the archipelago It will not leave indifferent even experienced tourists surprising them with extraordinary volcanic landscapes, low-key architecture and a rare harmony between civilization and nature.
Fuerteventura island.The name of this island comes from the wind, blowing at the island from all sides: from Spanish «el viento» - wind, and «fuerte» - strong. The shoreline of Fuerteventura is 340 km. About 100 km of which are occupied by the beaches with light fine sand, the best on the Canary islands.

The island offers a quiet and secluded beach holidays, famous across Europe, and are particularly popular among Germans. Fuerteventura has dozens of beaches in total, but the most preferred ones are Playa Sotavento and Playa Corralejo.
Lobos island. Located only 2 km to the north-east of Corralejo, Lobos island is a tiny island, the Nature Reserve covering an area of 6 square km. Lobos attracts tourists with its comfortable sand coves and untouched beaches, which are reached by boat from the port of Corralejo. They arrive here in the morning, spend the whole day and the ship takes them back to Fuerteventura.
Mallorca is the largest island of Spain, with 555 km of the coastal length. There are 76 free beaches on the island, 22 of them were awarded "Blue Flag".
Menorca island. The best beaches of Menorca are located in the deltas of dried rivers and streams.
Ibiza. Ibiza is a particular island famous for its club culture beaches. Ibiza is the island party and the most fashionable European beach destination, featuring some of its specific atmosphere and unique megaclubs, which are considered to be the best in the world.
Formentera island. Its the smallest and most southern island of Balearic archipelago. Formentera has a relatively small number of tourists that makes is a calm and quiet place compared to the other islands of the region.
Costa Brava, without a doubt, is one of the most scenic places in Spain. Located on the northern coast of Catalonia, it stretches from the French border to the town of Blanes. From a geographical point of view, Spain is one of the most interesting countries in Europe. Each of its region is beautiful and unique. One of the best beach corners of the country is Costa Brava. Mighty steep mountains stretch for 80 miles along the coast with picturesque sandy beaches, which are securely protected from the winds by giant rocks, the slopes are covered with pine and olive groves.
Costa del Maresme is a beach resort area, which is part of the coast of Catalonia. Costa del Maresme is a continuation of Costa Brava and extends up to Barcelona. This area is famous for its picturesque beaches with silver sand. The unique geographical location of the Costa del Maresme, surrounded by mountain ranges from north of the Pyrenees, makes the climate mild and warm, and therefore perfect to relax any time of year.
Costa Dorada is a Mediterranean coast with golden sand, sparkling on the sun. Castelldefels beaches are located at the heart of Costa del Garraf, more than five kilometres worth of fine beaches are found there, only a few minutes away form Barcelona and its international airport. This exceptional location makes it an attractive tourist destination.
We picked only 3 best beach areas of Spanish mainland. The other popular coasts such as Costa del Azahar, Costa de Valencia, Costa Blanca, Costa Calida, Costa Tropical, Costa del Sol and Costa de la Luz will be reviewed separately, so stay tuned...
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