Small, pretty and hidden between cliffs they are bathed by some of the most turquoise waters you’ll ever see.
10 beaches and coves in Spain that you should visit next summer
When the days begin to get shorter, the mercury slowly descends on the thermometer and the leaves begin to fall from the trees … it means the time has come to say goodbye to the summer. It´s true that farewells are always hard, but this is just the beginning of the countdown of a few months to bring back the swimsuits and flip-flops.
In case you’re already thinking about that moment and you can’t avoid imagining your next holidays by the sea, we have prepared for you a list with the beaches that you won’t want to miss next year. Start dreaming about it already!
Beach of La Concha, in San Sebastian
The highlight of the city and one of the best-rated beaches in northern Spain. It boasts golden sand, clean water, waves for surfing and a beautiful promenade to enjoy long walks.
Calò des Moro, in Mallorca
One of the most popular coves on the island, mainly due to its wild beauty. The fine white sand, the turquoise water … there are no words to describe it. It’s best to go see it in person, although getting there won’t be easy.
Beach Las Canteras, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
It´s one of the favorite beaches of diving lovers thanks to its natural barrier reef. This serves as a barrier against the strong currents of the Atlantic and also as home to thousands of species of fish.
Macarella and Macarelleta, in Menorca
These are two sibling beaches that are next to each other, so you should visit them both. They are the representation of the idyllic coves of Menorca with crystalline waters and large cliffs surrounding them. The only bad thing: you’ll have to get there by foot.
Beach of the Cathedrals, in Ribadeo
The sea and the wind have sculpted the rocks creating amazing formations by this beautiful beach. That is why it´s one of the most beautiful in Spain. If you want to during the summer, remember that you must book online before getting there.
Playa de Muro, in Mallorca
Perfect for families traveling with children. In the beach, of more than 5 kilometers of extension, you’ll find all type of services and games to entertain to the younger ones.
Beach of Benijo, in Tenerife
Fly to Tenerife to enjoy this beach of volcanic origin that will leave you speechless. Lonely, wild, with black sand … Benijo deserves a visit. From there you can also enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets on the island.
Beach Los Locos, in Suances
The north coast is home to some of Spain’s best surfing beaches. Los Locos is one of them, with waves and winds that make surfers fall in love with it. It´s also worth mentioning that the vibe of the place is wonderful.
Beach of El Saler, in Valencia
In the Natural Park of La Albufera, nature and beautiful dunes surround the beach of El Saler. It is a quiet place, perfect for resting and enjoying the Mediterranean´s good weather.
Beach Los Genoveses, in Almeria
Almerians, despite what many think, are fortunate to have a good collection of pristine beaches. The Genoveses, in the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata, is one of them. The fine sand dunes and the bay create a spectacular landscape.
They say that trips are enjoyed three times: when you imagine them, when you live them and when you remember them. Start savoring the next summer!