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Top Most Attraction Of spanish Beaches (Video)


Many vacationers traveling to Spain is to see the country’s major sites in cities like Barcelona, Madrid and Seville. But for scores of other travelers, Spain’s spectacular beaches are the primary vacation draw. With hundreds of miles of coastline available, visitors can choose to sunbathe on urban beaches pulsing with people or unwind along isolated swaths of silky sand.

Illas Cies
Ria de Vigo, Galicia
Known to locals as the “Galician Caribbean,” the striking Illas Cíes are a trio of pristine islands in Spain’s northwest region of Galicia. The 3 islands lie partially exposed to the battering waves of the Atlantic Ocean, while their other sides face the Ria de Vigo, a tranquil estuary, and remains blissfully protected.

The Cíes can be reached by ferry from the town of Vigo and visitors should head to the 2 main isles, Illa do Monte Ayudo and Illa do Faro. These islands are connected by Rodas Beach, a sliver of sand embracing a sheltered lagoon.

Rodas Beach is arguably Spain’s prettiest, and its sparkling blue water and powder-white sands draw scores of tourists daily. Despite their popularity, the islands remain delightfully undeveloped — thanks to their designation as a nature preserve. Still, visitors will find a smattering of beach bars, a campground (reservations are required), a basic market and restaurant.

The beautiful beach of El Bajondillo is iconic Costa del Sol. The soft sand meanders along the Mediterranean and is very close to the city of Malaga. Along the beach promenade are numerous beach bars and restaurants, amenities that are missing at some of Costa del Sol’s more rocky beaches. The specialty of the area is pesca’to, or small fried fish. It’s served at most restaurants lining the picturesque sandy stretch.

La Carihuela is a stretch of beach along the Torremolinos municipality. Arrive early to claim your spot and wait for the village to slowly wake up, with cafes and shops opening around 11 a.m. La Carihuela is known for its cleanliness and comfy sunshade beds. When hungry, head to the chiringuitos, beach restaurants serving fresh Mediterranean seafood. The promenade hugging the beach connects to the Port of Benalmadena, where lively nightlife, stylish boutiques and delicious restaurants can be found.
List Of Best Beaches in Spain:

  • PLAYA DE MAZAGON, HUELVA. BEST FOR: Sunworshippers. …
  • BENICASSIM, COSTA AZAHAR. BEST FOR: Music fans. …
  • TORREMOLINOS, COSTA DEL SOL. BEST FOR: Bucket and spade fun. …
  • LA CONCHA, SAN SEBASTIAN. BEST FOR: City slickers. …
  • CALA LLENYA, IBIZA. BEST FOR: Families. …
  • ES TRENC, MALLORCA. BEST FOR: Wave action. …
  • LA BARROSA, CADIZ. …
  • GENOVESES, ALMERIA.

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