Best Beaches in Spain

breathtaking and magnificent views that include wilderness and golden sand

With more than 5,000 miles (8,000 km) of coastline, Spain is blessed with an endless array of magnificent beaches. We will be heading to Costa Brava, Costa Dorada, Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca, sharing everything with you including maps to easily plan your Best Beaches in Spain route. Get your sunglasses, water bottle and suntan lotion ready as some of these beaches are clothing-optional!

Spain has something for every beach bum, from the breathtaking wilderness of Cabo de Gata to celebrity-packed beach clubs of Ibiza or Marbella.

Apart from the beautiful beaches, Spain has the privilege of leading the world ranking (and has done so since 1987) with 615 Blue Flag beaches in 2021. The quality of Spain’s beaches and ports continues to grow year after year and this summer, Spain has earned 25 new Blue Flags on its beaches.

With so many strips of sand to choose from, you may feel overwhelmed with how to choose. To help you, we’ve broken things down essential Spanish beaches for your bucket (and shovel) list. cool

Best Beaches in Spain | Costa Blanca

Best Beaches in Spain | Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca (aka White Coast) is the name of the 200 km long coastline of the province of Alicante. Here, you will find wide sandy beaches as well as small coves and beautiful landscapes with palm groves, wetlands and several nature parks. The climate is fantastic,...

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Best Beaches in Spain | Costa Dorada

Best Beaches in Spain | Costa Dorada

Located on the north east coast of Spain, Costa Dorada aka “The Golden Coast” is known for its beaches of fine golden sand, pristine waters and breathtaking natural landscapes. Although it’s not as well known as the Costa del Sol or the Costa Brava, this stunning...

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Best Beaches in Spain | Costa Brava

Best Beaches in Spain | Costa Brava

They call it the ‘rugged, wild coast’ in Spanish. Costa Brava is certainly spectacular. The beautiful coastline stretches from Blanes to the south and the French border to the north. Further south is the Golden Coast (Costa Dorada).Costa Brava offers a combination of...

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