Spain is one of the most beautiful countries on the planet, no doubt, and when you are trying to decide where to go when travelling to Spain, if you are looking for incredible beaches; this is the list that will help make those decisions for you. Here are 5 of the best beaches in Spain.
- Langre, Cantabria
Hidden amongst the serene, rural country of the Costa Trasmiera, Langre, lie some implausibly beautiful and secluded beaches. It’s a very good surfing spot, and the picturesque surrounds of boundless green fields that join vertical limestone cliffs that lead down to the golden arcs of sand are an absolute vision. Originally a nudist favourite thanks to its isolation, its exclusivity is as good a reason to visit as its amazing beauty.
- Costa Calma, Fuerteventura
Fuerteventura is a delightful destination for everyone with its everlasting beaches and features a great surfing, windsurfing and kiteboarding scene, as well as being very popular for cycling and diving. There are plenty of hotel options available here, and both small and large ones are available on the coast and inland.
The exquisite cliff edged eastern coastline of Asturias brags some of the most gorgeous beaches in Spain. Underneath the Picos de Europa, remote golden curves, rocky bays, quaint and serene beach towns and a lively surf scene offers direct accessibility from both the sea and mountains.
- Playa del Inglés, Gran Canaria
Seven magnificent miles of ingratiating beaches transform into sand dunes of Maspalomas at the southern end of Playa del Inglés. The dunes have been a drawcard since the 1960s, and in 2012 one of the resort’s original hotels located behind the beach was renovated to create Bohemia Suites & Spa which features a rooftop restaurant with panoramic views over the dunes.
- West Coast Cantabria
West Coast Cantabria’s beaches lie within protected natural park land, which deliver the most pristine beaches in Spain. There is a whole 50 miles of coastline that is accessible through parklands and farms, but the beaches between Comillas and San Vicente de la Barquera are unbeatable.