20 Beaches In Spain For A Pleasant & Chill Day-Out In 2024!
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Playa de Caleta, Es Pujols, Formentera, Playa del Inglés, Canary Islands, Bogatell, Barcelona, Cala Mesquida, Mallorca, Playa De Gulpiyuri Beach, Playa La Salvé, Playa de Torimbia, Asturias, Los, Muertos, Playa de Los and more.

There is a wide range of beaches in Spain, from quiet coves with pine-covered cliffs to bustling, commercialized stretches with dozens of restaurants and hotels. Some of them are beaches in the tropics, with palm trees lining the shores of pure white sand and clear blue water. Thus, you can always indulge your wanderlust on Spain's gorgeous shores. Consider europe trip packages to make the most of your beach vacation in Spain. 

To begin, Tossa de Mar is one of the paradisiacal Spain Beaches, and an ideal vacation spot for people seeking a blend of beach time, retail therapy, fine dining, and aquatic recreation. The beach of Ses Illetes is sometimes referred to as "the Caribbean in the European continent," and is well worth a visit. And if you can't wait to soak up some rays, you may go to one of Spain's best beaches known as Playa de Silencio. The magnificent coastline, which features silver sand and unique rock formations, has been designated a national monument.

Here is the list of beaches in Spain:

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01

Playa de Caleta

  • One of the nicest beaches in Cádiz is La Caleta since it captures the unique personality of the city.

  • This urban beach in Caleta Port in Vélez-Málaga boasts dark sand and a marina for fishing and other water sports, which makes it a unique location. 

  • It's also loaded with conveniences, making it a top pick for relaxing beachside.

  • When it gets dark, groups of cafeteros travel to the beach with chairs and folding tables to set up bingo or card games with their neighbors, friends, and relatives.

  • You can spend the day here soaking up the sun and swimming.

  • The onset of pleasant weather has given Playa de Caleta a welcoming atmosphere from dawn onward. Most tourists participate in a communal picnic by bringing their own food and beverages.

02

Es Pujols, Formentera

  • Es Pujols has transformed from a sleepy fishing village into a bustling tourist hub, complete with numerous eateries and watering holes. 

  • It is one of the Spain Beaches that, unlike many others, has managed to keep its easy going character. 

  • Take some time to unwind on a beautiful beach with a clear, blue sea. Experience the lively nightlife of a Spanish "marcha" (nightlife).

  • Es Pujols' crescent-shaped beaches make for stunning backdrops in panoramic photographs. 

  • Small rocky islands dot the otherwise pristine ocean and provide shelter from the wind and waves.

  • Take a dip in the crystal clear water of the Mediterranean and stretch out on the soft, white sand. 

  • Hire a sunbed at the beach and an umbrella if you don't want to bring your own.

  • Spend time at the beach and later take a trip along the seafront promenade that is paved and lined with shops, cafes, and bars. 

  • Make time to experience the vibrant nightlife of this picturesque Formentera village.

03

Playa del Inglés, Canary Islands

  • One of the most well-known beaches in Spain’s Gran Canaria  is the Playa del Inglés beach. 

  • It is almost three kilometers long, has calm waters, and golden sand in the south of Gran Canaria.

  • You can drop by Playa del Inglés resort and the Maspalomas lighthouse, both located south of the expansive Playa del Inglés beach. 

  • Numerous lodging options and family-friendly amenities, including food stalls, restrooms, showers, and parasol rentals, can be found at its northernmost point.

  • The beach becomes more untamed as you move closer to the lighthouse, surfing locations.

  • You can play sports like volleyball and beach football along the beach in the service areas that are located there.

    Location: 
    Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands

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04

Bogatell, Barcelona

  • Hang out at Bogatell Beach just like locals, in one of the public man-made Spain Beaches created for the 1992 Olympics.  

  • Bogatell Beach is opposite the hip Poblenou neighborhood, which offers a wide variety of shops, cultural activities, and exciting entertainment venues.

  • This well-liked beach is well-known for its laid-back vibe, family-friendly features, and cafés by the water. 

  • Go for a sunset stroll or relax with a few cocktails on the sand for 15 minutes to three hours; Bogatell Beach is perfect for both.

  • Visit one of the many tapas bars and try some of the beachside fare, since the area boasts miles of untamed coastline and a plethora of beachside shacks.

  • Take advantage of the swimming, windsurfing, and kitesurfing sessions.

    Location: Between Nova Icaria and MarBella beaches

05

Cala Mesquida, Mallorca

  • Cala Mesquida is a beautiful cove in a large bay with impressive rock formations on all sides.

  • This is one of the beaches in Spain that extends for about 350 meters, with bright, fine-grained sand which extends deep into the land, and crystal-clear water in a beautiful shade of turquoise.

  • Those who visit the beach can rent sunshades and chaise lounges to protect themselves from the sun.

  • Double luxury sun loungers are available for rent toward the beach's rear, near the restaurant.

  • There's plenty of room for the kids to run around on the beach, but the waves get pretty big when it's windy.

  • Enjoy a leisurely ride on the water's surface and a good workout by renting water bikes at the beach.

    Location: Mallorca’s northeast near Capdepera and Arta

06

Playa De Gulpiyuri Beach

  • The stunning beauty of Playa De Gulpiyuri, one of the beaches in Spain, makes every ecotourist wonder about the process that led to the construction of this unique beach.

  • Though it's only approximately 140 feet long, Playa de Gulpiyuri Beach is well-known for its gorgeous golden sand, vigorous coastal waves, and peaceful atmosphere.

  • During the Ice Age, the sea began to slowly work its way through the caves and rocks, eventually creating this little oasis that is inland from the water.

  • A green clearing was created as saltwater poured into the vortex via a complex network of underground tunnels.

  • The constant flow of ocean water from Biscay Bay is what keeps this little slice of paradise thriving.

  • Playa de Gulpiyuri Beach, for its incomparable beauty and rarity, is today recognised as a natural monument and hailed by tourists as a natural phenomenon.

07

Playa La Salvé

  • Travel to one of the safest beaches in Spain, that is known for its gentle beach currents, and calm waters.

  • Playa La Salvé, which is formed like a shell and is 4,250 meters in length, is located in a large bay that is protected by Monte Buciero.

  • Because it is the meeting place of the fresh water carried by the Asón River and the salt water brought in by the tides, this beach has a significant role in the history and development of the Asón River estuary.

  • A few of the facilities you'll find on the beach are lifeguard towers, changing rooms , ice cream and refreshments stalls, Recycling Points, and recreation areas (Leisure and Play Areas).

    Location: 39770 Laredo, Cantabria, Spain

08

Playa de Torimbia, Asturias

  • Visit Torimbia, one of the stunning beaches in Spain, 9 km west of Llanes crescent of golden-blonde beauty surrounded by rocky cliffs and a bowl of green hills.

  • Admire the soft mountains, ferns, sea moss, seagulls, and verdant vegetation all the way to the water's edge.

  •  If the weather permits, you can strip down on the sand and then frolic, walk, and swim in the tranquil waters.

  • Stay until the sunset, and as the sun dips below the horizon and creates an orange trail of light in the ocean

  • Stroll toward the sea and experience a sense of solitude, joy, and wholeness.

    Location
    : Llanes Northern Spain

09

Los, Muertos

  • This is one of Spain's best beaches that has been designated as a high-priority conservation area because it is located inside the Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park.

  • Clear, calm water of the beach makes for excellent snorkeling. 

  • There are usually only a few waves to contend with, but when the winds pick up, it becomes extremely perilous to go swimming.

  • The best way to see some of these sites is to take a stroll along the beautiful coastal walks, which are the perfect complement to a trip to the beach.

  • Peón Cortado and Cala de las Salinicas are two further charming coves that lie just beyond Playa de los Muertos.

    Location: Almería, Spain

10

Playa de Los Atunes

  • Almost all the way from the heart of Zahara de los Atunes to the end of the peninsula at the Cabo de Gracia is a stretch of sand known as the Playa de Zahara de los Atunes.

  • There are five kilometers of beachfront that stretch perpendicular to a sea of pristine seas with hints of blue.

  • This is one of Spain's best beaches that stretches 100 meters in width and is covered with fine, golden sand, with various movable dunes.

  • Water sports enthusiasts who enjoy diving and windsurfing also highly prize this beach.

  • There is a wide variety of places to stay, so you can spend the night there if you like.

    Location: On the Costa de la Luz in Cadiz, Andalusia

11

La Playa de la Victoria, Cadiz

  • The best place to swim or wade is at La Playa de la Victoria, one of the popular beaches in Spain that stretches for about a mile and a half and features gentle waves.

  • Hire paddle boats, sun loungers, and beach umbrellas along the promenade that parallels this stretch of golden sand.

  • Participate in beach volleyball and other local sports like soccer and rugby.

  • Take a stroll down the Paseo Martimo, a long boulevard that parallels the coastline and is adorned with palm trees.

  • Take a stroll out onto the boardwalk as the sun sets and the sky begins to darken.

  • Admire the sidewalk illuminated by street lamps and restaurant lights, creating a lively ambiance.

    Location: Located between Santa María del Mar and Cortadura beaches.

12

Playa de As Catedrais, Galicia

  • Discover some of the most breathtaking rock formations in the world at Playa de As Catedrais in Ribadeo.

  • This amazing landmark may be found in Galicia, northwest Spain, and goes by the names "Holy Waters Beach" and "As Catedrais."

  • See the raw power of nature at work at the Beach of the Cathedrals, and it's a sight to behold.

  • Visit this spectacular coastline dotted with arches and caverns, repeatedly immersed in and exposed by the Atlantic Ocean tides in a live display.

  • Admire the sand-paved aisles and chapels of these churches, sculpted out by the Cantabrian Sea's waves.

    Location: Along the "Cantabrian rasa's" western border on Spain's Galician coast

13

Playa de Silencio, Asturias

  • Visit one of the most stunning Spain Beaches, Silencio, which is a lengthy cove with silver sand and a natural rock amphitheater behind it.

  • Get the classic shot of the beach below with the cliffs and boulders protruding into the water, from up high on the cliff.

  • Drive to the location, but to obtain the best possible shot, you'll need to walk the final few minutes to the lookout.

  • Watercolor seascapes of these brown rocks and blue water are practically begging to be posted online and shared with friends and family.

  • Despite its remote location, the beach is fascinating from a geological perspective.

  • It's no surprise that this stretch of shoreline remains preserved because the towering cliffs' rocky surfaces so vividly reveal the effects of marine erosion.

    Location: Village of Castañeras, in the municipality of Cudillero, Western coast of Asturias, Spain

14

Platja de Ses Salines

  • Visit Platja de Ses Salines, one of Ibiza's top beaches which is a beautiful stretch of white sand with crystal-clear water. 

  • Try body-surfing as breakers appear in the clear water on windy days, making it ideal to try the sport. 

  • Board one of the small catamarans are parked on the sand near the southernmost portion of the beach.

  • Make your way towards the pirate tower, passing a number of well-liked bars and eateries whose fine cuisine, alluring crowd, and stunning surroundings impress you beyond measure. 

  • Give in to the bars’ great music selections, including dance and balearic sounds, which can be heard all the way down on the beach. 

  • Sample food and drinks from the eateries while grooving to the music. 

    Location
    : Southern end of Ibiza, Balearic Islands.

15

Calo Des Mort, Formentera

  • Visit the southernmost point of Formentera Island which has a gem called Calo Des Mort, well worth seeing if you're looking for pristine Mediterranean scenery.

  • This remote beach's slender stretch of sand is gently bent into the shape of a crescent and shielded from the winds by lovely cliffs. 

  • The lovely coastlines are gently washed by crystal pure waves.

  •  The bay's shallow, sandy bottom seems to have been designed for casual swimming.

  • The coastal environment is defined by two wooden huts used by fisherman to store their fishing gear. 

  • Handmade scaffolds that fall to the water from each of them make it simple to launch small boats. 

  • Fishing and boating excursions along the coast are additional activities available to tourists.

    Location: Formentera’s south, between the Migjorn and Es Ram beaches, near the Urbanización Maryland

16

Las Arenas Beach, Valencia

  • Come and enjoy Las Arenas Beach, one of the most well-known beaches in Spain’s Valencia.

  • Las Arenas is a great area to take young children because of the lengthy sandbank that runs along the beach.

  • During the months of June through September, when the water temperature reaches an inviting 25 degrees Celsius, many families with children of varying ages flock there.

  • Playgrounds, volleyball courts, drinking fountains, first aid stations, showers, and restrooms may all be found in Las Arenas.

  • The ability to bring pets into the region is an undeniable perk of Las Arenas.

  • Tourists who come to Las Arenas typically enjoy sunbathing on the scorching sand, playing active land and water games, or all three. 

  • Divers and kitesurfers can be seen just a few dozen meters off the coast.

    Location: Between the Marina Juan Carlos I and the Malvarrosa beach

17

Playa Los Lances

  • Los Lances is one of the popular beaches in Spain for surfers from all over the world due to its large size and stunning beauty among the fine white sand beaches that are characteristic of the Tarifa region.

  • A haven for kitesurfers from all over Europe, this beach stretches on forever and has an unlimited supply of golden sand. 

  • There are usually plenty of people at the beach, regardless of the season, because the waves are great year-round. 

  • There are a number of surfing schools where you may arrange private lessons with experienced instructors. 

  • Wind sports such as windsurfing are just one of several available wind-based activities, alongside whale and dolphin-watching cruises.

  • You can get a wide variety of meals and drinks at any of the hip beachside bars and restaurants.

    Location: Atlantic side of the Strait of Gibraltar in Tarifa

18

La Concha

  • Concha Bay is the most well-known landmark in San Sebastian. 

  • It is the city's quintessential landmark, and with good reason. 

  • The "shell beach" is widely considered to be one of the most picturesque urban shorelines and beaches in Spain. 

  • It is almost a kilometer long,  and attracts a diverse audience of locals and tourists alike in search of relief from the warm weather brought on by the Cantabric Sea. 

  • Given its sheltered bay setting, the bay's waters are always pleasant and suitable for swimming.

  • You can sunbathe and swim, but don't forget to take a stroll down the magnificent promenade, lined with opulent coastal houses and punctuated by several notable components, like the Concha fence, the lamp posts and "los relojes" ("the clocks," major gateway to the beach).

    Location: La Oliva, Spain

19

Cala de Algaiarens

  • The Playas de Algaiarens are a great example of Menorca's renowned beautiful coastline and pristine beaches.

  • The beach, a beautiful expanse of white sand, is peaceful and serene despite its breathtaking surroundings.

  • Relax on your blanket in the powdery sand, bask in the gentle Mediterranean sun, and take in the unspoiled scenery because there are no sun loungers or parasols to get in the way.

  • The water is so pure that swimming and snorkeling are both enjoyable even on the hottest days. It's a great place to bring the kids because the beach dips quite softly.

    Location: On the north western side of Menorca

20

Playa de Illetes

  • The Playa de Ses Illetes, with its fine white sand and ethereally clear blue waters, is the greatest of the many lovely Spain Beaches that surround this untainted island.

  • At Playa Illetes, you'll feel momentarily transported from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean.

  • Upon arrival you will quickly realize why this beach was named the top beach in the world and the best beach in Europe.

  • The six islets immediately off the coast that offer additional protection from the waves of the Mediterranean are where the name of the beach derives from.

  • Ses Illetes is a relatively tiny beach that can get crowded during the height of the season.

    Location: Formentera, Spain

People Also Ask About Spain

  1. Which are the best beaches in Barcelona?

    Ocata Beach: Ocata is one of the beaches in Spain just 30 minutes from Barcelona, which has miles of soft, golden sand and crystal clear water. Since it is more peaceful than most of the beaches in the area, it is ideal for a relaxing vacation.

    Castelldefels: Castelldefels is yet another one of the fantastic Spain Beaches that you must visit. The beach has designated kid-friendly areas, as well as a toy library, making it a great destination for families.

    Sitges’ Beach: Sitges, located about 35 kilometers southwest of Barcelona, is a paradise for those who enjoy the beach. You should check out the lively beaches here, which are perfect for families and have a wide variety of excellent restaurants and entertainment alternatives.

  2. What are the best water sports to try at beaches in Spain?

    Windsurfing: Popular water sport in the south of Spain includes windsurfing. Even though Tarifa is in the south of the country, it is one of the best places in Spain to go windsurfing because of its proximity to the country's northern coastline.

    Water skiing: The opportunities to go water skiing in Spain are plentiful. This popular pastime may be had all around the world, but the Balearic Islands are where you'll find the best conditions for water skiing in Spain. The eastern shores of La Manga, Costa Brava, and Costa Dorada are all great spots for waterskiing.

    Scuba Diving: Try some of the best scuba diving in the world in Costa Tropical, Costa de Almeria, or the Balearic Islands. These are all world-famous, picture-perfect destinations in Spain where you can have a blast.

    Kayaking: Kayaking is one of the top water activities in Spain, and you shouldn't miss it if you want to combine sightseeing with some adrenaline-pumping action. Not only can you enjoy the water sports to the fullest, but you can also take in the stunning scenery as you float down the inland rivers.
  3. Which are the best Spanish beaches to visit with friends?

    Tossa De Mar: Tossa de Mar Beach is awe-inspiring for many reasons: its natural beauty, favorable weather, abundance of contemporary comforts, and variety of attractions. Travelers from all over the world hope to one day visit this beach because it provides the perfect setting for a relaxing getaway.

    Bogatell: Bogatell Beach is a favorite among locals and permanent inhabitants, but it is far less used by tourists than Barcelona Beach. People of all ages can be found lounging on the sand and swimming in the clear waters of this beach.

    Cala Mesquida, Mallorca: Cala Mesquida, in Mallorca's northeast, is a stunning beach that has become a vacation highlight for many middle-aged visitors. The 300-meter long and 100-meter deep sand line is a beautiful addition to the local scenery and gives tourists a sense of freedom in the midst of the vast, wild nature.
  4. What is Spain famous for?

    Spain is a stunning Mediterranean nation known for its mouthwatering foods, breathtaking natural beauty, friendly locals, and extensive bizarre shoreline. Tourists with a strong passion for wine and gastronomy frequently visit some of Spain's top tourist destinations.
  5. What is the best time to visit beaches in Spain?

    The ideal time to visit Spain Beaches is between May and early to mid-October. This is the best season to visit Spain for a beach vacation, as the weather is pleasant and the water is a comfortable temperature for swimming.
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Chinese Renminbi Yuan
COP - $
Colombian Peso
CRC -
Costa Rican Colón
CZK -
Czech Koruna
DKK - kr.
Danish Krone
DOP - $
Dominican Peso
DZD - د.ج
Algerian Dinar
EGP - ج.م
Egyptian Pound
ETB - Br
Ethiopian Birr
FJD - $
Fijian Dollar
GHS -
Ghanaian Cedi
GIP - £
Gibraltar Pound
GMD - D
Gambian Dalasi
GTQ - Q
Guatemalan Quetzal
GYD - $
Guyanese Dollar
HKD - $
Hong Kong Dollar
HNL - L
Honduran Lempira
HRK - kn
Croatian Kuna
HTG - G
Haitian Gourde
HUF - Ft
Hungarian Forint
IDR - Rp
Indonesian Rupiah
ILS -
Israeli New Sheqel
JMD - $
Jamaican Dollar
KES - KSh
Kenyan Shilling
KGS - som
Kyrgyzstani Som
KHR -
Cambodian Riel
KYD - $
Cayman Islands Dollar
KZT -
Kazakhstani Tenge
LAK -
Lao Kip
LBP - ل.ل
Lebanese Pound
LKR -
Sri Lankan Rupee
LRD - $
Liberian Dollar
LSL - L
Lesotho Loti
MAD - د.م.
Moroccan Dirham
MDL - L
Moldovan Leu
MKD - ден
Macedonian Denar
MMK - K
Myanmar Kyat
MNT -
Mongolian Tögrög
MOP - P
Macanese Pataca
MUR -
Mauritian Rupee
MVR - MVR
Maldivian Rufiyaa
MWK - MK
Malawian Kwacha
MXN - $
Mexican Peso
MYR - RM
Malaysian Ringgit
NAD - $
Namibian Dollar
NIO - C$
Nicaraguan Córdoba
NOK - kr
Norwegian Krone
NPR - Rs.
Nepalese Rupee
NZD - $
New Zealand Dollar
PEN - S/
Peruvian Sol
PGK - K
Papua New Guinean Kina
PHP -
Philippine Peso
PKR -
Pakistani Rupee
QAR - ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
RUB -
Russian Ruble
SAR - ر.س
Saudi Riyal
SCR -
Seychellois Rupee
SEK - kr
Swedish Krona
SLL - Le
Sierra Leonean Leone
SOS - Sh
Somali Shilling
SVC -
Salvadoran Colón
SZL - E
Swazi Lilangeni
THB - ฿
Thai Baht
TTD - $
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
TZS - Sh
Tanzanian Shilling
UYU - $U
Uruguayan Peso
UZS - so'm
Uzbekistan Som
YER -
Yemeni Rial
ZAR - R
South African Rand
JPY - ¥
Japanese Yen
VND -
Vietnamese dong