Ten Spanish beaches not to be missed

Spain has a magnificent coastline in which it is difficult not to find an enclave of great beauty for vacations or to live a time of rest or to enjoy it in a different way. The truth is that the country is a benchmark in coves and beaches , often being difficult to choose the most suitable destination. To help make the decision, here we are going to propose ten beaches that should be visited at least once in a lifetime. Reasons are not lacking and there are some that are very unique and striking, but they all have in common the fact of being a top destination. In addition, there are proposals for both those who love the north and south of the country or prefer more Mediterranean landscapes.

The ten beaches

The first stop on this route of the Top 10 beaches in Spain is made in Galicia, specifically, in Ribadeo, in the province of Lugo, where the Catedrales beach is located, which is the popular or better known name of the beach. of the Holy Waters.

This beach is one of the most visited places in the Galician community because it is very attractive to see how the sea has been sculpting a natural rocky monument, characterized by arches and caves. This makes this beach have a somewhat special and striking shape, which captivates all the people who visit it.

The next beach is Barceloneta , in the Catalan town of Barcelona. It is a beach 422 meters long and is one of the oldest in the city. In addition, it is usually very crowded. It is a highly recommended urban beach since it has its own charm, apart from having all the services that are needed such as sun loungers and umbrellas, restaurants, bike rental and even WiFi, among others.

Another of the beaches that is part of this ranking is in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. It is Las Canteras beach , which is also an urban beach, which has the attraction that it enjoys good temperatures throughout the year and its sand is fine. It is approximately three kilometers long, which allows you to walk. It is also a good choice for sports such as surfing for its waves, as well as for resting.

Already in Llanes, in Asturias, there is the Gulpiyuri beach , which was declared a natural monument on December 26, 2001. It is a small inland beach, since it has no direct access to the sea. The waves pass through a cave. Without a doubt, a particularity that draws a lot of attention.

In Andalusia there is also the Playa de Bolonia , in Tarifa, province of Cádiz. It stands out for being practically wild with about four kilometers long and 70 meters wide. Characteristics are in turn the dunes of fine white sand and the crystal clear water.

In the Galician town of Vigo is Samil Beach , which is one of the most popular in the Rías Baixas and one of the most visited, since it has all the comforts and services to enjoy a good day at the beach.

Again in the south, in Andalusia, the next beach that is within this ranking is Playa de los Muertos , in Carboneras (Almería). With just over a kilometer in length, this beach is one of the most special in Cabo de Gata and in Spain. Not for nothing has the bluest and most crystalline water in this area.

Of course, in the ranking could not miss the island of Formentera with Ses Illetes , which is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Reasons are not lacking. Its crystal clear turquoise waters and white sand have earned it and continue to earn it numerous awards.

And, finally, there is Cala la Granadella in Jávea (Alicante), which has transparent waters and whose capacity is limited because it is only 160 meters long, as well as La Concha beach , in Sebastián, which is characterized by being a bay shell-shaped.