The best beaches and coves in Andalusia

Bolonia Beach
If we like this time of year for something, it is because we can enjoy one of the great attractions of our country: the beaches. And is that Spain has nothing to envy other countries in terms of variety and quality of sand. Not even the Caribbean!

Although we can find spectacular beaches throughout our coastline, including the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands, today we want to focus on one of the autonomous communities that receives the most tourists when summer arrives. We are referring to Andalusia , which offers a truly beautiful and varied coastline. Would you like to know what, for us, are the best Andalusian beaches? Well, you just have to join us! Of course, we apologize in advance for all the beautiful sandy areas that have remained in the pipeline.

Bolonia Beach, Cádiz

Bolonia Beach1
How could it be otherwise, we are going to start our tour of the best sandy beaches in Andalusia at Playa de Bolonia, located in the municipality of Tarifa , Cádiz. Wild looking, this white sand beach is a paradise for windsurfers thanks to the strong wind that prevails in this area. We cannot tell you about this beach without mentioning the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Baelo Claudia, which are located next to the sandy area; and the Great Dune, a natural monument located in the western area.

Barrosa beach, Cádiz

Barrosa beach
We continue in Cádiz to tell you about Playa de la Barrosa, located in Chiclana de la Frontera . Despite being an urbanized and very frequented beach, it is worth visiting, since it is a wide sandy area with many services: bars, restaurants, shopping centers … The good thing is that there comes a time when the beach can be considered virgin .

Beach of the Dead, Almería

Beach of the Dead
From Cádiz we move to Almería, where we can find sandy areas as beautiful as Playa de los Muertos, which is located in the heart of Cabo de Gata . With more than a kilometer long, this beach has crystal clear water of a beautiful blue. What we like the most about this place is that it is virgin and wild, without any type of urban construction.

Monsul beach, Almería

MOnsul Beach
We continue to Cabo de Gata, Almería , to tell you about one of the most photographed beaches in the natural park. We are referring to Playa del Monsul, where some scenes from "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" were filmed, among other films and television commercials. It stands out for its fine sand, its crystalline water and the rock formations from eroded lava that surround it. Also, do not forget that it is a virgin beach.

Cala de Maro, Malaga

Cala de Maro
La Cala or Playa de Maro is located in Nerja , Malaga, and has crystal clear waters and an unbeatable environment. In addition, it is an easily accessible beach, so it is perfect for all types of people.

Valdevaqueros beach, Cádiz

Valdevaqueros Beach
We return again to the municipality of Tarifa, in Cádiz, to tell you about the spectacular Valdevaqueros beach, an immense sandy area with clean blue waters where a perfect wind blows for windsurfing . Like most of the beaches on the list, it also has a wild profile.

El Rompido Beach, Huelva

El Rompido
In the natural area of La Flecha , in Huelva, we find El Rompido, a beach nestled in a beautiful setting. Surrounded by abundant vegetation, this kilometer-long sandy area has a small anchorage area for small boats.

Beaches of Caños de Meca, Cádiz

Canos de Mecca
Finally, we want to talk to you about Caños de Meca, a district of Barbate , Cádiz, which has beautiful and varied beaches: rocky, sandy, quiet, family, nudist, party, with waves …