Many people from overseas countries like to visit the beaches in Spain to get a feel of it. Spain beaches are more high class and cleaner than other countries. If your dream is to have a luxury beach vacation, you should visit Spain beaches. The following are the 4 best vacation spots for Spain beach holiday goers.
- Playa de Ses Illetes
Playa de Ses Illetes is a crescent shape bay with fine white sands and turquoise water in Formentera, Spain. The beach can get overcrowded with the towels covering the entire place without any space left. It gets hot in the afternoon and there aren’t many shades so make sure you bring your own umbrella. The water is crystal clear and shallow for a long distance. You will see crabs and jellyfishes while swimming in the shallow water. On the beach, you will meet with vendors selling fruits like coconut and pineapples. There are several paid car parks around but it can be quite some distance to walk to the beach from the car park.
- Playa de Muro
Playa de Muro is a 6 km long beach golden sand with turquoise water on the Balearic Islands, in the north of Mallorca, Spain. It is one of the best vacations spots in Spain as it offersa clean beach with shallow water and calm waves. However, the shallow water is often teemed with small and large jelly fishes that sting so you must be careful when swimming. You can only swim in green flag areas. Lifeguards are on duty at Playa de Muro. You can hire a paddle board from local vendors if you want to go paddle boarding. There are plenty of fruits and beverage sellers at the beach. At the pier, you can also hire a boat to go to nearby places.
- Playa de las Canteras
Playa de las Canteras is a stretch of 2 km long golden sandy beach in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain. The water is calm and shallow throughout the year. There is an offshore lava reef system about 400m away from the shore. The reef acts as a wavebreak and also as a shelter for many varieties of marine lives. Snorkeling equipment can be rented at a budget price. It offers a range of facilities including restaurant, cafes, changing rooms, toilets, shower rooms, and car parks. It is a clean beach with no partying. There is a promenade where you can take a walk and enjoy the sea breeze. Pets and bicycles cannot access the promenade.
- Playa de las Catedrales
Playa de las Catedrales also known as Beach of the Holy Waters is beach on the western border of Cantabrian rasa in Ribadeo, Spain. It is thus named because there are many arch rock formations that resemble the Gothic cathedral arch. These arches become more visible in low tide. While walking along the arches, you must be careful as it can quickly become hide tide and the water will cover up the entire place. There is a limit of less than 5,000 visitors per day at the beach. Within a short distance, there is a car park, restaurant and some food stalls.