Spain is Europe’s number one destination for beach holidays, so to help you figure out which one would suit you best… Here’s our top 7 Spanish Beaches!
From the beautiful idyllic beaches in Tenerife and Barcelona, to the rocky coves of Menorca; the hidden explorations in Lanzarote, or maybe you’ll prefer the fun family times ahead in the Costa del Sol!?
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Spain is Europe’s number one destination for beach holidays and here are seven of our top picks.
First up is Playa de las Teresitas, our favourite beach in Tenerife. And one of the best parts is that it’s in the north of Tenerife. This means that it’s much quieter than many of the more popular beaches in the south.
Our top tip here; Bring a picnic as food & drink options are limited.
Cala en Forcat is our favourite beach in Menorca and we loved it so much for its series of small rocky bays.
Our top tip is to bring a snorkel and goggles so you can see all the fish.
Next is Playa del Papagayo right on the southernmost tip of Lanzarote. It took a bit of searching to find this one, but it was well worth the effort. There’s a small restaurant and ancient ruins at the top, then a short climb down to the beach itself.
Top tip; Stay until sunset for the best photos.
Camp de Mar in Mallorca is like most of the beaches here. However, the thing that sets it apart is La Illeta, the restaurant perched on a teeny tiny little island that’s only accessible by a footbridge.
Our top tip? Book ahead as tables are at a premium.
Burriana beach is in Nerja on the Costa del Sol, about an hour’s drive east of Malaga. It’s not as busy as some of the beaches towards Marbella, but still has plenty of facilities and activities. We love Nerja for its rugged landscapes and the fact that Burriana beach is so close to world-class caving and hiking is a real bonus for us.
Our tip; Book a John Keo guided tour for the best hiking in Nerja.
We love Maspalomas in Gran Canaria for the giant sand dunes. Being here feels like you’re lost in a vast desert, it’s really different to anything else you’ll see in the Canary Islands.
Top tip; Bring plenty of water and sunscreen. And maybe a compass.
Barcelona has everything, art, culture, sport, great food, friendly people, some unique architecture and of course, nearly 3 miles of beautiful sandy beaches.
Our top tip here is to try some of the paella. It’s the best you’ll find in the city.
So those were our top 7 beaches, for more on Spain be sure to check out our guides for all the destinations we’ve talked about in this video. And of course, don’t forget to subscribe for new content from the studio every single week.