What Beaches Should Be Visited in Spain?

Costa Brava

Cala Pola

Surrounded by rocks and pines, Cala Pola, near Tossa de Mar, is a haven for divers thanks to its crystal-clear turquoise waters and rich flora and fauna. You don't have to venture far into the water for it to get deep and the waves on here are moderate in size. The charming bay also offers golden sand and services such as showers, a chiringuito and a restaurant. A highlight of this beach are the round trips provided to the bays and caves on glass bottom boats, where you can marvel at the marine life. If you are staying at one of the holiday homes in Tossa de Mar, you are just a stone's throw from this dreamy beach.

Platja de Aiguablava

In the village of Begur, you will find Platja de Aiguablava - a true oasis of relaxation with fine white sand and turquoise waters. The shoreline has shallow water and calm waves, which makes it very popular for families with children. Despite the wide range of services and facilities, the beach seems untouched. In addition to the well-developed barrier-free access, Platja de Aiguablava offers many different ways to enjoy water sports. There is a car park near the beach, where you have to pay in the summer. Stay in one of the holiday apartments of Begur and enjoy an unforgettable beach holiday in Spain and discover more information about the most beautiful beaches on the Costa Brava.

Formentera

Platja de Ses Illetes

Platja de Ses Illetes has been named as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The turquoise water and pearly white sand give the impression that you are in the Caribbean. The water is so clear due to the amount of Posidonia Oceanica - a seagrass species endemic to the Mediterranean sea, this spot has established itself as a worldwide diver's paradise. It is not only visited by locals and tourists, but also a popular mooring location for people with luxury yachts. The prices in the surrounding restaurants and Chiringuitos are higher than others in the area.

In addition to the rental of umbrellas and sunbeds, there are a number of water sports activities available on Platja de Ses Illetes. Lifeguards always keep an eye on the bathers. Due to the dune protection project, access is only possible via a wooden pier and cars are not allowed. Barrier-free access to the beach is available from the Cavalld'en Borràs area.

Platja d'es Pujols

The area surrounding Es Pujols beach is the main tourist location on the island of Formentera. Despite many hotels, shops and restaurants along the beach promenade, the resort retains its charm thanks to the small fisherman's cabins and boats as well as a hippie market. The beach shines with fine sand and turquoise clear water. People with limited mobility have easy access to this beach via ramps that reach into the water. You can rent umbrellas and sunbeds, and there is also a water sports centre and a surfing school at Es Pujols.

Mallorca

Platja de Muro

In the northeast of Mallorca and in the southern part of Alcudia Bay is Platja de Muro. The fine, bright sandy beach and the flat, clear waters with a moderate swell create a true Caribbean flair in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. The beach is well developed touristically, there are countless bars, restaurants, shops and hotels on the beach promenade as well as Chiringuitos on the beach.

In addition, the rental of umbrellas and sunbeds is possible. The dunes and pine trees offer a stunning sense of nature. Majorca's beaches are popular for watersports and Platja de Muro will not disappoint. To be located just a stone's throw from this beach, rent a holiday apartment in Alcudia.

Platja des Trenc

Es Trenc beach is one of the most famous beaches in Spain, and one of Mallorca's most beautiful beaches. Laying between Sant Jordi and Sa Ràpita on the south coast, it is a fine white sandy beach and has crystal clear waters synonymous with beaches in the Caribbean. The water here is also very shallow, free from strong currents, therefore perfect for families with children. Both the beach and the surrounding land is protected.

To the east of the beach, you will find chiringuitos, umbrellas and sunbeds as well as a wide range of water sports and leisure activities. The western part it is quieter - many locals come here and in some parts are for naturists. Barrier-free access is available via Ses Covetes.

Menorca

Platja de Son Bou

The most extensive stretch in Menorca is Platja de Son Bou. The western side of the beach is bordered by a protected dune system. Not only does the beach have numerous tourist service facilities, but offers fine, white sandy beach with crystal-clear water, make Son Bou very popular. Due to the high proportion of seagrass meadows, the water quality is outstanding.

Cala Turqueta

In the south of the island, is the untouched bay of Cala Turqueta, one of the most beautiful beaches in Menorca. Surrounded by pine trees, it has fine white sand, crystal clear, shallow waters and the best spot for sunsets. There are no restaurants, kiosks or bars, but there is a small bar and toilets in the car park, which is about a 10-minute walk away. There are no water sports activities available here but Cala Turqueta is ideal for diving and lifeguards ensure the safety of bathers. To have an unforgettable beach holiday in Spain, rent a holiday home Menorca.