Exploring Spain’s beautiful beaches from coastal charms to Mediterranean bliss

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Exploring Spain's beautiful beaches from coastal charms to Mediterranean bliss
Figueiras Beach (Praia das Figueiras) in Cies Islands (Islas Cíes), a paradisiac archipelago and Natural Reserve since 1908, off the coast of Pontevedra, in Galicia, Spain. In the year 2007, the British newspaper The Guardian chose Rodas beach, in the island of Monteagudo, as the 'most beautiful beach of the world'. (Photo by: VW PICS/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

Spain offers an array of picturesque coastal destinations from the coastal charms of the Atlantic Ocean to the tranquil Mediterranean bliss. If you’re seeking relaxation, adventure, or simply the pleasure of sun-kissed shores, you can have everything in Spain. And with the convenience of esim technology, like the reliable Holafly service, staying connected and sharing your beachside experiences has never been easier. 

Must places to visit in Spain

Cala Pedrosa, Costa Brava

Cala Pedrosa is a secluded beauty in Spain located just south of Tamariu on the Costa Brava. Surrounded by rugged rock formations and lush pine trees, this hidden gem offers a tranquil retreat from the outside world. To reach this enchanting spot, follow the scenic path from El Far de Sant Sebastia lighthouse or go for a motorboat ride with Paco Boats in Tamariu.

For an unforgettable experience, join a guided kayak trip with Kayaking Costa Brava. From May to October, don’t miss the opportunity to savor delicious fried red mullet and fresh calamari served by Senora Pepita at a charming stone beach shack. With its crystal-clear waters, Cala Pedrosa is a slice of paradise waiting for you to discover it.

Playa De Castilla, Costa De La Luz

This is the final part of he southern coast that hasn’t been built on. It’s a wild and stunning place. At Cabo de Gata the only real desert in Europe meets the sea. If you’re about ten minutes from Almeria, you can take exit 471 off the A7 road and follow the signs to San Jose. From there, you can follow the signs to Playa de los Genoveses, a beach with light-colored volcanic sand and warm water. Don’t forget to bring enough water and wear a hat to stay hydrated. Plus, you have your esim to share amazing stories from your trip here.

Cala Macarelleta, Menorc

Cala Macarelleta, nestled on the island of Menorca, is a true gem of the Balearic Islands. It’s a paradise for beach lovers with its breathtaking views and crystal-clear turquoise waters. To reach Cala Macarelleta, take a scenic 20-minute walk along the cliffs from the nearest car park, or go for a boat ride. You can also stroll from Cala Galdana to explore both beautiful bays.

Playa de Muro, Mallorca

Playa de Muro, located on the northern coast of Mallorca, is a beach paradise with a touch of Caribbean flair. Stretching almost six kilometers, this pristine beach offers powdery white sand and crystal-clear turquoise waters.

This beach has four sections. It has so much to offer for you from lively areas with beach bars and water sports to secluded stretches. Adjacent to the stunning S’Albufera Natural Park, you can also explore the rich birdlife and serene wetlands, adding a touch of adventure to their beach getaway.

Ses Illetes, Formentera 

Ses Illetes is a haven for beach lovers seeking idyllic shores with crystal-clear waters and velvety soft sand. Just a short ferry ride from Ibiza, this tranquil island is for you if you love serenity and simplicity. The shallow waters of Ses Illetes create a peaceful oasis where you can unwind and immerse yourself in the beauty of this Balearic gem.

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