The best beaches in Spain to enjoy this summer

In the summer season in our country, beach destinations are the most sought after. Spain has beaches to suit all tastes: wilder, more urban, in more secluded places, in the heart of cities, etc. If you are coming to study Spanish, you must visit some of the best beaches in Spain this summer. Depending on where you want to go or what kind of beaches you like best, you will find the one that best suits you.  There are many rankings of the best beaches in Spain. We are going to give you one of them. We think you will like it. 

The best beaches in Spain for foreigners

Ribadeo in Galicia. It is one of the beach destinations with the best reputation. This Galician town located on the shores of the Cantabrian Sea offers visitors hundreds of attractions to enjoy a dream holiday. Galician gastronomy is well known for being one of the most appetising in the country and Ribadeo is an ideal destination to sample the delights that the sea has to offer. Las Catedrales beach, a whim of nature that gives us one of the most spectacular beaches in the country, where the rock formations draw beautiful arches that make up a landscape of incomparable beauty. 

La Barrosa beach is a beautiful 8-kilometre long stretch of sand bathed by the waters of the Atlantic. It is located very close to the beach of Sancti Petri. Its 2 kilometres long and 60 metres wide, invites you to enjoy the summer days lying on the golden sand that characterises it. Both are in the south of Spain, in Chiclana (Cádiz).

Cala Millor, also known as Son Moro and Cala Nau, is a regular on this list of the best beaches in Spain. It is on the island of Mallorca and has 2 kilometres of sand bathed by the Mediterranean at its most splendid. The promenade that accompanies it stands out for its shops, bars and seafront hotels that offer services of the highest quality.

Ribadesella is really incredible on the shores of the Bay of Biscay. It is located in the north of Spain, in Asturias. It is a small coastal town in a beautiful natural setting. From here you can see the imposing Picos de Europa Mountains while you take a dip in the sea by the mouth of the River Sella.

Altea, on the Levante coast, is typical with its white and blue roof tiles. A visit to the old town with the church of the Virgen del Consuelo is a must. The views from there are also beautiful.



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