Top 10 Best Beaches in Spain with Video Tour & Local Advice Guide

Last Updated on April 23, 2020

Spain offers one the best beaches in the world with its more than 3,000 kilometers of coastline, great climate, crystal clear waters, golden sandy beaches, beach facilities, all kind of water sports activities and more. Spanish beaches boasts an excellent climate and excellent beauties of nature.

The coastline of Spain is divided into six larger sections that include; Costa de la Luz, Costa Brava, Cosra Dorada, Costa del Azahar, Costa Blanca, Costa del Sol and Costa de la Luz.

The most visited beaches in Spain is located at the Costa del Sol.

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Below you can see and read our editor’s pick of the top 10 best beaches in Spain.

Best Beaches in Spain for you…

1. La Concha beach – San Sebastian

La Concha beach is the best known and most popular beach in San Sebastian. La Concha beach is also one of the best beaches in Spain. The landscape and the white sand make La Concha beach a unique one. La Concha beach stretches for about one and a half kilometre.

2. Ses Illetes beach – Es Pujols, Formentera

Ses Illetes beach is also a great white sandy beach located on the northern tip of the island of Formentera, nearby Es Pujols. Ses Illetes beach is 300 metres long beach and it is one of the best beaches in Spain and the most visited in Formentera.

3. Morro Jable beach – Fuerteventura

Morro Jable beach is a very long and beautiful white sandy beach of the resort Morro Jable. The Morro Jable beach is also considered as one of the best beaches in the world. Holidaymakers may find variety of great watersports activities, variety of restaurants, shop, bars and entertainment facilities along the beach promenade.

4. Levante beach – Benidorm, Costa Blanca

Levante beach is the popular and golden sandy beach of the Benidorm resort. Holidaymakers may do variety of watersports activities such as water skiing, diving, parasailing and more. The golden sand and crystal clear waters also make Levante beach one of the best beaches in Spain. Levante beach front is also lined up with great terraces, cafes and restaurants in constant party mood.

5. Magaluf beach – Magaluf, Majorca

Magaluf beach is the main beach of the Magaluf resort of Majorca and it is a great golden sandy beach. Holidaymakers may also do variety of water sports activities.

6. Bolonia beach – Tarifa, Costa de la Luz

Bolonia beach is located on the Bolonia Bay, in Tarifa, Costa de la Luz. The beautiful golden sandy Bolonia beach virtually has no current and very ideal for beachgoers. Holidaymakers may find great water sports activities. And also, holidaymakers may visit and relax on the very popular wooden beach bar&restaurants located on the southern part of the bay.

7. Carihuela beach – Torremolinos, Costa del Sol

Torremolinos has 9 km. of golden sandy beaches offering variety of watersports and entertainment facilities for the beachgoers. The beaches are lined up by an attractive promenade stretches from Playamar to the nearby holiday resort of Benalmadena. Playa Carihuela (Carihuela Beach) is the most popular beach of Torremolinos.

8. Playa del Ingles beach – Playa del Ingles, Gran Canaria

Playa del Ingles beach is the beautiful golden sandy beach of Playa del Ingles. The beach stretches for about 3 km. lengthwise and about 2 km. inland at its widest point and ends at the neighbour holiday resort of Maspalomas. A great day out at the Playa del Ingles beach is one of the best things to do in Playa del Ingles. Playa del Ingles beach is considered to be one of the best beaches for windsurfing in Gran Canaria.

9. Las Canteras beach – Las Palmas, Gran Canaria

Las Canteras beach is the main beach of the capital Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Las Canteras beach is more than 3 km. of golden sandy beach stretching the length of the western side of the isthmus on which the city of Las Palmas stands and joins the island with the group of volcanic cones.

10. Alcudia beach – Alcudia, Majorca

Alcudia beach is the main beach of the resort and it stretches 9 km from Puerto Alcudia to Playa de Muro and Ca’n Picafort. Holidaymakers may walk all the way to Ca’n Picafort along the Alcudia beach and also may find variety of water sports activities.