From Asturias to Es Pujols, Formentera, here are the best places for beach lovers to visit in spain according to the telegraph.
Far from the typical tourist trails, the cliff-edged, emerald-green eastern coastline of Asturias boasts some of the most exquisite beaches in Spain. Beneath the Picos de Europa, rocky coves, remote golden crescents, low-key beach towns and a buzzing surf scene await.
Endless green meadows top sheer limestone cliffs that lead down to two golden arcs of sand, fronted by thundering waves that make this a top spot for surfing.
The city of Valencia boasts two particularly fine beaches for soaking up the southern Spanish sun: there’s the Playa de la Malvarrosa and, adjoining it to the south, Playa de las Arenas. Lively bars and restaurants create a party atmosphere during summer months.
Cala Mesquida, Majorca
Cala Mesquida, on the northeastern tip of the island, is a stunning beach of pale sand, framed by dunes and pine forests. Aside from a few hotels lining one side of the small bay, this is a wonderfully remote and naturally beautiful part of the island.
Es Pujols, Formentera
Best beach in the Balearics? We could argue about that all day but Formentera, the little island south of Ibiza, has some pretty convincing contenders for the title. White sand and clear, calm water are the norm here, making Formentera a good choice for families with young children.