Places along the coast well worth a visit

Spain boasts almost 8,000 kilometres of coastline where travellers can discover quaint little fishing villages or the grand seaside towns of the north. It is also home to the pristine coves lapped with turquoise water nestled between forests, like the ones in the Balearic Islands, and unspoilt, volcanic beaches in the Canary islands or the fine sand beaches of the Mediterranean. Thousands of hours of sunshine every year. What’s not to love? Its beaches are famous for their quality and environmental respect. And enjoying the sea in Spain doesn’t just mean relaxing on a beach, but also setting sail and discovering spectacular places by boat, eating fresh fish next to the port, admiring the sunset behind a lighthouse or even spending the night aboard. It means disconnecting from the world and touching base with stunning nature.

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DID YOU KNOW?

The oldest Roman lighthouse in operation in the world is in Spain, in A Coruña, in the heart of Costa Da Morte.