Honeymoon couple on the beach

Four beaches that are perfect for your honeymoon in Spain


It’s not just the incredible scenery, or the crystal-clear waters, there’s so much more. On Spanish beaches you can leave behind all the stresses and strains of everyday life. So there’s nothing you need to worry about. Just you and your partner, enjoying that taste of paradise you both deserve. Get ready to find out why Spain’s beaches are considered among the best destinations in Europe for a couples holiday. Four ideas for a perfect honeymoon are coming up. All you’ll need to think about is relaxing and having a great time. 

Playa de Mónsul, Níjar (Almería)

The lovely, unspoilt Mónsul beach and its scenery have been highly valued for many years.In the protected area of Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Park, Mónsulis one of the best places you could choose in Almería, just four kilometres from the pretty village of San José. As soon as you arrive on the beach, the dark golden sands will grab your attention. As you stroll along the water’s edge you’ll discover the famous peineta, a cliff of volcanic origin which forms a ridge washed by the waves. Millions of years have shaped the shore and the dunes here. It’s no surprise that the park was a setting for films such as Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, and Talk to Her. Get ready for a film star honeymoon. 

Monsul beach, Nija, Almería

Aiguablava, Begur (Girona)

If you’re looking for a romantic place to have some fun with your favourite person, then the cove of Aiguablava is the one for you. On the Costa Brava in Girona, Aiguablava is a paradise for snorkelling, diving, and messing about in boats. Despite its small size, it’s one of the best-loved beaches in Catalonia, and everybody falls in love with its crystalline waters. And no doubt you will too. In the surrounding area you can discover some captivating villages. Begur, with its medieval castle up on high and the grand houses of the indianos below, is one of the best known. Be sure to stroll along the Camí de Ronda to explore the area in depth.  

View of Aiguablava beach in Begur, Girona

Caló des Moros, Mallorca (Balearic Islands)

Caló des Moros is near the Cala Llombards complex, around six kilometres from the town of Santanyí, in the Balearic Islands. Although this is a small cove that’s none too easy to reach, as you walk slowly down the stony path you’ll see a beach that’s the stuff of dreams, surrounded by plants and low cliffs. Vegetation and small cliffs form part of the environment. With its soft, fine white sand, it’s a perfect spot for sunbathing, swimming in cool blue waters and enjoying the beauties of the impressive seabed. It’ll be love at first slight. 

Aerial view of Caló des Moros beach on the Balearic Islands

Praia das Catedrais, Ribadeo (Lugo)

Praia das Catedrais, the beach of the Cathedrals, is the nickname of Aguas Santas beach in Ribadeo, LugoAlthough swimming isn’t allowed, the beach is famous for the impressive arches of rock between the cliffs. These can only be seen at low tide, when you can walk beneath them. Remember that if you decide to visit, you’ll need to check the tides first. The beach has been declared a Natural Monument by Galicia’s Department of the Environment for its stunning natural beauty. An exotic beach that’s a feast for the eyes with its black rocks, white sand, and blue waters.You don’t need any more reasons to choose Spain as your honeymoon destination. Get ready to relax, and to stack up some unforgettable memories.

Praia das Catedrais beach in Ribadeo, Lugo
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