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Aerial view of Ses Illetes beach in Formentera in the Balearic Islands

Four idyllic beaches with crystal-clear waters


One of Spain’s most outstanding attributes is the wide variety of options on offer for tourists. That’s why, whatever your ideal trip may be, you’ll always find a Spanish destination to suit your tastes. For instance, if you want to take a dip in some crystal-clear waters, sink your feet into white sand and take in the view of a unique natural landscape, the Spanish coasts are for you. Read on, and be prepared to discover some idyllic corners of Spain where you can swim all year round.

  • Berellín beach in Val de San Vicente, Cantabria

    Berellín Beach, Cantabria

    Also known as Barnejo Beach, its striking karst formations and abundant vegetation make this a must-see on any trip along the Cantabrian coast. Situated in the municipality of Val de San Vicente, this natural area is perfect for a dip in pristine, crystal-clear waters. What’s more, if you’re lucky enough to visit at low tide, you’ll have access to all the little coves dotted along either side – with long stretches of sand guaranteed to make you fall in love. A perfect beach for couples, families, or to visit alone … Fancy it?

  • View of Cala Culip in Girona (Catalonia)

    Cala Culip, Girona

    The tranquillity of this secluded cove on the Costa Brava is something you have to experience for yourself. Located eight kilometres from Cadaqués, its deep, translucent waters provide the ideal environment for snorkelling and drinking in the rugged landscape. You can reach this cove either by boat or via a 30-minute walk, both of which will offer you the opportunity to delight in some unique views. This trip is well worth the effort!

  • Ses Illetes beach in Formentera, Balearic Islands

    Ses Illetes beach, Formentera

    If you’re looking for a voyage of discovery to clean, transparent waters, this corner of the Balearic Islands is not to be missed on your holiday in Spain. Located in the Ses Salines Nature Park, Ses Illetes offers up more than 450 metres to stroll along and feel like you’re in paradise. Although it is a small island, Formentera has plenty of wonders to offer – and the white sand of Ses Illetes is one of them.

  • La Rijana beach in Granada, Andalusia

    La Rijana Beach, Granada

    If you’re a lover of southern Spain, this Andalusian beach with its crystalline waters is sure to make you fall even deeper in love. One of the most attractive locations in Granada, this cove is located in the municipality of Castell de Ferro and is surrounded by the most incredible natural scenery. Get ready to spend hours scuba diving and experiencing some truly unique marine biodiversity. These are just some of the beaches that prove that Spain is also a truly paradisiacal destination. What are you waiting for? Come and visit its coast and bathe in its crystal-clear waters!

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