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Immerse yourself in some of the most unspoiled beaches in Spain

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With more than 8,000 kilometres of coastline, Spain boasts some unbelievable paradisical locations with crystal-clear water. Read on and immerse yourself in the wildest beaches in Europe. On all of them you’ll find the most incredible landscapes that will make your visit into an unforgettable experience. 

  •  Genoveses beach, Andalusia.

    1. Genoveses beach (Andalusia), a kilometre-long oasis 

    Located approximately two kilometres from the charming town of San José, Genoveses beach invites you to dream, to discover a spectacular sandy destination between the sea and the mountains, to walk through fine, sun-kissed sand, to feel your feet in heaven on earth. A magical land, without worries, without roads and... without end. When you get there, you will see a path which enables you to access the area with ease. The path crosses the beach from north to south, from Ave María hill to Genoveses crag. Form there, you'll be able to take a stunning snapshot. Get ready to re-enact scenes from movies like "The Rat Patrol" or "The Wind and the Lion", and create your own story.

  • Nogales beach, Canary Islands.

    2. Nogales beach, Canary Islands.

    Of incredible exotic beauty, the dark sandy beach of Nogales lies close to the coast of Puntallana. Once you get there you will walk along a legendary route to the seashore. A descent towards paradise, amongst breath-taking cliffs and salt water caves. Stroll barefoot on fine black volcanic sand and, if you feel like it, practice a little surfing. The beach has the perfect waves for sports activities, as is it an area with currents from the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Gueirúa beach, Asturias.

    3. Gueirúa beach (Asturias), the steps to the ocean

    Considered a marvel for the senses. Gueirúa beach is a spectacular protected landscape. At its easternmost point you will observe how small stone islets emerge from the ocean. This area is known as La Forcada, and it separates Gueirúa from the rest of the beaches. The breeze and the turquoise water shape the rocks, giving the place a different, mysterious and wild atmosphere. 

  • Rodas beach, Galicia.

    4. Rodas beach (Galicia), white gold 

    Considered a genuine gift of nature. Rodas Beach begins in the Cíes Islands, in the Illas Atlánticas National Park. You get there by boat from Vigo, Bayona or Cangas del Morraz, in less than an hour. During the trip, you will already start to marvel at the scenery, which is unique and spectacular. More than 1.200 metres of white sand and crystal clear water, which form a perfect half moon shape. Its paths and steps connect the islands of Monteagudo and Faro. A place where you can blissfully while away the hours. 

  • Laga beach, Basque Country.

    5. Laga beach (Basque Country), dune surfing 

    Located in the municipality of Ibarrangelu, in the Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve, Laga beach is known for its fine, golden sands, rich greenery and turquoise waves. It is a solitary but magnificent beach, stretching for no more than 500 metres.Its rich landscapes and climatic conditions make the beach an excellent destination for surfing, windsurfing and even paragliding A perfect combination of sports and nature. 

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