Even though summer is over, it doesn't mean we can't enjoy this wonder of beaches!
How about the holidays? How many times have you been to the beach? What are your favorites?
We want to share with you the collection of the most spectacular beaches. These are, for us, the five best beaches in Spain. Those in which taking a dip is a complete experience. 🙌
Let us begin…
1. CALÒ DES MORT, BALEARIC ISLANDS
This small cove, which is located to the south of the island of Formentera, stands out for its turquoise color of its waters and the reddish color of the coves that surround it. Without a doubt, we are talking about an ideal landscape. If you visit it in high season, it is better to see it early in the morning to be able to appreciate it in all its splendor without too many people. We got off to a good start, right?
2. PLAYA DE GULPIYURI, ASTURIAS.
This beach, which is considered the smallest in the world, has no access to the sea. Seriously? Yes, what you read. It is closed to the sea due to a cliff in which there is a cave that allows the passage of waves and tides. It originated from the collapse of a cave that became a circular depression. It was declared a Natural Monument by the Principality of Asturias in 2001.
The closest town to this inland beach is the village of Naves, and the best thing is that you can walk.
3. CALÒ DES MORO, BALEARIC ISLANDS
In the south of the island of Mallorca, approximately 6 kilometers from the town of Santanyí, is this jewel. This cove is used to star each year in the list of the most paradisiacal beaches in Spain. It usually has queues of many hours of waiting to access it, but ... white sand and turquoise water, you can't ask for more!
4. BENIJO BEACH, CANARY ISLANDS
To change a bit, we moved to the north of the island of Tenerife, where this beach of black sand and volcanic origin is located. It can be accessed on foot, through a path with stairs. Its sunsets are truly… magical!
5. CALA AIGUABLAVA, CATALONIA
Bearing the title of one of the best coves on the Catalan coast, we add this beautiful cove to our top 5. It seems that it was framed in a painting, the white sand and the blue water, surrounded by a landscape of pine trees and rocks. There is no doubt that it is one of the most popular coves on the Costa Brava. Did you know?
Obviously, the ranking could be much longer, but you have to know how to choose, even if it costs us a lot. If you still have a few days free before classes start, don't miss the opportunity to visit them. 🌴