Spain’s Best Beach
Where to find best beach for you in Spain
If you’ve booked a holiday to Spain already, you’re guaranteed a good holiday.
It’s packed to the brim with a range of beautiful beaches, great food and friendly people. If it’s a beach holiday
you’re looking for, this guide will help you choose which area you should visit to find the best beach for you.
If you’re travelling with kids, you’ll need to find somewhere that’s not only going to be safe for them, but
also has plenty of things to keep them occupied when they get bored. Benidorm has some fantastic beaches to offer
for families. Levante beach on the eastern side of the town is perfect for younger and older children with
lifeguards always on duty and entertainment on hand. It is a sand beach and slopes down into the water at a gentle
incline. The waters are filled with rafts, floating slides, diving boards and a ‘wet playground’ that will keep
kids occupied for hours on end.
|The Bay of Roses, on the north corner of Costa Brava, has one of the most beautiful
beaches in Spain, approriately named Bahia de Rosas.
For the younger generation going on cheap holidays to Spain who are looking for somewhere to have fun and
indulge in a great offering of water sports, head to Es Trenc in Mallorca. A lot quieter than Cala D’Or, you’ll
find the beach, unspoiled due to it being a part of the Es Trenc-Solobrar wetland reserve, nestled on Mallorca’s
windiest corner – perfect for windsurfers.
Benicassim on the Costa Azahar is again excellent for the young people. It is home to mainland Spain’s biggest
beach music scene with the Benacissim aka FIB Heinekin festival taking place there every year. The event usually
happens in mid-July and features big bands such as Oasis and Kings of Leon.
|Summer holiday beach scene in Mallorca, Spain
For a bit of unspoilt luxury with some peace and quiet, head to Genoveses in Almeria. You won’t find a single
bar, restaurant or café on this gorgeous stretch of beach. It’s a hidden cove where the Spanish tourists retreat
and can only be reached by a track perched along the headland from the village of San Jose. As a part of the Cabo
de Gata-Nijar Natural Park, it’s beautifully preserved and home to a huge number of flamingos in the autumn