Spanish beaches

Almost 350 days of sunlight, 3 thousand catalogued coastlines as well as virtually 8,000 kilometres of shoreline make Spain a much-loved location for those searching for sunlight and sand any time of the year. These attributes are backed by the top quality certifications provided to the coastlines after assessing these parameters. Whilst every coastline has a distinct appeal of its own, there are certain places that should be included in your must-see listing; the nonstop sandy coastline at Zahara de los Atunes; Vejer de la Frontera, a lovely Moorish community established on the top of a hillside; the excellent shore of Chiclana, Sanlucar de Barrameda, Chipiona, Conil de la Frontera and Rota; the Bolonia cove with the Roman ruins of Baelo Claudia; Canos de Meca, where the Trafalgar lighthouse looks out over the horizon and also the amazing cliffs of Barbate. The crystal clear, tidy waters are best for an array of water sports consisting of scuba diving, windsurfing, water snowboarding, searching, cruising and also angling. Go towards the north of the island and also you will be greeted by small, captivating coves established between pine groves and also high cliffs. The Year-Round Sunny Beaches of CadizWindsurfing in crystal clear waters; interesting water sporting activities; ache groves that reach down to the coast, interesting little coves, gigantic cliffs that rise more than 100 metres high; dune, and also unlimited beaches of shimmering white sand along 260 kilometres of shoreline, the Cadiz shore invites you to bask in the sunlight in summer season and also in winter also. Extending over 200 kilometres over the north of Catalonia in the province of Girona and with a rich background behind it, a vacation on the Costa Brava is flooded with tradition and also society; abbeys and churches; archaeological sites and also huge sites. Mountains, high cliffs, nature reserves as well as estuaries border broad coastlines of shimmering gold sand.