Face it: we all dream of vacations in a heavenly setting, spending our days off in
turquoise water beaches that enhance that feeling of disconnection and relaxation that we need so much at this time of the year. If this is your plan for this summer, we have good news for you, and it is that you will not have to leave the country to find this environment, because Spain has beautiful beaches where you can fulfill your summer dream.
The 8,000 kilometers of coastline that Spain has have
all the beach landscapes you can imagine. There are ones for all tastes: surrounded by cliffs, with native vegetation, with kilometers of sand full of life or with waves that are the delight of lovers of water sports. And, of course, also with turquoise and crystalline waters of a unique beauty.
One of the Spanish enclaves where a good part of these beaches are located is the
gold coast, in Tarragona. In it you will find an endless number of coves with different characteristics, but also a rich tourist and cultural offer that will put the icing on the cake on your vacation. And yes, it is also the most famous and spectacular beach with turquoise waters in the country:
Cala Jovera, Tarragona
Cala Jovera, Tarragona /
Cala Jovera is a
virgin beach just 90 meters long located on the Catalan coast. Surrounded by pine forests and other native plants, this cove of golden sand boasts of respecting all the natural benefits that it has and that have earned it the
virgin beaches award of the Tarragona coast.
But the natural is not the only thing that stands out from her. The cove is located at the foot of the
Tamarit Castlea Romanesque work dating from the SX-XII and that reinforces the majesty of the cliffs that embrace its crystalline waters.
Without a doubt, this beach is the
little piece of paradise What were you looking for your summer? But if you want to explore other areas of Spain that also have this particular color in their waters, these other locations are for you:
Ses Illetes, Formentera
Ses Illetes, Formentera /
Formentera’s fame is more than deserved, and one of the beaches that corroborates it is
Ses Illetes. It is located within the Ses Salines de Eivissa y Formentera Natural Park, and receives its name from the different islands that dot its landscape.
When stepping on the
white sand of this beach You will be able to enjoy the peace transmitted by its crystalline waters of a blue so special that you will never forget it. Whether you are one of those who enjoy a long bath or those who prefer to walk along its shores, in Ses Illetes there is a plan for you.
Cala del Moraig, Poble Nou de Benitatxell
Cala del Moraig, Poble Nou de Benitatxell /
Between Jávea and Moraira, in the Valencian Community, is the
Moraig cove. Its 300 meters in length house its sea of turquoise and crystalline waters and gravel. It is surrounded by cliffs and native vegetation that, although it makes access a bit difficult, makes it worth visiting.
To enjoy its views, it has a viewpoint to delight you with the particularity of its sea and the beauty of the landscape, but if you are one of those who prefers to spend the days next to the sea, this cove is perfectly equipped for you to place your towel and get ready. to spend the best summer of your life.
Cala Macarella and Cala Macarelleta, Menorca
Cala Macarella and Cala Macarelleta, Menorca /
It is no coincidence that in summer these Menorcan coves are filled with tourists and locals who pass by to enjoy them. The
Macarella and Macarelleta coves They are two virgin areas with turquoise water that have earned the title of great stars of the island. Its waters are surrounded by pine forests and cliffs that have not suffered the action of man and that is precisely what gives it its special charm.
One of the most fun options to explore these coves is to do
Boat. Undoubtedly, a special plan that will allow you to spend a day at sea appreciating every corner of this area while soaking up the unique beauty of its landscape.