Updated: Jun 18, 2020
Spain is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, with one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. We’re sure you've heard of the city beaches in Barcelona, Valencia, and the Costa Brava, but we are going to give you some helpful tips on finding some of the greatest unknown beaches in Spain.
Calo des Moro Beach in Spain
Calo des Moro, located in Mallorca is a hidden gem and is best known for its clear and warm water. This beach is located between high cliffs, which offers its visitors protection from the sea. If you're craving island vibes and crystal clear water, be sure to add this destination to your list.
Playa de Guayedra in Spain Playa de Guayedra is ideal for privacy and playing in the waves. Located in the Canary Islands, this beach is far from other popular locations. Keep an eye out for the lizards who will be curious to try the food you bring, they are frequently found sunbathing on the stones. When you arrive, continue walking past the rocks until you reach the secluded and sandy beach.
Monsul Beach in Spain
If you’re trying to find the beach where Indiana Jones was filmed, look no further. Monsul Beach, located in Almeria, is another one of Spain’s unknown beaches. Take a shuttle bus from San Jose, and spend the day at this beautiful location. The volcanic rock and crystal clear waters are surely a sight to be seen. Imagine yourself in the movie and spend the day in this picturesque location.
Cala Estera Beach in Spain
Cala Estreta on the Costa Brava is a naturalist beach with a lot of seclusion. People travel here looking for cliff jumping and to get away from the busy surrounding beaches. A bit of a hike to get here, about a half hour walking, but we can confirm it's worth every second. This beach is known for being a nudist beach, but don't let that deter you from seeing the amazing coastline. If you're looking for ultimate relaxation and to try something new, make the trip to Cala Estreta.
Cies Island in Spain
Cies Island, Galicia is known to be the Spanish Caribbean due to its turquoise water, and beautiful rock formations. We should let you know that this is on the Atlantic coast, making the water a little brisk, even in July. This strip of beach off the north west coast brings a tropical feel to the Galician region, so be sure to visit if you have the time.
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