Three of the best beaches in Spain are in Andalusia

Three of the best beaches in Spain are in Andalusia
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Spain has almost 8000 km of coast to enjoy, visit wonderful beaches and spend a few days of relaxation, disconnection and nature. These almost 8000 km of coastline extend along the Cantabrian, the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. Andalusia also has many beaches that can leave us with our mouths open and wanting a second visit, since its beaches are some of the most spectacular in the entire country. Travel, National Geographic has made a list of 25 beaches that can be considered the best in Spain. This list is as follows:

  1. Gulpiyuri Beach, Llanes (Asturias)
  2. Castro de Baroña, La Coruña (Galicia)
  3. Cathedrals Beach, Ribadeo (Galicia)
  4. Cala d’Aiguablava, Begur (Catalonia)
  5. Cala Saladeta, Ibiza (Balearic Islands)
  6. Poo Beach, Llanes (Asturias)
  7. Itzurun Beach, Zumaia (Basque Country)
  8. Matalascañas Beach, Almonte, Huelva (Andalusia)
  9. Cala Macarella and Cala Macarelleta, Menorca (Balearic Islands)
  10. La Carolina Beach, Águilas (Murcia)
  11. Cala Pola, Tossa de Mar (Catalonia)
  12. Nogales Beach, La Palma (Canary Islands)
  13. Benijo Beach, Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands)
  14. Laga Beach, Ibarranguelua (Basque Country)
  15. Trengandín Beach, Noja (Cantabria)
  16. Los Genoveses Beach, Níjar, Almería (Andalusia)
  17. Oyambre Beach, San Vicente de la Barquera (Cantabria)
  18. Caló d’Es moro, Mallorca (Balearic Islands)
  19. Cala Granadella, Jávea (Valencian Community)
  20. Tabarca Beach, Alicante (Valencian Community)
  21. Papagayo Beach, Lanzarote (Canary Islands)
  22. Caló d’Es Mort, Formentera (Balearic Islands)
  23. Rodas Beach, Cíes Islands (Galicia)
  24. Cuesta Maneli, Huelva (Andalusia)
  25. Playa del Silencio, Cudillero (Asturias)

Within these 25 beaches, if we have looked closely, there are three of them that belong to Andalusia.

Matalascañas Beach, Almonte, Huelva

This beach is in Huelva and it is a very family beach. There are many families who spend the summer here, on this beach that is more than 5 km long and is one of the longest on the Costa de la Luz. the beach, famous for the giant stone on the shore that is actually the remains of the Fig Tree Tower, which was destroyed by the Lisbon tsunami in 1755.

Genoveses Beach, Níjar, Almería

In the Cabo de Gata Natural Park. This beach is a bay with unmatched beauty and has become the setting for many films. It is a virgin cove that has dunes of fine, golden sand and bathing in these waters is a pleasure and a perfect escape for all lovers of tranquility and nature.

Cuesta Maneli, Huelva

This beach, the last on the list, is a sequence of beaches, with very fine sand and located at the gates of the Doñana National Park. To get to this beach, you have to cross a wooden walkway that crosses the Acantilado del Asperillo Natural Monument (fossil dunes).



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