Els Terrers Beach (Benicassim)

Els Terrers Beach (Benicassim)

Here at this beach you will find the masts of the Generalitat Valenciana’s Sailing School where courses are offered for those wishing to start learning and enjoying the pleasure of sailing. The beach was refurbished in 2006 and now it…

Arenal Beach (Burriana)

Arenal Beach (Burriana)

As a coastal urban center, Burriana has 10 km of coast, divided in several zones from south to north: The Serratella, El Puerto, La Malvarrosa, El Grau, Les Terrasses, Sant Gregori and Santa Barbara. Most of this coast is formed…

La Concha de Oropesa Beach

La Concha de Oropesa Beach

This is undoubtedly the most emblematic beach in Oropesa del Mar. It is an astonishing urban beach of fine golden sand, with very safe sea beds, ideal for pottering with children. It is approximately 900 metres long and 60 metres…

Malvarrosa Beach

Malvarrosa Beach

A quintessential Valencian urban beach, Malvarrosa Beach lies between the town of Alboraya and the road Acequia de la Cadena. It was named by the gardener Felix Robillard, who used to hold the position of head gardener at the Botanical…

Cullera Beach

Cullera Beach

This town has fifteen miles of coastline in which we will find a blue flag every three km on average. This distinctive has been awarded to the beaches of Faro, Olives, Raco and San Antonio, this last one also has…

Benidorm Beach

Benidorm Beach

Benidorm beach is an urban beach with a well-earned reputation. Its continued success is due to its fabulous crescent shaped golden beaches (Levante and Poniente). Both beaches are among the best in Europe for many reasons: their length (6km (3…

Campoamor beach

Campoamor beach

Campoamor beach, also known as La Glea beach, is one of the largest beaches in the town. It is approximately 650 metres long and 20 metres wide. Highlights: awarded with the Q Mark for Tourist Quality. This Spanish beach is…

Arenal Beach (Jávea)

Arenal Beach (Jávea)

Arenal beach is a fascinating Spanish beach made up of sand and rock, located in the municipality of Jávea in Alicante (Spain). Bordered at the north by the Canal de la Fontana and at the south by Montañar Segundo, it…

Bolnuevo Beach

Bolnuevo Beach

This amazing semi-urban Spanish beach with coarse golden sand and calm waters is located in Mazarrón. It is approximately 1,600 metres long and 25 metres wide, with a medium level of visitors. Highlights: the famous wind erosions of Bolnuevo where…

Las Catedrales Beach

Las Catedrales Beach

This legendary Spanish beach is located on the coast of the province of Lugo (Galicia). A beach of fine sand, awarded with a Blue Flag, it is approximately 1,400 metres long and 40 metres wide. Highlights: Its name was inspired…

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