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Blue flag on the Spanish beach
Popularity Spain as a tourist destination is growing every year, thanks to the historical sights and its magnificent beaches, of which there are a huge number. The country has beaches for every taste: on the seashore and ocean, on the mainland and islands, with sand and pebbles, etc. They are very diverse: there are open to all winds, and there are quiet coves, and there is also something in between a closed bay and open shore. The main distinguishing feature of many beaches in Spain is the"Blue Flag" - an international sign of environmental friendliness. All the beaches of the country are municipal. The resorts of Spain have a developed beach infrastructure that provides vacationers with ideal conditions for recreation.
Rocky beaches of the Costa Brava
The most"promoted place" on the Spanish coast is Costa Brava, which is translated from Spanish as"Wild" or"Rocky Coast". This mainland part of Spain received this name due to the amazing landscape of this area: the beaches are located in picturesque bays surrounded by rocky cliffs. The beach season lasts from June to October. The air temperature warms up to 28 degrees, and water - up to 24 degrees. Many Costa Brava hotels are all inclusive. There are many budget hotels here. For lovers of nightlife, the youth resort of Lloret de Mar is better suited, and for those who enjoy a relaxing holiday, the resort of Tossa de Mar is better suited. For the entertainment of both adults and children, the Costa Brava has three large water parks located in Playa de Aro, Roses and Lloret de Mar.
Golden Beach of the Costa Dorada
Its name -"Gold Coast" - got its name from the sandy beaches that sparkle with gold in the sun. The coast is reliably protected from sudden temperature changes by mountain ranges. Costa Dorada is a paradise for sailing and windsurfing lovers. In addition, you can go horse riding, tennis, golf. This coast is best suited for families with children, as the sea in these places is warm and shallow with a gentle entrance, and most importantly, there is a magnificent theme park of Universal Studios - Port Aventura, where visitors can enjoy water slides and shows featuring marine animals and reptiles.
Entrance to PortAventura amusement park
Costa del Sol
The best beaches are located on the White Coast of Spain, which stretch for 101 kilometers along the coast. These are magnificent fine sandy beaches that gave the name to the famous resort. Almost all beaches have been awarded the"Blue Flag" of the European Union for the ecological cleanliness of beaches and water. Here, sunny weather is 305 days a year. The swimming season lasts from May to October.
Beaches in Benidorm, Costa Blanca
The Canary Islands archipelago includes seven islands, the most famous of which is Tenerife, Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria. They are located in the Atlantic Ocean. You can relax on the Canary Islands all year round, however, the winter water temperature is 18 degrees, and in summer the water temperature reaches 20-23 degrees. The Canary Islands are the best place for a relaxing romantic getaway. They are often chosen for their honeymoon. The Canary Islands are ideal for a relaxing family holiday with children.
Beach of Puerto de la Cruz resort, about. Tenerife
For those who like a calm and measured holiday in Tenerife, Puerto de la Cruz will suit, for those who like to have fun - Los Cristianos and Las Americos. The sand for the beaches of the island is of artificial origin, it was mined from the bottom of the ocean. Gran Canaria is divided into two parts by the Pico de Las Nieves mountain range. In the southern part there are beautiful beaches with golden sand and extraordinary dunes. The North Shore consists of coastal cliffs with rocks of volcanic origin and small, comfortable bays with azure water. The island of Fuerteventura has the most spacious beaches of the Canary Islands with golden and white sand, which have a gentle entrance to the sea.
Amadores beach, about. Gran Canaria
These islands are located in the Mediterranean Sea. The largest and most famous of them are Mallorca (Mallorca), Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera. In summer, the temperature in the Balearics reaches 30 degrees, but the fresh sea breeze helps to transfer the heat. The sea water temperature on the beaches of the Balearic Islands reaches 26 degrees. The beach season lasts from May to early November. Majorca is home to many first-class hotels, and the island is popular with the bohemian public who come here from all over the world. A more democratic holiday on the island of Ibiza with a vibrant nightlife. Youth parties are constantly held here. Ibiza has 58 beaches. Here you can find a beach for every taste: fully equipped and completely wild.
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Topic: The best beaches in Spain.