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Summer, holiday and the best Spanish beaches

Las Canters, Las Palmas, Canary Islands
Playa de Las Canters is about 3 km long sandy beach located in Las Palmas in the Canary Islands. It is one of the world’s favorite beach, where thanks to the warm climate of the Canary Islands, you can recreate the whole year.

Las Canters, Las Palms, Canary Islands

Playa den Bossa

The beach is one of the most popular islands of Spain – Ibiza. Urban beach Playa den Bossa is located in the southeastern part of the island. You will find here everything from bars, restaurants and discos as well.

Playa den Bossa

Playa de Palma, Mallorca

9 kilometers long beach on the island of Mallorca after sunset turns into one huge disco. The Beach will shine with all colors of the rainbow and from the giant speakers you will hear the latest modern music. However, with the rising sun fun in Playa de Palma does not end, but the party continued nonstop.

playa de mallorca

La Concha, San Sebastian

Spanish La Concha in San Sebastian belongs to the world most popular sandy beaches. Warm climate, historical monuments and natural beauty here will accompany you the whole time while you are recreating here.

La Concha, San Sebastian

Benidorm beaches

Benidorm town on the east coast of Spain is highly praised with Levante and Poniente beaches. Travelers prefer more Poniente, where there are fewer people, it is also popular among the locals. Beautiful view of the rocky and various sports activities belongs to the pluses of this area. From Benidorm you can do a one day trip to Altea or Alicante for example.

Benidorm

Es Pujols, Formentera

White sand and clear, calm water, there are standard and all Formentera is an ideal retreat for families with children. Visitors also come here because of diving, windsurfing or kayaking. Another plus is the possibility of cycle tourism and hiking (very popular are trips to wetlands and bird watching) – especially in the spring when there are prices for accommodation more than acceptable.

Es Pujols, Formentera

Plaza del Granadella, Alicante

If you like romance, we recommend Del Granadella beach in Alienate. Pine forests, natural caves, clear water suitable for diving, colored houses and boats moored in the bay. You will find it here, even more. The beach is well hidden from the busy life, access is possible only on the stone steps. Beware, the beach is quite steep for children we do not recommend. The beach consists of a mixture of sand and rounded stones.

Plaza del Granadella, Alienate

Puerto de San Miguel, Ibiza

Offers 300 m long and forty feet wide sandy beach protected surrounding cliffs. Gulf provides crystal-clear water and safe swimming because it is very well protected by steep cliffs. This beach in Ibiza is a popular place by people looking for a rest. Its natural curved shape and closed offers beautiful trails for romantic walks in the fresh odor of pine trees that way lemujú. Puerto de San Miguel also offers a wide range of sporting activities including a number of water sports such as water bicycles, windsurfing, diving school, beach volleyball, banana riding and water skiing. To discover the beauty of the underwater world, you can try they just mentioned diving lessons in the local diving school, which can be found directly on the beach, or you can select an alternative in the form of a boat ride with glass bottom.

Puerto de San Miguel, Ibiza

ZAHARA beach

One of the most beautiful beaches of the Spanish Cadiz in the south. It has a length of almost five kilometers of pure white sand. In the south, the temperature of the whole year is so high, you must not be worry about the cold water. Swimming is possible here almost the whole year.

ZAHARA

Huelva beached

Very interesting beach in southern Spain, Andalusia, near the border with Portugal. Huelva beaches are 120 kilometers of pure untouched nature. One of the part of the beach belongs to Donna National Park. In Huelva is only a few small hotels, so if you are looking for peace, quite, and tranquility, this place might be perfect for you. Even the beach is separated by a wide belt around local vegetation.

EACHES Huelva
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Hi there and welcome in Hokutips :) I´m Csilla, a big dreamer, a happy girlfriend and founder of Hokutips. I do always believe that everything can be achieved if you do persist. I used to live in Spain, Belgium, UK and currently in Vienna Austria. My biggest passion is travelling and everything around.Creating my own schedule during trips is the best part of it. I have been visited so far 37 countries, including Japan, Singapore, Bali, Thailand, and California. Hokutips is dedicated to everybody who shares similar or the same passion like me, who want to find out more about beautiful natural wonders, beaches, destinations, interesting facts and much more.

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