If there is a region with history, beautiful landscapes, great atmosphere and above all a lot of ‘salero’, it is Andalusia. Visiting any of its provinces is a real pleasure, whether it is to get to know its culture or to enjoy the incredible coastline that stretches along its 1,100 kilometres of coastline.
If you are going to visit Andalusia and would like to know which beaches to go to, pay attention to what we tell you, because we have made a selection of some of the best.
Here are some of them:
– Matalascañas: It is located in Huelva and has more than four kilometres of fine golden sand and clean waters. Its scenic conditions and its high quality for tourism have earned it the European Blue Flag.
– La Caleta: Do you want a famous beach? This Cadiz coast was one of the locations for the famous film ‘007: Die Another Day’, a very long golden sandy beach where you can enjoy a perfect day of sun and beach with your family or friends.
– Cabo de Gata: We cannot single out just one of the beaches of this natural park, as they are all very beautiful. Some of the most popular are Los Genoveses, Aguadulce, Puerto Rey or Las Negras.
– Playa de Bolonia: The magnificent characteristics of the best Andalusian beaches combined with a good dose of culture on the beach… You won’t be short of entertainment options!
– Zahara de los Atunes: Chosen by the readers of the newspaper 20 Minutos as one of the best in the country in 2011, this beach offers comfortable golden sand, clean, clear waters and an ideal setting for water sports.
– El Bajondillo: Unlike some of the previous ones, this beach is completely urban, as it is surrounded by a very long promenade full of hotels, restaurants, shops and, in short, everything you need at your fingertips. Of course, the natural conditions of the beach are also magnificent.
– Playa de Los Muertos: The best thing about this beach is undoubtedly the peaceful atmosphere that you can breathe in it, and being surrounded by a beautiful environment of mountains, the coast is quite isolated from the hustle and bustle of the Almeria we know. It has an extension of more than one kilometre.
You can find other beautiful Andalusian beaches in our article ‘Route of beaches in the south of Spain’.