Who hasn’t heard about the delicious tapas, flamenco, the Sagrada Familia, and more recently about the gorgeous Enrique Iglesias? Well, those attractions and many others make tourism in Spain thriving and unmissable. The fact is that many tourists want to spend their summer holidays in Spanish lands, because of the beauty and uniqueness of its beaches.
Here are the 3 best beaches to do tourism in Spain and have an unforgettable summer holiday:
Ibiza: Well-known for its intense nightlife and electronic nightclubs (lovely for the party animals). It is also one of the most popular destinations regarding tourist in Spain for those who enjoy seeing a bluish sea of its heavenly beaches. In fact, this island offers more than just a lively nightlife, thanks to well-organized yoga retreats and a wide range of shops.
Mallorca: If you are really looking forward to a dream summer vacation, this destination will meet all your expectations. The warm sea merges with the mountains, the Roman architecture with the famous nightlife of its capital, and the distinctive nature of the Drach caves with the tradition of Villa Pollensa. It is one of the best getaways in Europe.
Gran Canarias: Being one of the Canary Islands, this is another popular destination for tourism in Spain. There are plenty of reasons if we refer to its white sand and black lava beaches. It is not uncommon to see visitors eager to discover the sheer nature of the sea, the prehistoric caves, their traditional food, and maybe playing a golf match.
Tenerife: Is another Canary Island where leisure is the perfect link to enjoy the beaches that will leave you an enviable tan. Its environmental richness lies on natural pools of volcanic origin. For this reason, summer holidays here will be perfect thanks to its modern hotel infrastructure, the local gastronomy, and many local festivals celebrating Carnival.
Spain and its amazing beaches are undoubtedly idyllic getaways where you will feel the human warmth and the sun shining on your skin.
Claudia Cejas: Sample of writing for Lowpost