The coasts of Spain
(Spanish Costas) are washed by the Atlantic Ocean on the north
and by the Mediterranean Sea on the south. Spain's coastline
measures more than 4,000 kilometers divided into ten sections
including Costa de la Luz, Costa del Sol, Costa Tropical,
Costa de Almeria, Costa Calida, Costa del Azahar, Costa
Valencia, Costa Blanca, Costa Dorada and Costa Brava.
Even though every Spanish beach boasts an excellent climate and
decent beauties of nature, the most visited is Costa del Sol.
Its wonderful coast belt and excellent golden sandy beaches is
very ideal for summer beach and family holidays in Spain.
to Spanish Costas
Costa de la Luz
Costa de la Luz, which means the coast of light is
worthy of its beautiful golden sandy coastline facing the Atlantic in the company of pine groves.
Costa del Sol
Costa del Sol is is one of the most popular holiday destinations
worthy of its wonderful coast belt and excellent golden sandy beaches.
Costa Tropical is the stretch of coastline with picturesque beaches and pristine coves on the southern Spain
between the Costa del Sol and Costa de Almeria.
Costa de Almeria
Costa de Almeria is the stretch of coastline on the south east side of Spain
worthy of its fine sandy beaches, sand dunes, nature reserves, volcanic mountains and wetlands.
Costa Calida is the stretch of 250 km. of Murcian coastline
with the Mar Menor which is considered to be the largest natural pool in the world and a paradise for all types of water sports.
Costa del Azahar
Costa del Azahar,
which means the
coast of orange
blossom is located
in the eastern side
of Spain worthy of
its fine sandy beaches and beautiful coves, lush pine and oak forests and beautiful vast orange groves.
Costa Valencia is situated in the centre of the Spanish Mediterranean coastline overlooking the Gulf of Valencia and lined up with
great beaches, high mountains and rolling plains.
Costa Blanca, the white coast, is one of the major tourist destinations in the Mediterranean has some of the best beaches of Spain’s Mediterranean coasts.
Costa Dorada, which means the golden coast is the stretch of coastline along the province of Tarragona on the eastern side of Spain.
Costa Dorada is known for its wide golden sandy beaches by the beautiful promenades lined with pine trees, crystal clear waters and the silhouette of the Roman ruins covering the region.
Costa Brava is one
of the most
in Spain which lies
from the French
border through the
north of Barcelona. Costa Brava with its wonderful beaches, beauty and Barcelona on its next door, will have you hooked with just only one visit.