Ten beaches to get lost in Andalucia

The stress and pressure to which we are subjected day to day must be left behind in our holidays. For this summer season we need to have fun and see new places of interest, but it is also necessary to keep our moments of relaxation. The Andalucian coastline offers you the chance to lose yourself in unspoiled beaches away from the madding crowd in which to reflect and let your body set all the accumulated tension aside. If you travel to the south of Spain, take note and do not miss the top ten beaches to get lost in this summer.

Bolonia Beach, Tarifa (Cadiz)

La playa de Bolonia

It is considered one of the last unspoiled beaches of the south of the Iberian Peninsula and it is noted for its crystal clear water and its fine white sand. Located in the municipality of Tarifa, from its shore you can see the Moroccan city of Tangier. In turn, it contains one of the most important natural monuments in Spain, the Bologna dune. It is one of the most beautiful corners of the Cadiz coast, and just a few meters away from the Roman site of Baelo Claudia. An unbeatable location if you want to spend a few days in the sun and take a dip in clean and paradisiacal waters.

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El Rompido Beach (Huelva)

Flecha del Rompido Playa Huelva (courtesy elrompido.info)

There is no better place to get lost and disconnect that the beach of El Rompido in Cartaya, Huelva. The unspoiled vegetation, the dunes and the pine forests that accompany it, makes this spot a dream place to find the peace and quiet you need to de-stress of everyday life. One of the peculiarities of this coast is what is known as Flecha in El Rompido, a unique sandstone formation that opens to the Atlantic Ocean as a tongue from the unspoiled beach which is accessible by boat.

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Maro Beach in Nerja (Malaga)

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This beautiful cove located in the municipality of Nerja in Malaga is one of the most valued of Andalucia. Its cliffs and rock formations gives it a wild look that captivates all those who visit it. A place full of romanticism, bathed by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea that you cannot miss if you want to spend a few days of tranquility in the sun. Surrounded by little beautiful typical Andalucian villages, among which Frigiliana stands out, you can breathe an Arabian air at the foot of its dark sand. A dream-like retreat that enriches the eastern part of Costa del Sol.

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Zahara de los Atunes Beach (Cadiz)

Playa Zahara de los Atunes

Its origins come from, as its name suggests, from tuna fishing, being one of the major tuna traps of Andalucia. The sunsets that expose the African continent and its corners with perfect natural mud for skin treatments, are two of the most prominent features of this place. Zahara de los Atunes is a beach where you can lose yourself to rest and also enrich your body daubing yourself with its marine remains, rich in a multitude of minerals.

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Cabopino Beach in Marbella (Malaga)

Playa Cabopino, Marbella

In this part of the fine sand coast of Marbella you can feel the freedom through the complete nudity of your body as it is a nude beach. If you want to swim in the Mediterranean waters of fine sand in full contact with your skin, do not hesitate to visit this sea that makes you feel free and stripped of problems. The Artola dunes are located in a protected natural area, an exquisite opportunity to read a good book in the sun in the middle of this unique natural landscape.

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La Barrosa Beach, Chiclana (Cadiz)

In the municipality of Chiclana de la Frontera is one of the most valued coastlines in Andalucia, La Barrosa Beach. From its shore you can see The Castle of Sancti Petri among intense blue waters. This area has an average of over 300 days of sunshine a year, making it a tourist dream destination at any time you want to visit it. Don’t miss out on this corner of Costa de la Luz, where the unique landscape and its native vegetation will make you evade the world for a few hours.

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El Faro Beach, Mijas

Playa de Mijas

The El Faro Beach in Mijas is located in La Cala and is a corner of the Mediterranean barely explored by tourists. This part of the coast is where the neighbors of the village, who wish to get away from the crowds of beach umbrellas and towels that are generated in other beaches, tend to go. Here you will be able to relax in fresh waters with a whole panoramic view of the Costa del Sol. An ideal place to relax where you can unwind from your troubles.

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Caños de Meca Beach, Cadiz

Playa de Caños de Meca

A place to be if you want to unwind and enjoy nature is Caños de Meca. A succession of cliffs and small coves with nude beaches that will give you that sense of freedom so comforting for our body. Near this point is the Trafalgar Lighthouse and it is impressive to think that we are looking at the same sea, the same place where the famous battle took place, on October 21st 1805 and that there are still signs on the rocks. A unique experience you cannot miss if you travel to Andalucia.

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Mazagon Beach, Huelva

Playa de Mazagón

The unspoiled beach of Mazagon has more than 20 kilometers from the village that bears this name to Matalascañas. It is protected in its environment by the system of dunes and pine forests that are part of the Doñana Park which gives it unparalleled vegetation. This is the ideal place to read a good book or reflect on our own business with nothing more than the sound of the sea to distract our attention. A dream place you should not miss if you want to unwind.

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El Espigón Beach, Huelva

Playa del Espigón, Huelva

El Espigón Beach is located in the municipality of the City of Huelva, inside the nature setting, biosphere reserve, of the Odiel Marshes. Due to its peculiar characteristics it is built around a dune ecosystem. This part of the Huelva coast is open for bathing but has limited access areas and there are no buildings. It arose from the construction of the Juan Carlos I Dike Breakwater entrance to the estuary of Huelva. A lonely place to unwind and get away from the madding crowd.

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If you want to unwind and get lost to the world, do not hesitate to come to one of these ten beaches that will make you get a tan in the sun and let you take a dip in complete tranquility.

 

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WHERE TO STAY

Hotel Fuerte El Rompido

Hotel Fuerte El Rompido

The best option to stay if you are looking for good beaches is without a doubt Fuerte Hotels. The chain has establishments by the sea where you can enjoy, in addition to its services, the best from each coast.More than 60 years’ experience is the best guarantee for devoting your time to just relaxing and enjoying the sun. Marbella, Conil, Grazalema, El Rompido or Torrox are some of the enclaves where you can find these amazing accommodations.

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