Spain can boast, without a doubt, about having the best beaches in the world, some of them leave tourists with their mouths open. Therefore, if you go on Erasmus to any city in Spain you can not miss at least one of these beaches. You can visit all of them even out of season, since they are places that are worth visiting.
* By the way, I leave here a link to our post on the best and cheapest ways to travel in Spain.
Erasmusers … it has not been an easy task, since, in Spain, it is full of spectacular beaches and coves.
Here is our TOP 12 best beaches in Spain to see during your Erasmus.
1. Playa de los Genoveses, Andalusia
The province of Almeria is known for having the best pristine beaches. One of them (the main one) is the Genoveses beach. A beach with dunes of fine golden sand, a pleasure to bathe here.
2. Playa de Ses Illetes, Formentera, Balearic Islands
Crystal clear, calm, clean and heavenly water, without a doubt one of the beaches you should visit if you go on Erasmus to Spain. Can you imagine lying on it on its fine sand, reading a book or listening to music? Whatever you do, you will end up falling in love with it!
3. Playa de las Catedrales, Galicia
This beach is located on the coast of the province of Lugo, also known as Mariña Lucense. This beach is very particular, since, due to the sea and the wind, there are a series of rocks in the shape of arches scattered throughout the beach. It looks like a movie! A place worth seeing.
4. Playa de Rodas, Galicia
A beach with crystal clear and calm waters with an original shell shape. It is located in the Cíes Islands and considered as one of the most beautiful beaches in Galicia. These islands belong to the Atlantic Islands National Park, you can go by boat from Vigo.
5. Cala Granadella, Valencian Community
If you are going on Erasmus to the Spanish city of Valencia, then you can not miss this beach. More than a beach, it is the famous Cala Granadella, one of the small treasures of Xàbia. Crystal clear waters, mountains that embrace the sea, quietness and, if you are a diving lover, you will enjoy it very much. A beautiful cove.
6. Playa del Silencio, Cudillero, Asturias
Its name describes it perfectly, it is one of the quietest and calmest beaches in all of Spain. Very few people know about it, it is located in a bay between cliffs, 16 kilometers from Cudillero, near the province of Castañeras. In order to access it, you will have to do it through high stairs made of stone until you go down to the shore. You can already imagine the views, right? Impressive, this beach of the Cantabrian Sea.
7. Playa de Bolonia, Tarifa, Cádiz
Near Tarifa, in the famous town of Zahara de los Atunes, is the beautiful Playa de Bolonia. Either because of the nature that surrounds it, its transparent and clean water, its unbuilt environment or its history, this beach could not be missing in this list of the best beaches in Spain for your Erasmus. By the way, if you like surfing, Tarifa is a must go destination.
8. Playa de los Muertos, Cabo de Gata, Almería
Andalusia has magical places like this: The beach of the dead, located in the Natural Park of Cabo de Gata-Níjar, we can find a beach that seems to be brought from the Caribbean. A kilometer of crystalline water and a very quiet beach to enjoy, an incomparable environment.
9. La Concha Beach San Sebastián, Guipúzcoa, Basque Country
You can not miss in this list the beach of La Concha, a beautiful urban beach. Known for its golden sand and clean water where you can surf all year round. You can also walk in it, as it boasts one of the most beautiful promenades.
10. Playa de Carnota, A Coruña, Galicia
If you are a surfer, you cannot miss this beach during your Erasmus to Spain. Another jewel is this Galician beach: Carnota, in Santa Comba de Carnota, next to the well-known Playa de Las Catedrales in Lugo. With more than 7 kilometers of fine sand, crystal clear waters and dunes. A magical corner, ideal for surfing or windsurfing due to its winds and coastal breezes.
11. Cala Salada, Ibiza, Balearic Islands
Cala Salada, one of the most beautiful in Ibiza, specifically located north of San Antonio. A spectacular environment, surrounded by greenery and green pines, with crystal clear waters, very clean and calm, looks more like a swimming pool. This cove separates some rocks from its sister beach, the Cala Saladeta. A spectacular environment.
12. Poo Beach, Asturias
Poo beach is located within the Protected Landscape of the East Coast, a beautiful beach, narrow, elongated and very calm, with a curious funnel, because it is next to the mouth of the Rio Vallina.
Time to close the post
Erasmus to Spain goes a long way, so don’t miss the opportunity to visit at least one of these beaches. As I said in the introduction, there is an infinite amount of incredible beaches in Spain that we have not included.
And if you don’t want to leave a lot of money in a hotel, I personally recommend rent an Airbnb.
Greetings Erasmusers and if you are going to see any of these beautiful beaches share your experience here 🙂