1. Murcia Playa de calblanque can in the natural Park
families will appreciate the protected, sandy beach. Photos: Alamy
Also there are still on Spain's Mediterranean coast: natural regions, with beaches that are not crowded. Almost two kilometers long and an average of forty metres wide, the Golden fine sandy beach in the regional Park of Calblanque in the Southeast of Spain.
kite-surfers will feel at home here. You can enjoy the fantastic scenery of mountains, rocks, sea and dunes. Families will appreciate the flat into the sea, sheltered sandy beach. In the summer, the nature Park in the Murcia Region for cars is locked, a Strandbus commutes from the Parking lot. www.murciaturistica.es
2. Costa BravaCala Pola: Surrounded by wooded cliffs.
This Bay is considered to be one of the most beautiful in Catalonia.
You can only reach by foot to the destination, because the small Bay, five kilometres from Tossa de Mar beach is not accessible by car or public transport. After a short March, the first leads to a campsite, one with a charming, uncrowded beach rewarded.
The water is so clear that you can look to far on the bottom of the sea. Defines the Cala is back Pola of wooded rock. The view is so idyllic that even the sail - and motor boat owners in the Bay, which is considered to be one of the most beautiful in Catalonia, like to go in front of the anchor. de.costabrava.org
3. Andalusia Playa de Mónsul: Spectacular scenery
Indiana Jones was already here.
Steven Spielberg was so fascinated by the volcanic rock surrounding the Bay, that he made the Film "Indiana Jones and the last crusade" with Harrison Ford and Sean Connery here, turn left. Although the Playa de Mónsul is only 300 meters long and 45 meters wide, makes you something Special: it is part of the Cabo de Gata national Park, the last major non-area buildings in in many places, welded to stem the Andalusian Mediterranean coast.
4. The Ebro Delta, Playa de la Punta del Fangar: Flamingos as neighbors,
The beach encloses a kind of inland sea.
The Playa de la Punta del Fangar is one of the most extraordinary beaches of Catalonia, a Paradise for sandpipers, Flamingos and other colorful birds. It is located in the natural Park of the Ebro Delta in a semi-desert-like dunes. As a seven-Kilometer-long spit of Sand on the beach is a large salt-water pool surrounds, a kind of inland sea.
During the breeding season of certain bird species, a part of the area of the beach is blocked, and for the nesting bird species in a protected nursery created. A lighthouse is the only widely visible sign of human influence. www.turismeamposta.cat
5. FormenteraCaló d'es Morts: Splashing in the natural pool
One of the most photogenic area for snorkeling and swimming.
Bay is The "Death" carries your name wrongly. You will need sturdy shoes to get to Caló des Morts, because the path is rocky, but well worth the effort. The rugged cliffs flanked Mini-sandy beach with boat shed is no longer a secret. But if you arrive early in the Morning, it is quiet here. To detect swarms of small fish frolic in the crystal clear, shallow water.
Bizarre rock ledges serve as a sun deck or the shade. One of the most photogenic area for snorkeling and swimming. Further out in the sea of dangerous currents for threats. The Caló des Morts is located in the Southeast of the most unknown of the Balearic Islands. www.formentera.es
6. MenorcaCala Mitjana and Cala Mitjaneta: twins with different audiences
A natural idyll in the southwest of the Balearic island.
The Cala Mitjana is one of the most beautiful beaches in Menorca, a Crescent-shaped Bay with soft Sand, framed by steep cliffs. Flat and gently from the beach to the turquoise water. In the shadow of the adjacent pine trees, wide couples or families and the beach are Cover.
A Cove in the Cala Mitjaneta, sun-worshippers, the cases fall. In the water small sailing rocking boats. A natural idyll in the southwest of the Balearic island. The twin coves house of Menorca's most coveted beaches. The walk from the Parking lot to Paradise for almost twenty minutes. www.visitmenorca.com
Created: 22.02.2020, 00:36 PMUpdated Date: 02 March 2020, 07:07