Discover the best beaches in Spain this summer with your Golden Visa

Now is the best time to enjoy your Golden Visa now that Spain is open to tourists again. With your Golden Visa, you can travel anywhere in Spain and enjoy 3,000 hours of sunshine all throughout the year.

Here are the ten best beaches in the different parts of Spain. You may just fall in love with the place and may decide to buy property in the area. Your Golden Visa Spain will allow you to do just that.

  1. Playa de Ses Illetes, Formentera

Formentera is the smallest of Spain’s Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea. The Playa de Ses Illetes (The Beach of Small Islands) is located in the peninsula of Es Trucadors in the northern part of Formentera Island. The sand there is almost pink and is simply a mix of fine white sand and coral residue. The small islands are Illa des Ponent, Illa de Tramuntana, Escull
des Pou, Illa Rodona, Escull d’ en Paia, Raco des Palo and the most famous, Espalmador.

The deliberate absence of umbrellas and sunbeds for rent and man-made structures make these beaches ideal to visit although they are not without people. Entrance and exits to the beach are monitored and limited to a specific number of people. Transport to the beach is controlled to minimize pollution. From Ibiza, it is a ferry ride away. Windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing, stand up paddling or snorkelling are some of the activities allowed on Playa Ses Illetes.

  1. Calla Macarella, Menorca


Menorca is one of Spain’s Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea. Calla Macarella is a horseshoe-shaped cove set in a deep rocky inlet of limestone hills covered in pine trees. The limestone hills are dotted with caves, hollows and cavities that continue underwater.

Snorkeling is therefore a favorite activity in Calla Macarella. The beach does not get too crowded because of its remoteness and has facilities like lifeguard services, toilets, showers and a good restaurant by the white sand beach. Marcarelleta is smaller beach on the next cove.

3. Cala Aiguablava, Cataluña


Aiguablava means blue water in Catalan. This small beach is surrounded by cliffs and pine forests that are reflected in the clear turquoise water of this small cove. It is a popular mooring place for sail boats and yachts and has lots of seafood restaurants to choose from.

  1. Playa de Papagayo, Lanzarote, Islas Canarias


The golden sand beaches of Punta Papagayo stretch out for miles and are located in the Los Ajaches Natural Park and can only be reached on foot or by bicycle from the tourist town of Punta Blanca.

  1. Playa de La Concha, San Sebastian, Basque Country


This scallop-shaped beach is located right in the city of San Sebastian and one of Europe’s best city beaches. It is also perfect for families with lots of activities for everyone including many excellent restaurants to choose from. After all, San Sebastian is one of the gastronomic hotspots of Spain.

  1. Calo d’es Mort, Formentera, Balearic Islands


This beautiful cove is an inlet located in the easternmost part of the Migjorn Bay that has the calmest bright blue waters.

  1. Playa de Torimbia, Llanes, Asturias


This tiny cove is located near the town of Llanes and is surrounded by cliffs full of vegetation which gives it an air of privacy.

  1. Playa de los Genoveses, Almeria, Andalusia


This beach is found in the Cabo de Gata Natural Park and in a bay of unequaled and cinematic beauty that has been the setting of many films.

Sand dunes of fine golden sand dotted with prickly pear and pita plants stretch for miles.

  1. Playa de las Catedrales, Ribadeo, Galicia


This beach near Ribadeo is best known for its Gothic-like towering rock formations that the waves of the Atlantic have formed into arches and chambers that are best appreciated at low tide. To access the beach in summer, it is necessary to make a prior reservation.

  1. Platja des Coll Baix, Mallorca


Platja des Coll Baix in Mallorca is only accessible by boat or on foot through a lovely forest. This hiking trail is full of beautiful wild flowers and is perfect for bird watching. This crescent shaped beach sits below a sheer, wooded cliff that looks out to beautiful turquoise waters.

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  • minimum investment €500,000 in real estate
  • €2,000,000 capital investment in Spanish Public debt or;
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  • €1,000,000 deposit in a reputable Spanish bank or fund

A minimum investment €500,000 in Spain will not only buy you a prime real estate property but also the freedom of movement throughout the European Schengen area, excellent healthcare, world-class school and universities including the two if the best business schools in the world, a healthy lifestyle that is based on the Mediterranean diet and a relaxed, unhurried pace of life.