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Coast Spain


Spain has more blue flag beaches than any other country, and for good reason. They have more than 3,000 miles of coastline, and 60 separate islands. Every city, town, province, and island in Spain has its own individual highlights; be they food, drink, museums, or festivals. Well-known cities like Barcelona exist alongside smaller towns like Cadaqués. However, if you are looking for some specific spots to visit, here are 14 of our top picks. While Americans might not be considering Europe as a vacation destination this summer, you can still open up your travel journal and begin planning your dream vacation to these beautiful seaside places. The capital of Catalonia is loved for its Gaudí architecture, excellent shopping, cozy dance clubs, divine narrow streets, and delicious seafood paella. This gallery was last published in July of 2019, and has since been updated with new information. Spanning 2.8 miles, Barcelonas beautiful coastline is home to 7 beaches, each more beautiful than the next. The oldest of which is Sant Sebastia, located right next to the skyline-dominating W Barcelona hotel. This beach is busy all hours of the day and night and is filled with culture. Next down the list is Barceloneta beach, known for its flamenco dancer Carmen, who was born here. Lastly, Somorrostro beach, which is where many people like to hang out. How long is Spain’s coastline? Spain has a coastline that is 4,964 km long (3,084 miles), and is a Peninsula. Most of Spain is water surrounding, including the Mediterranean Coastline (1,038 miles), and the Bay of Biscay and Atlantic Ocean (2,234 miles). The Spain coastline is sectioned off into different regions, each with their own names. Lets take a look at the Spain coastline map to see all of the sections: Costa del Sol, Costa Brava, Costa Dorada are some of the more popular sections of the coast of Spain, but there are many more.


Costa Brava Spain Costa Brava