Spain is a country with more than 5,000 miles of coastline, which makes it quite obvious that there are bound to be at least a number of beaches pretty enough to warrant international recognition. This Southern European Country gets flooded with tourists throughout the year due to its many tourist attractions, among which, its beautiful beaches definitely hold a leading role.
So whether you are looking for wide open beaches facing the Atlantic or secluded beaches on the Mediterranean, consider our guide before you go visiting any of them.
9Es Trenc, Mallorca
This beach is the closest to a virgin beach you can find anywhere in Europe, the type of beach that has a truly ‘wild’ feeling about it. People from all overt the world come to Es Trenc every year to enjoy its powerful waves, but don’t think for a second that it is an exclusive surfer destination. Situated in Mallorca’s windiest corner, Es Trenc is currently protected by law due to the fact that it is part of the Es Trenc-Solobar wetland reserve. brimming with natural beauty, the beach is renowned throughout Europe for its harsh yet beautiful scenery.