Spain Beaches, Spain Painting by Teresa Dominici, Title: Marbella, Spain

Marbella, with its miles upon miles of coastline, boasts of crystal clear waters, top rate beach facilities and the luxurious marinas and yachts. There is the Golden Mile and Puerto Banus – where swimming and other water sports activities are distinct pleasures.
Costa Del Sol end up being seduced by its attractive towns and villages, many with quiet coves, kilometers of clean sand, unusual natural settings and the Mediterranean sea, perfect for swimming and all sorts of water sports. Any spot on the Malaga coast is perfect to enjoy the good weather, peace and quiet, cool streets and squares, friendly local people and delicious flavors of the finest fish in a variety of dishes – an essential ingredient in the light, exquisite local cuisine.

Majorca is an island that measures almost 80 kilometers from one end to the other, outstanding for its diversity. It has 550 kilometers of coast, where you will find some of the Mediterranean's most beautiful coves and beaches: white sand beaches with a full range of services, as well as small coves set between cliffs and pine groves in the north of the island. Its clean, crystal clear waters are ideal for bathing and for water sports such as scuba diving, water skiing, windsurfing, fishing, sailing and surfing. 

Costa Vasca, the coastal area of the Basque Country: 252 kilometers washed by the Cantabrian Sea and dominated by intense shades of blue and green. Here, amidst the mountains, estuaries, cliffs and nature reserves there are broad beaches of fine, golden sand, the perfect setting for surfing, kayaking and sailing. There are also villages with maritime atmosphere, country mansions, monuments, museums...