Spain is one of the warmest countries in Europe and one of the most popular European holiday destinations. What is more, expect for its continental part, Spain has 13 wonderful islands in two archipelagos: Canary and Balearic. Beautiful weather, countless monuments, but above all, wonderful beaches and stunning seashores attract millions of tourists every year. I have gathered here the most beautiful beaches of Spanish islands and made a list that will inspire you for your next holiday expedition.

Alcudia, Majorca

Alcudia is one of the most popular holiday resorts in Majorca. The longest beach on the island is about 10 kilometers long! It is also worth visiting Alcudia due to its charming old town full of narrow cobbled streets and historic Roman houses. Nice beaches in Alcudia: Platja Gran, Alcanada, Coll Baix.

Calvia, Majorca

Calvia is a municipality of Majorca and a town of the same name. There are many beautiful beaches in the Calvi area: Cala Fornells, Caló de ses Llises, Playa Cala de Santa Ponça. That is a place where you have combined beautiful weather, breath-taking views and delicious cuisine rich in seafood.

Playa del Ingles, Canary Islands

Playa del Ingles is the largest resort on the island of Gran Canaria. It is a city of eternal summer and fun. The choice of hotels, restaurants, pubs, discos is huge – everyone will find something for themselves. The sun shines here 365 days a year, but the breeze blowing from the sea makes it never too hot. The biggest advantage of Playa del Inglés is the wide and sandy beach.

Corralejo, Fuerteventura

Corralejo is the largest resort in Fuerteventura. The main attraction of Corralejo is the beaches, the largest of which is over 10 kilometers long praising for its bright and clear sand and a very gentle descent to the ocean. Part of the beach is just next to the town whereas the rest is wild, though equally beautiful. Dunes surrounding the beach have been designated as a nature sanctuary. The waters around Corralejo are exceptionally clear and have an intense blue shade.

Pajara, Fuerteventura

There are several beautiful beaches in the Pajara in Fuerteventura. On the east side, the beaches are white and sandy with calm waters. On the west, the waves are higher and the sand is volcanic black. The city is worth visiting not only because of the beautiful beaches but also for stunning historic church Iglesia de Virgen de la Regla. Definitely must see!

Puerto Del Carmen, Lanzarote

Puerto Del Carmen is the largest resort on the island of Lanzarote. The beaches of Puerto Del Carmen are exceptionally beautiful – sandy, wide and stretching for miles. The town also offers excellent conditions for water sports and exciting nightlife.

Formentera, Balearic Islands

The fourth largest island of the Balearic Islands south to Ibiza boasts beautiful beaches, the best of which are the Mitjorn beach and the Ses Illetes beach in the north. The waters washing these beaches are insanely turquoise. A romantic destination for a holiday with your partner where everything is more than fine.

Maspalomas, Canary Islands

Maspalomas is a town located in the southern part of the island, where the most beautiful beaches of Gran Canaria stretch. The long and sandy beach of Maspalomas extends from the old lighthouse called Faro de Maspalomas to the neighboring beach called Playa de Ingles. The stunning 400-hectare dunes on the side of the beach are a great tourist attraction. In Maspalomas, you will never get bored as it offers many opportunities for leisure and fun at the beach and in the town.