Mediterranean Coasts & Beaches

With warm, calm waters and sunshine practically 365 days a year, it's no surprise that Spain's Mediterranean coast is a top destination for beach-goers in search of some fun in the sun. Spain's Mediterranean coastline is comprised of 11 individual coasts, from the city of Tarifa and the Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) eastward all the way to the Costa Brava (Wild Coast) and the French border.

The 1660-kilometer (1030-mile) Mediterranean stretch is dotted with an eclectic collection of massive tourist resorts, historical cities, quaint fishing villages and more beaches than you can possibly imagine!

It's no surprise that Spain's most popular tourist destinations lie along its Mediterranean coastline with the Costa del Sol, the Costa Blanca and the Costa Brava being among the most visited. Endless white sandy beaches and the idyllic Mediterranean climate mixed with typical Spanish culture and picturesque landscape make for the perfect getaway for holidaymakers and travellers from all corners of the world.

If you're a lover of sun, sea and sangria then this is the perfect place to begin your Spanish adventure!

The most famous coasts off the Mediterranean include:

- Costa Brava

- Costa del Sol

- Costa Blanca