Where can I find a non-touristy beach in Spain?
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Where can I find a non-touristy beach in Spain?

Forget the Costa Dorada and Brava with their high-rise hotels and crowded beaches. Instead visit these four beautiful beaches, to experience authentic Spanish beach life – without all the tourists. 

The versatile Costa de la Luz

Situated between the immensely popular Costa del Sol and the Portuguese Algarve, this is an incredibly beautiful and versatile coastline. One day you lay back and relax on a sun lounger, the next you’ll enjoy a long walk on the beach. Or have a glass of wine in one of the pretty villages. But for the more active people amongst us, there’s plenty of space to fly a kite too.

Surf city Tarifa

The on-shore wind and waves are trademarks of Tarifa. Therefore, the must-visit place for kite surfers. Relaxed and just a stone’s throw from Morocco. Grab your kite and visit Tarifa’s stunning coastline, for an unforgettable and laid-back holiday.

Costa Cádiz

The Spanish port of Cádiz is a place where you can find plenty of tradition. As well as beautiful architecture and nature. This is why Cádiz is considered a hot spot. Explore the stunning Park Genoves. Enjoy the quiet and beautiful beaches of Los Caños de Meca. The nicest tapas you can eat in the historical town centre. Nothing but authenticity!

Zahara de los Atunes

Zahara de los Atunes is a fish lovers’ paradise: known for the tastiest tuna. The small city is situated between beautiful bays with the clearest of water. Can you imagine yourself enjoying a great tuna steak, after a day sat on the pretty beach of Playa Arroyo del Canuelo? We can.