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The spanish costas: Spain’s coasts. Beaches on the Spanish coasts

Опубликовано: April 28, 2023 в 6:31 am


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Orange Blossom Coast: A Spanish Costa You’ve Never Heard Of

Spain is known for its costas, the sandy strands that attract thousands of visitors seeking sun and sangria every year. But most people tend to head to the big hitters: the Costa del Sol, the Costa Brava and the Costa Blanca.

But of course these are just the bright and brazen names that have made it into international acclaim. Spain, with its more than 3000 miles of coastline, has plenty more shimmering sands, costas that perhaps you’ve never even heard of, and that the Spanish have managed to keep (largely) to themselves. At least until now.

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One of Spain’s unsung beachy stretches is the Costa del Azahar, or Orange Blossom Coast. It’s quiet, for now, but from September Ryanair will be flying in from London Stansted and Bristol to the costa’s once-white-elephant airport of Castellon. It was opened in 2011 at a cost of €150 million but has been flightless, save a handful of private planes, ever since.

So just what have the Costa del Azahar’s mainly Spanish visitors been keeping to themselves all this time?

Blissful beach hopping

On the Orange Blossom Coast you can beach hop all the way from Castellon to Vinaros, 50 miles north. Find a crowd in Benicassim? Simply head on north to Oropesa. Packed out in Benicarlo? Peniscola is just a few minutes’ drive away.

Peniscola is top pick for families, with water so shallow even the shortest of adults won’t be up to their knees until they’re a good 20m from shore. You’ll find sandcastles, buried padres and families playing bat and ball along the sands of Playa Norte here. Playa Sur can be slightly quieter, but this isn’t the place for chilling.

Playa del Pebret, in the Parque Natural de la Sierra de Irta is perfect for an escape. Relax among the dunes here and spot sea lilies in the ever-moving sands.

Vinaros also tends to be quieter, and is the best place for a beer with your toes embedded in the golden grains – it has a handful of bars right on the seafront (it’s common along this part of the coast for the road to divide the bars from the sands).

Don’t leave without checking out Playa de las Fuentes in Alcossebre, where freshwater springs bubble up through the sand and will swallow human limbs whole if you step into their ribbons of quicksand. Don’t worry, you’ll see them before they seize you.

Bold claims: the best seafood in Spain

Vinaros has a lofty reputation: it’s argued they have the best langoustines in Spain. This seems like a bold claim until you order lunch at Restaurante Bergantin, where plump, juicy langoustines are served up whole and grilled (a la plancha) with slices of lemon, as well as in any number of paella-style rice dishes. Try the rossejat con espardenyes, which comes with a Mediterranean sea cucumber that melts into the rice, and don’t leave without posing next to the giant langoustine in the square behind the bull ring.

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More creative seafood dishes are found on the menu of Casa Jaime in Peniscola, where beach and castle views accompany lunches served on the terrace and as much of the produce as possible is local. The chef here is an ex-fisherman and so he knows his stuff, cooking up galera (mantis shrimp) in croquettes and carpaccio of red prawns with three types of local olive oil.

For cheaper prices and only a slight diminishment in quality head to Benicarlo, where the strip of portside terraces serve up succulent squid, grilled razor clams and fideoa, a paella-type dish made with noodles instead of rice.

Castles in the sand

Forts and castles tend to enjoy lofty positions, but the one in Peniscola affords more beautiful views than most: down over the sandy isthmus that attaches the fortified old town to the coast.

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It also offers shady respite from hot summer days, its sturdy stone walls dividing church from great hall, stables from courtyard. Continue up onto the roof where smooth marble stretches off towards brilliant blue sea or sky in all directions.

Look out to sea and see if you can spot the volcanic Columbretes Islands, a semi circle of inhabited islets some 30 miles offshore. As you make your way back to beach level, stroll through the lush castle gardens and your nose will tell you why this coast deserves its name.

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Where are the best places to travel in Spain? See what locals say

Spain is one of the world’s most-visited countries, drawing more than 83 million travelers in 2019, according to the United Nations’ World Tourism Organization.

In terms of international arrivals, that makes it second only to France.

But the Spanish are also avid travelers within their own country, with nearly 93% choosing to travel within Spain in the first quarter of 2022, according to Spain’s National Statistics Institute.

From where to eat to new luxury hotels in Madrid and desserts celebrating different saints’ days in Barcelona, Spanish residents told CNBC where they love to go.

Northern Spain 

Spanish Hotelier Pau Guardans got to know his country as a child, when his family would spend vacations road-tripping in a red and white Volkswagen “Kombi” van, a popular bus-style vehicle in the 1970s.

Now, he likes to go on vacation to the Costa Brava region of Catalonia on Spain’s northeast coast.

“I would recommend visiting any of its beautiful ‘calas’ [coves] and eating in its ‘chiringuitos’ [beach bars] with good fish and rice dishes. In the interior, it is worth discovering the magnificent gastronomy of the area with products from the countryside,” he said.

The Val d’Aran in the Pyrenees mountains, a range that runs along the French-Spanish border.

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Guardans, founder of Unico Hotels, a luxury group that includes the Grand Hotel Central in Barcelona and the Principal Madrid, recommended eating at Can Salo, a restaurant in a 16th-century farmhouse in the village of Palau-Sator.

Further inland, he suggests Eth Triton, a restaurant in a valley in the Spanish Pyrenees called the Val d’Aran, for “good food in a family atmosphere — and a good wine cellar!”

Northern Spain is also home to two of the country’s wine regions. “For autumn trips, without a doubt, I love to visit the wineries in Ribera del Duero or La Rioja,” Patricia Alonso, a marketer living in Madrid, said in an email to CNBC.

The village of Brinas in the La Rioja region in northern Spain. The area has more than 500 wineries, around 80 of which welcome visitors.

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For summer, Alonso said she prefers the Asturias region along the Bay of Biscay, noting the sheltered Playa de Toro beach in the town of Llanes as a particular favorite.

Southern Spain

Alonso said she also loves the south of Spain, and the province of Cadiz is a favorite, known for its long sandy beaches, whitewashed towns and the sherry made from the vineyards surrounding the city of Jerez de la Frontera. Cadiz is part of the autonomous community of Andalucia, the region most visited by Spaniards.

Alonso recommended the popular windsurfing beach Valdevaqueros, close to the town of Tarifa, the southernmost point of Europe. She also likes Bolonia, a wide curve of pale sand with dunes, and the remains of Baelo Claudia, an ancient Roman town right by the beach.

Bolonia beach, close to the town of Tarifa, the most southerly point in Europe.

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The Cadiz province is also a pick for Fabian Gonzalez, the founder of travel conference Forward_MAD whose parents live close to the region’s capital city, which is also called Cadiz.

“Cadiz province has probably the best white sand and crystal water beaches in the Iberian Peninsula, as well as an incredible fish-based gastronomy. When in Cadiz province, a must is Casa Bigote restaurant, in Sanlucar de Barrameda, where you can try the best prawns in the world,” Gonzalez told CNBC by email.

Gonzalez also recommended the bluefin tuna at Taberna de el Campero in Zahara de los Atunes, a fishing village around an hour’s drive south of Cadiz city.

On the southeast coast, the town of Javea in the province of Alicante is a pick for Marina Valera, a social media manager living in Madrid. “Although it’s very crowded in the summer, Javea has a landscape that is worth the visit — it inspired the paintings of the famous Spanish painter Joaquin Sorolla, and Cristobal Balenciaga spent his last days there,” she told CNBC.

“It doesn’t have the usual flat landscape that you might think because of the Montgo, a mountain that dominates the skyline for miles around,” she added.

Enjoying paella by the sea is a must, Valera said. The chiringuito Montgo di Bongo is right on the beach, and its website boasts daily opening hours of 10:30 a.m. to sunrise. Valera suggested making a reservation well in advance.

The beach cove Cala Granadella in Alicante is popular with Spanish people. Locals advise going early in the morning or off-season to avoid crowds.

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“Right next to Montgo di Bongo, La Siesta … is the place to see and be seen with beautiful people, fancy decorations and dance music. If you prefer something more down to earth, my favorite is [Taverna] Octopus, a bar located on El Arenal beach with rock music and good vibes,” she added.

Valera’s tip for avoiding beach crowds? “I’d recommend going super early! And of course, September is better than July and August … I also prefer going to Benisero beach: as it is a pebble beach, it is not as comfortable as the sandy beach of El Arenal, but there are fewer people.”

What to do in Madrid

Alonso recommended Matadero Madrid, on the banks of the River Manzanares in Spain’s capital, an arts development in a former slaughterhouse and cattle market. She described it as having a “typical Spanish atmosphere,” in which visitors can enjoy a traditional cana — a small glass of beer.

The lobby of the Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid. The hotel, which is more than 100 years old, reopened after a three-year renovation in April 2021.

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Gonzalez, who lives around 20 kilometers (12.4 miles) outside Madrid, likes to stay in the city a couple of times a year, “as if I were a traveler,” he said, trying out hotels such as The Edition and the Four Seasons – both new to the city — or the recently restored Mandarin Oriental Ritz.

“Del Prado or Thyssen museums, the Musicals of Gran Via or an authentic flamenco show in El Corral de la Moreria are my best recommendations to enjoy the vibrant city like a local,” he said.

The Museo Del Prado holds Spain’s national art collection, while the nearby Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum houses Old Masters as well as modern art. El Corral de la Moreria has nightly flamenco shows with dinner options.

The Palacio Real (Royal Palace) seen in the background in Madrid.

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“Having brunch at Jardines de Sabatini aparthotel, which has one of the most beautiful views of the city, is a must,” Gonzalez added. The hotel’s roof terrace overlooks Madrid’s Royal Palace and has its own classic car museum.

What to do in Barcelona

Barcelona, where hotelier Guardans lives, is very popular with overseas visitors. To get oriented, he recommended seeing it from a high viewpoint to see that it’s “a small city surrounded by two mountains and the sea — with its old Roman quarter and its spectacular modernist ‘Ensanche’ district.

Ensanche, or Eixample, is notable for its octagonal block structure and grid-like appearance with a diagonal avenue running through it, while Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter is home to the remains of the Roman Temple of Augustus.

Residential buildings in Barcelona’s Eixample district.

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The Palau Nacional, or National Museum of Catalan Art, has a rooftop terrace included in its 2-euro ($2) entry price.

“Barcelona is a city that can be discovered very well on foot. It has a human scale, and its architecture is the best open-air museum. I would recommend getting lost through its beautiful streets, full of history,” Guardans said.

Several saints’ days are celebrated in Barcelona, and each comes with a commemorative cake.

During the festival of Sant Jordi (St. George), panaderias — or bakeries — are filled with pastries decorated with the red and yellow of the Catalan flag, for example. Guardans recommended La Colmena in the Gothic Quarter, which was founded around 1849, or the pastry shop Mauri, in Eixample, with its 1920s painted ceiling.

The Sant Medir Festival, known as a feast of sweets, is celebrated on March 3. Meanwhile, the Revetlla de Sant Joan, celebrated on midsummer’s eve (June 23 in 2023), is marked by bonfires as well as a bread-style cake, known as a coca de Sant Joan, that is made with candied fruit.

“You will have no choice but to come back to the city to continue savoring their exquisite desserts!” Guardans said.

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The match is over!

The Spaniards of the Costa Rica team inflicted a phenomenal defeat. They obviously came to this World Cup for a trophy. nine0003

Spain are finishing this match in attack, they are unlikely to score more, but they are trying.

This is officially the biggest rout at this World Cup. Before the match between Spain and Costa Rica, England won the biggest victory over the opponent in the game with Iran (6:2).



He scores the seventh, just think, the SEVENTH Spanish goal in this game. Fantastic attack from the team.

The referee added eight minutes to the second half. nine0003



Spain’s Soler just lost to the defenders and Williams gave him a pass to empty space. Shooting the goalkeeper and a goal!


The young Spaniard Gavi broke through on the flank, but the defender knocked the ball out of him beautifully in a tackle.

The Spanish national team had a couple more attacks, but everything rests on the defense of Costa Rica.

Costa Rica’s last substitution

For Brian Oviedo the torment is over, but for Ronald Matarrita everything is just beginning! nine0343

The Costa Rica attack ends as quickly as it begins. The players of the American team are no longer on the field, most likely they are mentally preparing for the next matches.

Spain has total control of the ball. Percentage of ownership space 83/17 in favor of the Europeans.



With a pass from Spain’s Morata, 18-year-old Gavi hits hard and scores! Fantastic, the Spaniards left absolutely nothing from Costa Rica. nine0003

Gavi (18 years and 110 days) is the youngest scorer in the World Cup since 1958, when Pelé scored in the Swedish 1958 World Cup final at the age of 17 years and 249 days.

And one more replacement, but in Costa Rica.

Celso Borges leaves the field, but for Brandon Aguilera, the game has just begun.

The Spanish team continues to attack, Costa Rica has completely stopped playing. The team fell apart.

Spain’s last substitution.

Marco Asensio is leaving the field to be replaced by Nico Williams. nine0003

First yellow card of the match. It is received by the Costa Rican football player Calvo for a rough tackle. The judge is absolutely right.

Spain’s first goal scorer Olmo threw the ball into the center of the penalty area, but the defenders quickly took it out and averted the threat.

Another double substitution for Spain, the coaches decided to rebuild the game.

Age Jordi Alba and Sergio Busquets go to rest.

Alex Balde and Koke will replace them on the pitch.

Spain’s fresh striker Morata broke through to the opponents’ goal and delivered a powerful blow. But the ball went over the outside of the net. nine0003

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The tour price includes

Accommodation – 7 nights in a 3* hotel with breakfast (double occupancy)


Hand luggage – hand luggage no more than 8 kg

Air flight Riga – Barcelona – Riga


Luggage up to 23 kg

Passenger taxes


Escort throughout the trip

Excursion and transport package

Excursion to Girona and Figueres


Tour of Barcelona


Tour to Montserrat


Transfer airport – hotel – airport


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Excursions are paid locally


“Author’s tour along the Costa Brava”

39. 00€

Excursion trip to Cadaqués and Collioure




1 day

Meeting at the Riga airport (see the exact time 2 days before the trip on our website, in the section: “for customers – departure of tours”).
Flight Riga – Barcelona (~11:00-13:40).
Arrival in Barcelona. Departure to the hotel on the coast Costa Brava / Costa del Meresme. Accommodation, rest.
On request, we offer dinner at the hotel (surcharge).
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 2

Breakfast. Free day at sea.
In the afternoon, on request, we offer “Author’s tour along the Costa Brava” (surcharge 39 €).
The beauty of this coastline, with its green coves with emerald water, is hard to overestimate. During the tour we will visit the city of Tossa de Mar, which is rightly called the pearl of the Costa Brava. The city to this day serves as a source of inspiration for poets and artists. We will walk along its ancient streets and enjoy the breathtaking views from the height of the 11th century fortress.

Then we will visit the elite area of ​​the city of Blanes – San Francisco (Saint Francis), located around the bay of the same name. The name of the area was given by a small elegant church with a viewing platform from which you can admire the sea views. nine0003

You can also take a walk along the coast along the former patrol road of the 18th century “Cami de Ronda”. Nearby is the largest and most significant botanical garden of Marimurta on the Costa Brava, which, if desired, can be visited (admission fee is paid additionally ~ 8 €).

Return to the hotel.
On request, we offer dinner at the hotel (surcharge).
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 3

Breakfast. Free day at sea.
On request, we offer dinner at the hotel (surcharge). nine0343 Overnight at the hotel.

Day 4

Breakfast. Rest on the sea.

In the afternoon tour of Barcelona.
Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, a magnificent European city located in the northeastern part of the Mediterranean coast of Spain, which is famous not only for its beautiful medieval center, but also for its extraordinary Art Nouveau buildings – the creations of Antoni Gaudí and other eminent architects. Our combined city tour will begin with an external inspection of the Sagrada Familia temple. This is not just a temple, it is a real visiting card of Barcelona. Among other buildings created by Antoni Gaudi, we can note the Casa Mila House, which the locals call La Pedrera (“Stone Quarry”), we will also see it during the tour. nine0003

Continuing our tour of Barcelona, ​​we will find ourselves on the Paseo de Lluís Companys alley leading to the exhibition areas in Ciutadella Park, where the main attraction is the Arc de Triomphe.

We will climb the highest point in Barcelona, ​​Mount Tibidabo. You can admire the city from a height of 530 m and visit the modernist Church of the Sacred Heart (the cost of climbing the tower of the church is 5 € paid on request).

In your spare time, we recommend walking along La Rambla, Barcelona’s main pedestrian street, and buying some souvenirs. nine0343 Return to the hotel.
On request, we offer dinner at the hotel (surcharge).
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 5

Breakfast. Rest on the sea.

In the afternoon sightseeing trip to Montserrat.
Montserrat is more than a thousand rocks that create a unique view and enchant with their landscapes. The mountain range was formed several million years ago and turned into bizarre fantastic figures created by nature. Thanks to the imagination of local residents, unusual peaks were named depending on what they look like – “Elephant Trunk”, “Mummy”, “Skull”, “Bernard’s Horse”, “Guardian” … These places gave rise to many different legends. One of them says that the bizarre shapes of the rocks are the creation of angels who descended from heaven to make the landscape of the mountain range more interesting and for this they sawed the tops of the mountains with golden nail files. Montserrat in translation means “sawn mountain”. But the uniqueness of the mountain is not only in the beauty of the unusual relief, but rather in the fact that it houses the Benedictine monastery of Montserrat (Monasterio de Montserrat). This is a functioning monastery with almost a thousand years of history. And to this day, it is a spiritual symbol of Catalonia – monks live in it, performing daily worship. nine0343 During the tour you will learn the history of the monastery, hear many interesting legends about how the monastery came into being and about the miracles associated with the statue of the Black Virgin.
Ride the steep slopes of Montserrat on the “cremalier” (cog railway). In your free time, you can visit the basilica and hear the mesmerizing performance of the boys’ choir, bow to the main attraction of the monastery, the Black Madonna, which the Catalans affectionately call the Dark One. You will have the opportunity to visit the monastery museum, buy souvenirs and taste Spanish liqueurs. There are many picturesque hiking trails around the monastery, where you can walk and see ancient chapels and sketes, interesting religious sculptures and amazing mountain landscapes. Hiking around the surroundings of the monastery is the best opportunity to experience all the beauty of these places and enjoy the local unique landscapes. nine0343 Return to the hotel.
On request, we offer dinner at the hotel (surcharge).
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 6

Breakfast. Rest on the sea.

On request, we offer excursion trip to Cadaqués and Collioure (extra charge 54 €).

During this excursion you will enjoy the beauty of the northern part of the Costa Brava and the Purple Coast of France.

We will visit one of the most beautiful seaside towns in Catalonia – Cadaqués, which, thanks to its beauty, has always had a magical attraction for creative people. The great Spanish artist Salvador Dali lived and worked in the city with his wife and muse Gala. Snow-white houses, picturesque streets full of flowers, olive groves, the scent of the sea, comfortable beaches and mountain peaks of the Pyrenees that surround the city will not leave you indifferent. nine0003

We will also visit the French town of Collioure, which is the pearl of the Purple Coast of France. Since time immemorial, the city has a tradition of painting houses in any color other than white. Salmon, ocher, pink, olive houses, combined with the color of the sky, the sea and the greenery of the vineyards, inspired the artist Henri Mathis and he created a new style of painting – “fauvism”. The city also has significant architectural monuments – the majestic Royal Castle, which began to be built by the Knights Templar, the Church of the Virgin Mary. nine0003

Return to the hotel.

On request, we offer dinner at the hotel (extra charge).

Day 7

Breakfast. Rest on the sea.

In the afternoon excursion to Girona and Figueres.
Girona is an old Spanish city in Catalonia. Its medieval quarters still keep the memory of the events that took place here over many centuries. It is not for nothing that this city is called fabulous: the petrified witch, who still frightens the local children, Saint Narcissus, who saved the city with the help of flies, the three-headed monster Gerio, Cocoyon, floating along the river – these are just some of the characters that you will learn about during a walking tour of quiet streets of the old town. nine0343 The city of Figueres is located in Catalonia and is the birthplace of Salvador Dali, the central square of the city is named after Gala and Dali. You will visit the Dali Theatre-Museum, designed by the artist himself (admission to the museum is paid additionally). In addition to the Dali Museum, Figueres has many other places of interest, such as: the Empordà Museum – the oldest of all local museums, opened in 1876, owning a collection of paintings, as well as interesting items from the Iberian, Greek and Roman periods. Figueres is a favorite place for gourmets: there are many excellent restaurants that appear in European guidebooks. nine0343 Return to the hotel.
On request, we offer dinner at the hotel (surcharge).
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 8

Breakfast. Release of rooms.
Departure to the airport. Flight Barcelona-Riga (~14:25-19:00).
Arrival in Riga.

Additionally, you can purchase

Pack of 7 dinners

70. 00€
If you are traveling alone, a mandatory supplement for single accommodation in 3* hotels 120.00€
If you are traveling alone, a mandatory supplement for single accommodation in a 4* hotel 135.00€
Supplement for departure from Tallinn

50. 00€

Additional charge

Tourist tax for hotel accommodation: 3* ~ 1€ / per person per day; 4* ~1.5 € /per person per day

Paid locally

Entrance fees to visited sites and entertainment events
Tourist tax, which is withheld from all tourists entering and staying in the country. The amount of the fee is determined by the administration of the local municipality of the given country.

Important information


See the exact departure time on our website in the “Departure of tours” section 1-2 days before the trip
The group leader has the right to change the days and times of the excursions without violating the tour program
The price of the tour may change due to the rise in airfare.
Free time is valid in the absence of unforeseen situations, traffic jams and other deviations from the schedule
For trips to the Schengen countries and the European Union, all passports of citizens of Latvia and non-citizens of Latvia must be valid until the end of the trip
For travel outside the Schengen and European Union, all passports must be valid for at least 6 months from the end of the trip
Passports of citizens and non-citizens of Latvia with a validity period of 50 years (issued before 11/19/2007) are not suitable for travel outside the Schengen area
Non-citizens of Latvia cannot travel outside Latvia with an ID card
Ryanair and Wizz Air do not provide accommodation next to each other on the plane.

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