- By lisa
- On Nov 30, 2018
- Travel Tips
Although some of the most popular resorts in Spain can get pretty busy during the high season the good news is there is more than enough beaches and holiday deals to go around.
TOP BEACH ACTIVITIES
Sunbathing, swimming, and surfing emerge as the favourite activities, especially on the sunny southern beaches and the Spanish Islands where the sea is clear and warm. Beaches in Spain are home to all sorts of fun and active attractions.
Windsurfing, kite surfing, scuba diving, boat and pedalo hire, beach volley ball, fishing trips, water skiing and so much more is available on beaches in the major resorts. Tarifa in the south of Spain has become a mecca for windsurfers from all over the world and is now regarded as one of Europe’s top wind and kite surfing destinations.
OFF BEACH ACTIVITIES
Spain has a very rich cultural heritage that is reflected in the language, cuisine, and way of life. While visiting the coastal towns to enjoy the pleasure the beaches offer, you can also visit the nearby towns and villages to enjoy the diverse Spanish gastronomy as well as interact with the friendly locals.
Away from the beach life there are a myriad of sports activities to suit the whole family. Golf in Spain attracts a large number of golfers due to the incredible climate and around 4.000 golf courses, some of which are the ranked in top 50 golf courses worldwide.