SUN AND BEACH
Urban and boisterous beaches, peaceful ones, isolated coves, lively beach bars, aquatic sports and still walks on the seashore. Those and hundreds of natural areas immersed in a gentle weather are just some of the possible plans for your perfect sun and beach day. Enjoy your deserved holidays by the sea with Avexperience.
Nature has provided Alicante with a large number of beaches which are one of its main tourist attractions because of the quality of the water and the sand, and the beautiful settings surrounding them. They receive every year the acknowledgment of the European Union with the Blue Flags award which provide them with a deserved international prestige.
Besides the services provided (health services, hotels, restaurants and cafes, leisure places, public transport access, etc.), most of them also have lifeguard services during the summer season, as well as leisure-pedagogical areas for people with a mental disability and accessible places for people with a physical disability.
The most outstanding beaches in Alicante are: El Postiguet, which is close to the centre of the city and opposite the castle, San Juan beach, the coves of Cabo de las Huertas and the island of Tabarca, the only inhabited island in the Region of Comunidad Valenciana.
Barcelona has the best urban beaches in the Mediterranean, stretching along a four kilometre strip on the coastline of the city. There are 10 beaches very close to the centre of the city, which can be accessed by metro or bus. All beach services run from March to November. The high season is from the 31st of May to the 28th of September approximately. Most of them have Wi-Fi access. Each beach has a unique feature.
Barceloneta beach is the most popular amongst visitors, and has the best public transport connections. It has three beach volleyball courts, a leisure area with a ping-pong table, a gym area and the Beach Centre. Nova Icaria is considered as one of the quietest in the city, very popular amongst families with children. Mar Bella has a children’s play area, a skateboarding area, volleyball courts, a nautical base and an area for naturism. There are also accessible areas, for assisted bathing. The city also offers many nautical activities, such as sailing courses.
You don’t have to travel very far if you want to enjoy a day at the beach in Malaga. The city is one of the few capitals in the world with the privilege of having 15 splendid urban beaches with all the necessary services and facilities to enjoy the beach any day at any time, with the maximum guarantees of quality, accessibility and safety.
Nature has been very generous with this European location. The mountains surrounding the city, with magnificent vegetation and natural parks, form a sort of protective screen, providing Malaga with an enviable microclimate with almost 3,000 hours of sun every year.
A stroll on the beach and sundown at Albufera
Valencia has a lot to offer and, just in the city centre, there are over 30 museums to make your visit as interesting and enjoyable as it can be. But if you have time, don’t leave without taking a walk on the long, fine sandy beaches and the Marina Real Juan Carlos I. Take a dip or a cruise in a catamaran, the best options for summer days!
The Mediterranean is waiting! Another interesting excursion is to Albufera, from where you can see the most spectacular sunsets in the city. Take a boat trip to discover one of the most valuable environmental and ecological sites in Europe.