Spaniards’ favourite spring destinations

by Lorraine Williamson
beach destinations this spring in Spain

The beaches of Ses Illetes on Formentera, El Silencio in Pontevedra, and Bolonia in Cadiz are the Spaniards’ favourite destinations for a trip this spring, according to online travel agency eBooking. Spaniards have flocked to enjoy Spain’s more than 8,000 kilometres of coastline in the wake of the pandemic. 

Papagayo beach on Lanzarote

Papagayo beach on Lanzarote

Travellers looking to enjoy the Spanish islands this spring may choose one of the following beach destinations;

  • Ses Illetes on Formentera
  • Papagayo beach on Lanzarote
  • Cofete on Fuerteventura, an unspoilt beach with a coastline of over 14 kilometres.
another favourite beach destination this spring

Cofete on Fuerteventura


At this time of year, the average price of accommodation is around €200-€250 for three nights for two people. This is according to  


Favourite beaches in northern Spain 

spring destinations in Galicia

Rodas beach, Galicia

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However, you may decide to spend your time on one of the beaches in northern Spain. If so, one popular destination this spring, is Rodas beach, in Galicia’s Atlantic Islands National Park. This is one of the 16 National Parks in Spain and includes the islands of Ons, Cíes, Sálvora and Cortegada. The Guardian newspaper declared it the best beach in the world in 2007.


Another popular destination in Galicia is La Lanzada beach, in Pontevedra, which is especially popular with water sports enthusiasts, such as snorkelling and scuba diving. In Cudillero (Asturias), located in a bay between two cliffs, El Silencio beach is one of the region’s favourites because it is surrounded by rock formations that make it a practically untouched beach. The average price of accommodation, according to, is around €150-€200 for 3 nights for two people.  

beach destinations

El Silencio beach, Asturias

Huelva spring beach destination

Matalascañas beach, Huelva

Favourite beaches in the south of Spain 

The south is also always a good option for tourists. In Almonte (Huelva) there is Matalascañas beach, a vast beach of fine, white sand just over five kilometres long, and in Tarifa (Cadiz) the Bolonia beach is a favourite, one of the few unspoilt destinations this spring.

Also read: Top Blue Flag Spanish beaches


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