Summer on Spain’s beaches

Would you like to enjoy sun and sand on your holidays? Then do so on magnificent beaches, choosing from a wide range of settings, with excellent complementary facilities. Discover the Spanish coast and you will see why it is the world’s second most popular tourist destination.
The coast of Asturias runs for 345 kilometres along the Cantabrian Sea: it is the Costa Verde (Green Coast). Come and discover this part of northern Spain. You will love its great climate and variety: broad, fine sand beaches, cliffs, small coves, sand dunes and protected nature areas, picturesque fishing villages, harbours with small fishing boats… The perfect place to enjoy.
Beaches with the Q for Quality award – Clean, safe, accessible and environmentally friendly. This is what Spain’s beaches are like, and for this reason they are the chosen destination for thousands of people every year. Their quality is recognised internationally. Did you know that Spain is the European country that received most blue flags in 2007? Some of them also have the demanding Q for Tourism Quality award. Come and discover what a first-rate coast is like – a coast with the Q award.
With almost 8,000 kilometres of coastline and 3,000 catalogued beaches, Spain is the perfect destination for those in search of sun and sand at any time of year. Proof of this lies in the thousands who return year after year. Here you will find a broad, varied array of attractions, with beaches offering a multitude of options for entertainment with the family, water sports and fun by day and by night.
Whichever region you choose, here you will find excellent facilities and clean, sandy beaches, with approved security services, excellent access and respect for the environment. All this is guaranteed by the quality certificates granted to Spanish beaches after evaluation of these parameters. The blue flag rating is the most widely known, but there are other highly prestigious, demanding systems also in place. These include the Q for Quality distinction, awarded by the Spanish Tourism Quality Institute (ICTE).

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