The Best Beaches in Cabo de Gata Almeria

If you plan to take a vacation to Spain or do so in the future, visiting the beach should be high on your to-do list. Add a trip to the beaches of Cabo de Gata. This is a natural park located in the southeastern part of Spain.

This park boasts many beaches that are still in their natural state. Each beach has its own peculiarities that make it different from the others.  A trip there promises you a time of both fun, adventure, and lounging in the sun.

1. You don’t have to stress yourself on how to make reservations to visit this region.

Holiday travel companies can help you do that without any stress. Take Booking, for instance. This travel company helps people to make reservations in any city, town, or region vacationers or tourists would like to visit. Be it in a hotel, motel apartment, or Bread and Breakfast joint. They have access to numerous lodgings around the world. Their reach spans over 226 countries of the world. They also have packages that involve visiting other beaches in Spain.

Let’s see the best beaches in Cabo de Gata.

2. Playa de Los Muertos

Playa de Los Muertos has a width of  30-60 km and a length of 1,160km, this is one of the most famous beaches in the park. A walk on the fine white sands of the beach relaxes your feet. The clear blue-green waters give off a relaxing effect over your whole body.

The beach was named because the waves used to wash the dead bodies of seafarers ashore. It’s a mixed settings type of beach, so don’t be surprised to see some nudity at some point.

3. Playa de los Genoveses

It is located near a system of dunes and surrounded by a network of small hills, giving off a beautiful backdrop for the waters around it. The island is full of virgin sands, creating a certain desert-like wildness.

The highest volcanic extrusion, called the Mórron de Los Genovese, on the island stands at 85 meters above land. Highly secluded to give you the amount of privacy and silence you need. But in summer, during the outpour of tourists, you get to share some space.

4. Playa de Monsul

Another tightly secluded beach in the park. It is separated from the playa de Genoveses by some hidden coves. The dunes around it have a rugged look that makes it look magical enough for filmmakers to film there.

The playa de Monsul has seen the big screen in movies like Indiana Jones and the Lost Crusade, Lawrence of Arabia, and others.

5. Playa de las Salinas

Playa de las Salinas is the largest of all the beaches with a length of  2,500km and a width of 100 meters, fine sand full of pebbles, and easily accessible compared to the others. It’s a favorite for families because of the availability of facilities in the nearby towns and villages. Also, the presence of means of transportation to take you there.

At Cabo de Gata, you can choose which beach to visit depending on what you seek. Be it some quiet time and solitude or a fun day on the beach with family and or friends. The park is also full of places to explore and fun facts about nature.