Islands of Spain – an interesting tourist route that combines several destinations. Rich history and color are combined with the resort component. Since the country of bullfights and flamenco consists of several regions with different cultural backgrounds, the sights here are for every taste.
Some islands are located quite close to the mainland, so the impact on their development is appropriate. Others side by side with the African coast and developed, among other things, under the influence of traditions that are alien to Europe. As a result, the world received an amazing combination – special zones of comfort and diversity, simultaneously moving in step with the time on the part of the infrastructure and not forgetting their origins.
The best resort islands of Spain for recreation and tourism
List of attractions, photos and description
Located in the Mediterranean. Part of the Balearic archipelago. The area exceeds 3640 km². Resorts: Santa Ponsa, Camp de Mar, Palmanova, Illetas and others. They differ in the level of elitism, but everywhere developed infrastructure. More than two hundred beaches. One of the largest and most equipped is Playa de Palma. There are many diving sites on the north coast. The national local dish, the coca, is a kind of pizza.
Located in the Atlantic Ocean. The largest island in the Canary archipelago. The area exceeds 2034 km ². Resorts are different in orientation: Puerto de la Cruz – for family holidays, Costa Adeje – for big fun companies, Playa de la Arena – for those who want to improve their health and
Located in the Atlantic Ocean. Part of the Canary Islands. The area exceeds 1,560 km². Almost half of the territory belongs to protected and protected areas. Resorts: Bahia Feliz, Puerto de Mogan, Puerto Rico and others. Entertainment: diving in the bay at the “Yellow Submarine”, visiting “Palmitos Park”, where one and a half thousand exotic birds live. Museums: Columbus House, Nestor Museum – Modernist Artists, Center for Contemporary Art.
Located in the Atlantic Ocean. The second largest among the Canary Islands. The area exceeds 1659 km². Resorts: Caleta del Fustes, Costa Calma, Playa Matorral, etc. Tourism infrastructure is not developed everywhere. More suitable for a quiet holiday. Several dozen beaches. The largest is the thirty-kilometer Sotavento. Sightseeing: Cueva del Llano Cave, La Oliva Village, Betancuria Museum and others.
Located in the Atlantic Ocean, part of the Canary archipelago. The area exceeds 845 km ². Resorts: Puerto del Carmen. Costa Teguise, Costa Teguise. The best beaches are located in the bay of Papagayo. Sights: Timanfaya Park, where the volcanoes that influenced the formation of the modern view and relief of the island are located, Castillo de San José – the building in the form of a fort, dating back to the 18th century, the Cactus Garden and others.
Located in the Mediterranean Sea, part of the Balearic archipelago. The area exceeds 571 km ². His name was made by numerous clubs, a place of entertainment for young people. There are big discos where DJs play electronic music. Resorts: Sant Antoni, Playa d’en Bossa, Talamanca, etc. The total length of the beaches is about 18 km. Nudist beach – Aigues Blanques. Sights: Old Town, Las Dalias Market, Mambo Club and others.
Located in the Mediterranean Sea, refers to the islands of the Balearic archipelago. The area exceeds 694 km². It is a biosphere reserve. Beaches about 120, popular – Kaya Anna and Son Bou. Resorts: Cala en Porte, Santa Galdana Bay and others. Sightseeing: Santa Agueda Castle, caves near the village of Cales Coves, stone structures of various shapes. The national local product is Cheese Maon cheese.
Located in the Atlantic Ocean, is part of the Canary archipelago. The area exceeds 708 km². Thanks to the volcanic ridge Cumbre Vieja, the island is divided into two sections with a different climate. The most popular resort is Puerto Naos, the most visited beach is Charco Verde. Sights: Dali street, the Church of the Holy Light built in the XVI century, the national park, Los Tilos – biosphere reserve.
Located in the Mediterranean. Refers to the number of one of the Pitiuz Islands. The area exceeds 83 km ². Popular beaches: Playa de Migjørn, Cala Saona, Playa Llevão. On any public beach is allowed to be nudists. Places to be visited: art galleries, wine farms, chapels and churches of different centuries, Arabic architectural complex, Estani des Peix lagoon.
Located in the Atlantic Ocean, is part of the Canary archipelago. The area exceeds 369 km². Popular resorts: Valle Gran Rey and Playa de Santiago. Sightseeing: Garajonai National Park, Torre del Conde – Gothic Tower, Los Organos – basalt columns, resembling organ pipes, etc. The island’s feature is “Gomer whistle” – a shepherd language that allows you to talk at long distances.
Located in the Atlantic Ocean, refers to the territory of the Canary archipelago. The area exceeds 29 km ². There are no full-fledged resort complexes, there are several guesthouses. There are only two settlements: Caleta del Sebo and little Pedro Barba. Nature is the only attraction of the area. The kitchen consists mainly of seafood dishes.
It is located in the Atlantic Ocean, the most western in the Canary archipelago. The area exceeds 268 km². It is a biosphere reserve. The peculiarity of the island is its natural pools, for example, Charco Azul and Charco Manso. Vineyards are common: varieties are unique in their own way, as they have adapted to the volcanic type of soil. Sights: The Club Punta Grande is the smallest hotel in the world, a baroque church, juniper forests.
Located in the Mediterranean Sea, refers to the islands of the Balearic archipelago. The area exceeds 11 km ². It is part of the Cabrera National Park. The castle of the same name is the main attraction. The port is the only fully equipped place on the island. The only entertainment – walking through the picturesque corners. There are ruins of ancient buildings.
Located in the Atlantic Ocean, refers to the territory of the Canary archipelago. The area exceeds 4 km ². There is no permanent population. Inaugurated as a tourist route since 1982, part of the national reserve. It has a unique set of plant species growing here. Paths for walking are clearly visible, it is impossible to get lost. There is a lighthouse and a restaurant.
Located opposite the coast of Pontevedra. The archipelago includes: Monte Agudo, Faro and San Martino. They are both a nature reserve and part of a national park. There is a limit on the number of tourists per day. There is a restaurant, a camping area, a shop. The most popular beach is Rodas. Many natural attractions.