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The Spanish coastline is divided into thirteen incredibly diverse ‘Costas’ or coasts and we are able to offer a huge range of activities throughout each of them.


Costa Almeria (Coast of Almeria) - stunning and diverse; mountainous with rocky beaches and dunes, this coast lies in the South East corner of Spain

Costa Del Azahar (Orange Blossom Coast) - an unspoilt area with fine sandy beaches and a landscape filled with incredible fruit trees

Costa Blanca (White Coast) - filled with a variety of resorts; a popular holiday destination

Costa Brava (Rugged Coast) - rugged cliffs, hidden coves, quaint villages and small, picturesque beaches

Costa Calida (Warm Coast) - in the province of Murcia, the coast offers many kilometres of fine sandy beaches, some backed by dunes and pine forests 

Costa Cantabria (Cantabrian Coast)  - extraordinarily beautiful and historical beaches in Northern Spain  

Costa Dorado (Golden Coast) - long stretches of golden beaches, with clear, turquoise waters

Costa de la Luz (Coast of light) - part of the Andalusian coast, facing the sparkling Atlantic with fine, golden sands 

Coasta de Marisco (Shellfish Coast) - the rugged and picturesque coastline of the Galicia region

Costa del Sol (Sunshine Coast) - one of Spain's most popular holiday destinations, with wide sandy beaches, bustling resorts and beautiful Mediterranean climate

Costa Tropical (Tropical Coast) - the relaxed coastal region of of Andalusia, with small beaches and hidden coves to discover

Costa Vasca  (Basque Coast) - stunning, rugged coastline with windswept beaches, mountains and historical towns

Costa Verde (Green Coast) - a wild and rugged landscape and elegant seaside towns, in the northern part of Spain