5 paradises to breathe the purest Mediterranean breeze

There are many beaches and coves along our Mediterranean coast, but today we have decided to talk about those which, for us, are little pieces of heaven that we should all know. These are true Mediterranean paradises that are worth visiting.

Unspoiled Mediterranean paradises for your bucket list

Cala Pola, Girona

Cala Pola, Girona.

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We start with this small cove surrounded by nature which is 6 kilometers from the centre of Tossa de Mar. With only 75 meters long and about 15 meters wide, this sandy area is characterized by being frequented by tourists from the adjacent campsite and by offering trips in small boats to see the seabed and other coves in the surrounding area.

Calblanque Beach, Murcia

Calblanque Beach, Murcia.

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Located in a natural park with the same name, near Cartagena, this beach is among our selection of Mediterranean paradises for offering a natural environment rarely visited and of great beauty. If you visit this sandy area, we recommend you to go to the impressive cliffs that are in this same protected area.

Los Muertos Beach, Almería

Los Muertos Beach, Almería.

Los Muertos Beach, Almería. | Shutterstock

At 5 km. from Carboneras we find this idyllic place characterized by its fine stone surface and its crystal-clear waters. It is an ideal beach for diving or simply to spend a day of peace. Access is somewhat complicated but worthwhile, but do not forget to bring water and food, as it has no service.

Granadella Beach, Alicante

Granadella Beach, Alicante.

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About 20 minutes from Jávea we find this small gravel beach with breathtaking views that make it one of our essential Mediterranean paradises. Its blue waters make it ideal for diving and kayaking. It is worth noting that for two consecutive years it was chosen by several sources as the best beach on the Peninsula.

Caló des Moro, Balearic Islands

Caló des Moro, Balearic Islands.

Caló des Moro, Balearic Islands. | Shutterstock

We ended up in the jewel of the Mediterranean, the Balearic Islands. In this archipelago we find an enormous concentration of Mediterranean paradises, but we have chosen this cove of crystalline water sheltered between two rock walls. It is ideal for families, as it is not very deep, and we recommend you go there soon to find a spot, as it is slightly overcrowded.


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