Map of east coast of Spain
Detailed map of east coast of Spain. Map of east coast of Spain (Southern Europe - Europe) to print. Map of east coast of Spain (Southern Europe - Europe) to download. Many visitors to the Spanish east coast on the Mediterranean go no further than Barcelona. A few might find a cheap flight to Valencia. The rest head straight to a beach resort. But there is a lot more to Spain east coast than these places. Cuenca as its shown in the map of east coast of Spain is two hours drive from the sea, so it can not really be described as on the east coast of Spain, but it takes less than an hour to get from Valencia to Cuenca by high-speed train, and it counts as an essential stop on your itinerary. Alicante, the third-largest city on Spain east coast, has a great tapas scene and a convenient airport.
The AP-7 motorway brings you to the famous Costa Blanca, the White Coast, includes a variety of characterful resorts. The coast here is studded with fishing villages of whitewashed houses and lovely beaches, with plenty of beautiful views to take photos of. From north to south of Costa Cálida as its mentioned in the map of east coast of Spain, some of the most interesting spots are San Pedro del Pinatar, San Javier, and Cabo de Palos where you can enjoy time on the beach by the peaceful lagoon of Mar Menor, with all sorts of amenities close by. Meanwhile, you can find unspoilt nature in Calblanque Regional Park and on the coast from Águilas to Mazarrón, with the unlikely-looking rock formations of Bolnuevo and the landscape of Puntas de Calnegre.
Valencia is the second largest city on the east coast of Spain, after Barcelona. You should reserve at least a day to see it, explore its City of Arts and Sciences and its medieval quarter, and enjoy a paella beside the sea. To the north is Sagunto and its Roman theatre. To the south as you can see in the map of east coast of Spain, long sandy beaches stretch down the coast, and you could spend a day or two swimming and sunbathing in towns like Cullera and Gandía. Almería province, in Andalusia, here the coast is full of secluded little coves, surrounded by desert landscapes.Destinations like Mojácar, Níjar, Carboneras, and Cabo de Gata - Níjar Natural Park all have fantastic beaches.