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Escape to Paradise: 14 Stunning Spanish Beaches

With more than 3,000 miles of coastline and 60 islands, it’s no surprise Spain has charming, gorgeous seaside communities and jaw-dropping beaches to spare. In fact, Spain has the most blue flag beaches of any country, a marker for environmental, safety, and quality standards. But every village, city, island, and province also has its own draws, whether it’s the food and drink, the museums, or the festivals. There are dozens of spots to choose from, with universally known metropolises like Barcelona and quaint towns like Cadaqués, but here are 14 of our favorites. Europe may not be on the table for Americans this summer, but you can still whip out your travel journal and start planning your dream vacation to these seaside locales, now.

Málaga:
Málaga is more than where you fly into before your Andalusian road trip. Once home to Pablo Picasso, the city is a cultural hotspot, and we’re not just talking about the museum dedicated to the legendary artist. For starters, see what’s playing at the Cervantes Theater, a must-stop for national flamenco stars and global ballet legends alike. But it’s not all about what’s happening in the city-center. Read more…

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