The best-selling Hidden Beaches series travels to Spain to discover its secret coastline and islands. Perfect for family explorers or campervan adventurers, this travel book combines photography and engaging writing with all the practical information you'll need to get off the beaten track, including maps, directions, GPS coordinates and walking times, plus recommendations for boat trips, adventures and the best campsites and eateries.
- Snorkel in the pristine Cies Islands, Spain's own Caribbean
- Discover the mythical secret cove of Atlantis in Ibiza
- Swim with dolphins and watch whales in the Gulf of Cadiz
- Jump from cliffs into natural sea pools in Cantabria
- Eat paellas, sea scallops and lobster stews in Andalucia
- Hike across mountains to wild deserted coves in Costa Almeria
- Follow smugglers' paths to hidden coves & caves in Costa Brava
- Swim and kayak through sea caves in Mallorca
- Find turquoise water and shell white sand in Menorca
Spain's 5000 km coastline is free to roam, and it has the richest flora and fauna in Europe. Shun the tourist hot spots and find easy-to-access local secrets, as well as some of the most beautiful wilderness coastlines in the world. Includes information about local geography and culture, plus 450 photographs and 17 detailed locator maps.
Lola Culsán is a half-Spanish former stand-up comic who teaches, writes, dances and swims. John Weller is a wild swimmer, photographer and travel writer. They regularly tour Spain in their campervan and have explored its entire 5,000 km coastline. When at home in London, they can often be found taking the waters on Hampstead Heath.
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