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Vamos a la Playa: Spanish Beach Vocabulary

Maybe it’s still beach weather by you, or maybe you’re dreaming of warm and sunny days by the water. No matter the season, it’s always a good time to learn Spanish beach vocabulary to plan your future trips. Pay attention to these common words and phrases and try to use them the next chance you get.

Why learn Spanish beach vocabulary?

If you’re planning on going to a beach in a Spanish-speaking country, or even a Spanish-speaking part of the United States, knowing some key words are crucial to navigating the planning portion of your vacation and your time there. It’s important to be able to read signs, as well as understand directions and rules.

Additionally, if you’re a social butterfly and want to make friends, or maybe you want to practice your speaking skills, knowing how to talk about where you are is a great skill. Also, if you want to tell someone about a past or future trip in Spanish, you’re going to need these beach words!

Common beach vocabulary in Spanish

  1. La arenasand
  2. Las gafas de solsunglasses
  3. El mar sea
  4. La mareatide
  5. El océanoocean
  6. Las olaswaves
  7. La orillashore
  8. Las sandaliassandals
  9. El/La socorrista ; el/la salvavidalifeguard
  10. El solsun
  11. La sombrillabeach umbrella
  12. La toallatowel
  13. El traje de baño bathing suit

Key verbs to memorize

  1. Broncearseto tan
  2. Hacer surfto surf
  3. Nadarto swim
  4. Pescarto fish
  5. Tomar el solto sunbathe

Animals you might see at the beach

  1. Las algasalgae
  2. La ballenawhale
  3. El cangrejocrab
  4. El delfíndolphin
  5. La focaseal
  6. La langostalobster
  7. La medusa- jellyfish
  8. El pezfish
  9. El tiburón- shark

With these basic Spanish beach vocabulary words, you’ll be able to tell your friends all about your favorite things to do at the beach. Are there other common words that you’ve heard, or other words you want to learn? Let us know in the comments!

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