Spanish Word for seaside  

English Word: seaside

Spanish Word: costa
The Spanish Word for seaside
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Translated sentences containing 'seaside'
We have rented an apartment on the seaside.
Hemos alquilado un apartamento en la playa.
We holidayed at the sea-side.
Hicimos vacaciones en la costa.

   I was on holiday, bathing at the seaside.
   Estaba de vacaciones, bañándome en la playa.
I went to the seaside and got a nice tan.
Fui a la playa y me puse moreno.
The tsunami destroyed the coastal and seaside economy.
El tsunami destruyó la economía costera y marítima.
This comprised two large buses going to the seaside once a year with 150 people aboard.
La excursión se hacía en dos grandes autobuses que una vez al año llevaban a unas 150 personas a la orilla del mar.
The joint text now provides for the sea-side continuation of transport infrastructure, in accordance with the 'road to sea' concept, which includes the integration of seaports and short-sea shipping.
La propuesta de compromiso incluye ahora la actualización del transporte hasta las costas marítimas según el concepto road to sea . Ésta comprende también la inclusión de los puertos marítimos y el ámbito del transporte marítimo de corta distancia.
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