An attractive holiday destination because of its wide appeal and beautiful landscapes, Spain is a land of vibrance with its people famous for their passion for life. From the tranquillity of quaint rural villages and beautiful beaches, to the sheer energy of cities like Madrid and Barcelona, you get an unbeatable and varied mix. Whether it’s a sunny island, a glamorous resort with superb facilities or a lively city, Spain has it all.
Destinations in Spain
Scattered in the Mediterranean off eastern Spain, the Balearics are an island cluster known for their sparkling coastlines, wonderful climate and iconic nightlife.
Famous for its wonderfully predictable year-round sunshine and beautiful coastline, the Canarian archipelago is a popular escape for an out-of-season break.
Stretching across Spain’s spectacular south eastern coastline, the Costa Blanca is one of Europe’s most-loved holiday destinations.
Fringing the southern shores of Andalucia in Spain, the Costa del Sol is a sprawling stretch of sun-soaked coastal resorts.
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You can spend a week relaxing in one of the Costa del Sol’s glamorous resorts – Puerto Banus or Marbella – renowned for their luxury yachts, golf courses, plush marinas and boutiques.
Alternatively, you can sample one of the islands, such as the beautiful Balearics, a group of islands rightly known for their breathtaking scenery and attractive climate. The island of Mallorca is home to a number of top-class hotels and award-winning restaurants, while unique Ibiza offers a heady mix of beautiful beaches, trendy restaurants and vibrant nightlife.
Off the coast of Africa and blessed with year-round sunshine, the island of Tenerife is an excellent place to escape to during our winter months. Although the beaches and warm waters are its main appeal, it has many other attractions to engage, excite and entertain, including the emergence of a new breed of deluxe hotels.
Another of the Canary Islands, Lanzarote has some stunning volcanic features and beautiful white beaches in areas such as Playa Blanca. Fuerteventura is the second largest island and the closest Canarian island to the African coast.