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Holidays to Spain

Overview

Spain has long been the British holidaymaker’s best friend, and with good reason. Family-friendly and purse-friendly, Spain draws millions of tourists every year to its sunny beaches and beautiful cities. It may be just a few hours from the UK, but the tasty food, welcoming resorts and laidback way of life will take you a thousand miles away from your day-to-day stress.

Things to Do

For a fun-filled beach holiday, Spain has many options.  From the Costas of the east coast to the Balearic and Canary Islands, there are resorts to suit a family beach break, a romantic couples holiday or a group clubbing weekend. Barcelona is a go-to European city break conveniently located near the beach, and capital city Madrid has everything you need for a shopping weekend or foodie break.

Food and Drink

Spanish cuisine varies from region to region, but the Mediterranean diet is always packed with fresh vegetables, oils, grains and tasty seafood. Lunch is normally a long, leisurely affair and the biggest meal of the day with three courses often being consumed, while dinner is traditionally served late. Don’t worry though – most resorts cater well for international tourists so you’ll still be able to eat earlier if you wish.

LANGUAGE Spanish
CURRENCY Euro
TIME DIFFERENCE GMT +1
FLIGHT TIME 2-3 hrs
COST OF A BEER € 2
3 COURSE MEAL Around € 17.50

Top Resorts in Spain

Balearic Islands

Beautiful islands offering golden beaches and rich cultural heritage, alongside some of the best nightlife in Europe, check out the Balearic Islands for your perfect summer break!

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Barcelona

Brimming with culture, a holiday to Barcelona makes for sunny getaways that are guaranteed to create everlasting memories of fun in the sun.

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Canary Islands

The Canaries are made of seven different islands, each one offering unique attractions. The most popular islands for holidaymakers include Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote.

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Costa Almeria

With a hint of traditional Spain, dramatic scenery and one of the largest marinas in the med, Costa Almeria is still not as commercialized as other parts of the Spanish coastline.

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Costa Blanca

The golden sand coastline of Costa Blanca is an unforgettable holiday experience and stretches across 200 kilometres in total.

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Costa Brava

With modern tourist resorts and historic Spanish cities the Costa Brava remains a firm family favourite year after year.

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Costa Del Sol

Costa Del Sol is home to many of Spain’s popular resorts, including Marbella and Nerja. This holiday destination is idyllic and charming.

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Costa Dorada

With over 150 miles of golden sandy beach, the ‘Golden Coast’ of Costa Dorada is ideal for beach lovers!

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Madrid

As Spain’s capital city, Madrid is brimming with history and culture and is the perfect mix of old and new, with charming architecture and parks alongside modern shops, bars, and restaurants.

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Location of Spain

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