Sunny Holidays in Spain
With glorious sunny days and warm Mediterranean nights, Spain holidays are the perfect way to escape and unwind.
Whether you’re looking to sip sangria on a white sandy beach or explore the winding streets of a historic town, Spain offers something for everyone. In Barcelona, Gaudi’s famous architecture will be a sight for sore eyes, while Tenerife’s walking routes will take you back to nature. With a stunningly varied landscape on hand, historical wonders at every turn and plenty of places to experience the Spanish way of life, holidays to Spain are wonderfully diverse.
Beach Retreats and City Stays
To really make the most of the sun, base yourself in the southern region of Spain, where you’ll find a never-ending stretch of sandy coastline to kick back and relax on. The Costa Del Sol
and Costa Blanca
are some of the most popular spots where you’ll find a range of world class hotels along the beachfront. Of course, those who are looking for fun-filled nights will be at home in Ibiza
, where the party never stops.
For the ultimate city break, Spain’s capital, Madrid
, is a fantastic place to soak up Spanish culture at its best and is one of the best places in the country to tuck into some top-notch tapas. There’s also a fantastic array of historic sites and there are some top-notch tapas joints to offering up tasty cuisine. If you’re looking for the best of both worlds, Barcelona
is the go-to destination. With a stretch of golden sand on the doorstep of this cosmopolitan city, it’s a great place to combine a slice of exploration with relaxation to make the most of your Spain holidays..
Something for Everyone
Thanks to its gorgeous beaches, lovely weather and Spanish charm, it’s easy to see why Spain holidays are popular among all kinds of holidaymakers. Sunbathing weather can be enjoyed from mid-April – early October while the winter months are cooler, but are still relatively mild in the south. Families will find holidays in Spain flexible, and can have fun along the beach or make a splash at one of the water parks. Couples can escape the crowds and find more secluded coves, or take a romantic walk around historic streets before watching the sun go down.
For a truly diverse Spain holiday, head to Ibiza. The island is a Mecca for clubbers and nature lovers alike, thanks to its renowned club scene and gorgeous landscape, which recognises both its stunning architecture and colourful marine life. For city break fans, Madrid and Barcelona both offer the chance to explore the cosmopolitan side of Spain where there are plenty of historical sights to see and cultural pockets of wonder to be experienced.