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Holidays to Spain

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    Sun, sea and sangria await you in Spain. Whether you’re looking for a beach getaway or city break, Spain has something to offer every discerning traveller.

    Head to Barcelona, where you can appreciate famous architect Gaudi’s work, or top up your tan in the Canary Islands - Gran Canaria and Lanzarote boast particularly beautiful beaches. For something more relaxing, a holiday to the Balearic Islands is a perfect choice.

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    Places to visit in Spain

    Costa del Sol

    Costa del Sol

    Hugging the southernmost tip of Spain, the Costa del Sol is a vibrant holiday destination, perfect for couples, groups and families. Whitewashed villages trickle down the hilly landscape and modern, cosmopolitan resorts are sprinkled up and down the 161km of white sandy coastline.

    Who is it For:

    • Families:
      Kids will love the various zoos and waterparks on offer and the beaches are filled with activities for children.
    • Beach lovers:
      Spend all day relaxing on the beach with a good book and a cocktail in hand.
    • Night owls:
      Hit up one of the coastal bars for an unforgettable evening of cocktails, music and dancing.


    Volcanic Lanzarote is one of 7 islands in the Canarian archipelago. Puerto del Carmen, Playa de los Pocillos, Costa Teguise and Playa Blanca are the main resorts and have lots of hotels, restaurants and holiday activities to suit families and couples.

    Who is it For:

    • Beach lovers:
      The beautiful cascading beaches of soft golden sand are an ideal spot to catch some warm rays. The black volcanic beaches, though a little grittier and not as aesthetically pleasing, are often less crowded.
    • Nature lovers:
      Explore the spectacular rocky landscape that's been formed from a succession of volcanic eruptions.
    • Foodies:
      The restaurants around the coastline offer some exceptionally fresh seafood.


    What was once a tiny fishing port, Benidorm has evolved unfathomably to a coastal resort giant on the eastern coast of Spain.

    Who is it For:

    • Beach lovers:
      The long sandy coastline is lapped by the warm Mediterranean ocean, lending itself perfectly to sunbathing and watersports.
    • Groups:
      With lots of legendary bars and all night music, Benidorm is the ideal place to come with your friends for some fun in the sun and to dance until dawn.
    • Families:
      Many of the hotels and resorts are geared towards families, offering shallow children's pools, kids' clubs and family friendly entertainment.


    The largest of the Balearic islands, Majorca is the ideal combination of culture and relaxation. Warm, coastal resorts and immaculate coastlines are met with picturesque churches and an island steeped in history.

    Who is it For:

    • Culture vultures:
      Head to Palma and explore the massive Gothic Santa Maria Cathedral and meander the Arab fortress that is Almudaina Palace.
    • Beach lovers:
      Reminiscent of the Caribbean, Majorca is famous for having pristine, unspoilt beaches.
    • Night owls:
      Majorca has some lively resorts such as Palma Nova and the nearby infamous Magaluf.


    Experience beautiful beaches, clear seas and sumptuous restaurants with a holiday to Tenerife. The largest of Spain's Canary Islands, off West Africa, it's dominated by the country's tallest peak, Mount Teide, a dormant volcano.

    Who is it For:

    • Beach lovers:
      When it comes to gorgeous beaches in Tenerife, you can take your pick.
    • Night owls:
      Hit one of the local bars and clubs and party until sunrise.
    • Thrill seekers:
      Climb Mount Teide, Spain's largest active volcano.

    Good To Know

    Languages: The most commonly spoken language is Spanish. Fun Facts: Spanish is the second most popular language in the world.


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