Sandy beaches, colourful fiestas and Balearic beats
On All inclusive holidays to Spain, you get your pick of sandy beaches, world–famous nightlife and fiery food. And with your basic costs covered, you can enjoy it hassle–free, too.
Whether you choose the Costa del Sol, the Balearic Islands or the Canaries, Spain is fantastic for round–the–clock fun. And, on an All inclusive holiday to Spain, your flights, hotel, food and drink are taken care of, which makes budgeting for your break so much easier. To help you get started, we've put together a few of our favourite things about Spain...
On the Costa del Sol, the sands stretch 161 kilometres – all the way from Estepona in the west to Nerja in the east. Torremolinos has nabbed 9 kilometres of it, with its lively Playa La Carihuela top of the pack. It's a 40–metre–wide stretch backed by little wooden bars that do a roaring trade in ice–cream and beer. Further down the Costa, Puerto Banus is all about turning on the glamour. If you feel the need for an outfit makeover, you can stock up on sunglasses and designer swimwear at the boutiques here.
You can't avoid picking up a bargain or 2 on Tenerife – the whole island is duty–free, so you save on everything from perfume to wine. HiperDino grocery stores are good for stocking up the picnic basket with goats' cheese and local honey. Label lovers head for the Safari Centre in Playa de Las Americas crammed with the likes of Armani and Hugo Boss. And for a souvenir, root out a string of cultured pearls – they're a Tenerife speciality.
Thrill seekers love Gran Canaria's trio of waterparks. The biggest is Aqualand in Maspalomas, where you can brave the Tornado, which sucks you down a plughole, the Boomerang – which shoots you up a wall – the Kamikaze and the Anaconda. The little ones will be happy with the mini–slides and ice–cream. There's more fun to be had in the island's smaller parks, Ocean Park in Campo International and Aqua Park in Puerto Rico.
These 4 massive subterranean chambers are one of Majorca's major crowd–pullers. The stalagmites and stalactites that cram the place are impressive enough, but the real highlight – one of the world's biggest underground lakes – is saved 'til last. Here, you can watch spectacularly–lit boats float across the surface to a soundtrack of atmospheric classical music.
Ibiza didn't get its reputation for clubbing for nothing. The nightlife on the island is full–on, to put it mildly. In San Antonio Town you've got the West End, jam–packed with over 100 discos, restaurants and bars, and over at Sunset Strip, there's legendary chill–out bar Café del Mar Playa d'en Bossa comes with superclub Space and the famous beachfront bar Bora Borawhile Ibiza Town packs a punch with Pacha
and El Divinio
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