Blue Flag beaches, stylish cities, volcanic islands – our All Inclusive holidays to Spain have got the lot covered.
The clack-clack of a flamenco dancer’s castanets. The red flash of a Matador’s cape. The scent of chorizo drifting from a backstreet tapas bar. Spain serves up a sensory overload, whichever part you pick.
Spain’s coastline is legendary. In the north you’ve got the golden sands of the Costa Dorada. Head south for the lively Costa del Sol, Costa Almeria and Costa de la Luz, or make for the east coast and say hello to the Costa Blanca’s white sands.
The Costas are also your gateway to some of the top places to go in Spain. The line-up of must-see cities includes Barcelona, Granada and Seville.
Just off the east coast of the mainland are the Balearic Islands. Majorca’s great for families, Ibiza is a hedonist’s heaven, and Menorca offers up a low-key vibe.
When you’re considering where to go in Spain, the cluster of sun-drenched Canary Islands is another big draw. Pick from the big three – Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Tenerife – or plump for Fuerteventura or lesser-known La Palma. The one thing they all have in common? Year-round sun.
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Open-all-hours beach resorts and sleepy, whitewashed villages. Cutting-edge restaurants and backstreet tapas bars. When it comes to mixing old and new, Andalucia’s got it just right. It’s got all the mod cons, but without losing the Spanish charm that made it so popular in the first place.
The Canaries are actually the tips of a volcanic mountain range, which explains the crazy mix of scenery – the islands showcase everything from tropical forests and moon-like lava deserts, to giant sand dunes. And then there are the beaches, which tick off white sandy sweeps and black-sand coves.