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Explore the enchanting Andalucía region home to beautiful white hill towns, dramatic mountainous landscape, glistening blue coasts and spectacular Moorish buildings and monuments. Enjoy trekking in the mountains, experience the region’s lively Fiestas or simply relax on one of the many golden beaches.
Ibiza is one of the Spanish Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea. It has a wonderful sunny climate and over fifty beaches. Famed for its legendary and riotous nightclubs, Ibiza is a popular holiday destination for young people.
Majorca (Mallorca) is an island of contrasts: from rugged mountains to long stretches of golden sand; pine forests to serene hillside villages; hideaway coves to all night parties in lively resorts. There are destinations for everyone?s taste.
Menorca is the second largest of the Balearic Islands, located to the north-east of Majorca. With small relaxing resorts and sandy beaches it is an ideal destination for families with small children and those looking for a peaceful getaway.
Staying in Barcelona is a must as to really get a sense of the city, you have to stay the night in it. It is one of Europe's top city break destinations and we have a fantastic range of hotels in Barcelona for you to choose from, with so much to see and do close by. Discover medieval romance in the Gothic quarter, awe-inspiring art nouveau architecture of Gaudi in Sagrada Familia and over 3,000 works of art in the Picasso Museum. If you only have time to do a few things in Barcelona, make sure it's these!
Bilbao in northern Spain has a cosmopolitan mix of elegant shops and buildings. Enjoy the modern art collection in the stunning Guggenheim Museum. Sample the locally produced cider in one of Bilbao’s many bars or shop at Spain's largest indoor market, Mercado de la Ribera.
Fuerteventura is the second largest and oldest of the Canary Islands. It has subtropical weather throughout the year and over 152 beaches including Corralejo with 7 miles of golden sand. Summer winds and Atlantic swells make Fuerteventura a year-round surfers' paradise.
Gran Canaria is the third largest of the Canary Islands. It is a miniature continent with a varied landscape. The south is hot and dry with subtropical weather throughout the year and brilliant beaches. At the centre of the island there are panoramic walks in the volcanic mountains.
Lanzarote is the furthest east of the Canary Islands. It has subtropical weather throughout the year and many popular resorts which have sandy beaches, water sports and championship golf courses. Lanzarote has a volcanic landscape with craters, lava fields and mountains in the magnificent Timanfaya National Park.
Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands. The 'island of eternal spring' has subtropical weather throughout the year and warm, clear seas for swimming and water sports. The south is hotter and drier with developed beach resorts. Inland there are the spectacular volcanic mountains with panoramic views.
The Costa Blanca must be one of the best-known sunshine destinations in Spain. It offers a wide choice of accommodation and excellent facilities and value for money. Every year holidaymakers are attracted by the beautiful coastline of white-sand beaches and hidden coves.
The Costa Brava in the north-east of Catalonia is a top holiday destination. The rugged coast has a brilliant sunny climate and sandy beaches. As well as the purpose built resorts with lively entertainment there are also many traditional towns and villages with historic gems to be discovered and experienced.
Costa del Sol, with its wonderful Mediterranean climate and golden beaches, is a top holiday destination. The area offers developed resorts with water activities and lively nightlife as well as picturesque villages filled with history.
Costa Dorada is the sunny Catalonian coastline south of Barcelona. With miles of golden fine-sand beaches there are popular resorts with entertainment both day and night and PortAventura, one of Europe’s largest theme parks.
Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a modern city with boulevards, fashionable shopping areas and a lively nightlife. It has a great cultural and artistic heritage and the old quarters are filled with world famous landmarks including the Royal Palace of Madrid and El Prado Museum.
This former Roman, Moorish and Aragonese capital is now home to a choice of cultural and scientific attractions. Wander down the winding Barrio del Carment, marvel at the fantastic blend of ancient and futuristic architecture or visit the array of temples, monuments, galleries and museums Valencia has to offer.
Discover North East Spain’s beautiful mountainous areas rich in beautiful vineyards, colourful olive groves, architectural treasures, ancient folklores and an array of interesting museums and galleries. Sample the regions’ famous wines, explore the historic towns or visit the many medieval churches and historic monuments.
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