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Spain is the most popular tourist destination in Europe. It is a diverse country with great beaches, mountains, campsites, ski resorts, superb weather, fun night life and many historical cities.

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Explore the highlights of Spain

Embark on a journey through the highlights of Spain, a country that offers a blend of stunning landscapes, renowned cuisine, rich history, and captivating architecture. While its beaches and sunny climate are well-known, Spain's diversity extends beyond its shores.
From the majestic Pyrenees in the north to the rugged Picos de Europa and the Sierra Nevada in the south, including Europe's southernmost ski resort, Spain boasts a range of impressive mountains. Additionally, the iconic Mount Teide volcano on Tenerife, part of the Canary Islands, adds to the country's diverse geography.
Spain's landscapes also include unique features like Europe's only desert, Cabo de Gata in Almería, which served as the backdrop for Hollywood spaghetti westerns.
Renowned for its culinary delights, Spain offers a plethora of delicacies, including fresh seafood, cured ham (jamón), and abundant fruits and vegetables. Exploring local markets becomes a feast for both the eyes and the palate.
Delving into Spain's rich history, visitors encounter well-preserved landmarks and museums that tell stories of its past. For example, a visit to Córdoba's mosque, a masterpiece of Moorish architecture, offers insight into the influence and creativity of Spain's Islamic rulers and their enduring legacy in modern Spain.

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Spain enjoys a diverse climate, predominantly characterized by warmth, dryness, and sunshine, particularly from April to October. During the peak of summer, the country experiences up to 12 hours of sunlight per day. While sea breezes occasionally temper extremely hot days, the southern regions typically boast the warmest temperatures.
The Canary Islands, situated off the coast of Africa, maintain a milder climate compared to the mainland and the Mediterranean. They often experience warmer winters, making them a popular destination for travelers seeking respite from colder temperatures.

Spain is renowned for its welcoming people and enviable climate, boasting consistently warm weather and stunning sandy beaches. However, the country offers much more than just sun and sand. The Canary Islands, for example, boast a range of luxurious hotels and diverse landscapes, from the volcanic terrain of Tenerife and Lanzarote to the majestic sand dunes of Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura. For those seeking traditional old-town charm, the Balearic Islands beckon with destinations like Mallorca, Menorca, and Ibiza, each offering enchanting harbors and idyllic bays.

Where is Spain?

Geographically, Spain is located on the Iberian Peninsula in Southern Europe, with coastlines along both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. The Balearic Islands lie off the east coast of the mainland in the Mediterranean, while the Canary Islands are situated further south along the northwest coast of Africa.

The Balearic Islands

Each of the Balearic Islands has its own unique atmosphere, promising enchanting towns and stunning beaches. Mallorca, the largest and most diverse of the islands, boasts a variety of boutique hotels, adults-only retreats, and designer accommodations. Alongside its beautiful bays and tranquil waters, visitors can indulge in a vibrant restaurant scene, upscale shopping, and impressive architecture in the capital, Palma de Mallorca.
Meanwhile, Menorca offers a quieter and more serene atmosphere, yet it is equally picturesque. Visitors can explore breathtaking coves like Cala Galdana, often referred to as the "queen of the calas," with its spectacular warm-water cove nestled amidst limestone cliffs, as well as watersports-friendly destinations like Cala'n Bosch.
Ibiza may be renowned for its lively nightlife, but it also boasts stunning beaches, an underrated art scene, charming marinas, and a captivating old town, offering a diverse array of experiences beyond its party reputation.

For year-round sunshine and a wide selection of family-friendly and luxurious accommodations, look no further than the Canary Islands. Tenerife, the largest island, boasts extensive stretches of dark-sand beaches and verdant forests perfect for hiking. From Costa Adeje to Guía de Isora, you'll find a range of luxury resorts catering to both families and spa enthusiasts. Just a 40-minute ferry ride from Tenerife lies the unspoiled gem of La Gomera, offering diverse scenery including pebble beaches, rugged cliffs, lush jungle, and stunning valleys.
Fuerteventura is a paradise for watersports enthusiasts, particularly in the southern region. Head north to the resort town of Corralejo for beautiful beaches and expansive sand dunes. Meanwhile, Gran Canaria is famed for its iconic sand dunes, found in the coastal resort town of Maspalomas at the island's southern tip. The island also boasts picturesque national parks adorned with clusters of pine trees and rolling hills.
For a holiday filled with diversity, consider Lanzarote, where you can relax on golden beaches and explore volcanic landscapes to your heart's content.

Food & drink

When it comes to food and drink, Spain is renowned for its delectable cuisine. Embrace the art of sharing with tapas, featuring classics like tortilla española (Spanish omelette) and croquetas de jamón (ham croquettes). In the Balearic Islands, expect a diverse culinary experience influenced by Mediterranean and Arabic flavors, with olive oil frequently used and seafood hailed as some of the finest in Spain. The Canary Islands offer succulent meats and fish, often served in hearty stews and accompanied by fresh ingredients such as potatoes, peppers, garlic, and spices.


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  • Beautiful golden beaches which are ideal for swimming
  • Hiring a car and getting out and about to local villages in Ibiza and Mallorca
  • Sunny summer skies and good weather later in the year - head to the Canaries for a bit more warmth in winte
  • A top range of family-friendly resorts that are open year-round
  • Fantastic watersports in Fuerteventura, renowned for hosting surfing competitions.

Resorts & hotels in Spain

Indulge in the flavors of the local food scene with a food truck experience that embraces sustainability and community. Savor the aroma of single-origin coffee and freshly caught squid, paired with artisanal craft beer and farm-to-table delights. Whether you're lounging in a cozy café or exploring the vibrant streets, immerse yourself in the eclectic culinary landscape. From organic treats to DIY creations, every bite tells a story of creativity and conscious living. Join the locavore movement and embark on a gastronomic journey that celebrates flavor, innovation, and the joy of good food.

Athens Riviera and Crete

Begin your seven-night getaway along the Athens Riviera, nestled in the southern suburbs of Greece's capital, Athens. Delve into the city's rich history as you explore iconic landmarks like the Parthenon and the Acropolis, or unwind on one of the picturesque public beaches. A brief flight or ferry ride transports you to Crete, boasting diverse landscapes, a fascinating heritage, and sun-kissed sandy shores. Enjoy four nights immersing yourself in local cuisine at charming tavernas and delving into the island's captivating history. If you prefer accommodations in Athens' city center, feel free to contact us for personalized arrangements.

Athens Riviera and Mykonos Twin-Centre

Embark on your week-long Greek getaway starting along the Athens Riviera, a picturesque coastline south of the capital. Enjoy convenient proximity to the city for day trips exploring its historic sights, while relishing the tranquility of yacht-filled marinas and seaside eateries. Then, venture to Mykonos, where vibrant nightlife and iconic windmills await. Indulge in the island's lively atmosphere and scenic charm, nestled amidst the hillside backdrop. Should you prefer accommodations in Athens' bustling city center, don't hesitate to reach out to us for tailored arrangements.

Athens Riviera and Santorini Twin-Centre

Embark on a delightful twin-centre journey beginning with the Athens Riviera, just a short drive from the heart of Athens. Here, picturesque coastal villages, waterfront dining, and luxurious resorts await. Spend your initial days basking in the sun on pristine beaches or exploring the city's renowned landmarks. Then, venture onward to Santorini, renowned for its breathtaking vistas, romantic sunsets, and unique beaches with sands of various hues. Should you desire accommodations in Athens' bustling city center, feel free to contact us for personalized arrangements.

Mykonos and Santorini

Embark on a quintessentially Greek experience by journeying between two picture-perfect islands. Begin your adventure on Mykonos, where you'll luxuriate in four nights of glitz, glamour, and vibrant nightlife. Then, venture onward to Santorini, arguably Greece's most romantic island, for three enchanting nights filled with breathtaking sunsets and unparalleled sea vistas.

Crete and Santorini

Indulge in a twin-center holiday in Greece with a delightful seven-night itinerary exploring two captivating islands. Begin your journey with five nights at the luxurious Daios Cove Resort and Villas in Crete, where you can enjoy up to 25% early booking discount. Immerse yourself in culture with a visit to the archaeological museum in Iráklion. Then, spend two nights at the Mystique Hotel in Santorini, where you can simply relax on the beach and take your pick of black, red, or white sands. Flights between Crete and Santorini are included, but feel free to inquire about traveling by ferry. Explore the Great Island of Crete, known for its diverse landscapes, natural beauty, and historic sites dating back to Europe’s earliest civilization. Continue your journey to Santorini, a picturesque island renowned for its charming villages and breathtaking views of an ancient caldera.

Things to do
The Alhambra

The Alhambra stands as a magnificent monument in Spain, encompassing both a palace and a fortress that once served the Moorish Kings. Travelers from across the globe highly recommend exploring this stunning architectural marvel. Featuring palaces, towers, royal apartments, and gardens, the Alhambra bears the rich history of Granada during the Nasrid dynasty and is an essential visit during your trip to Spain.

Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands consist of four small but diverse islands, each offering its own unique charm. Ibiza is renowned for its vibrant nightlife, where you can party until dawn. In contrast, Menorca provides a tranquil retreat to unwind and immerse yourself in nature. With its mountainous terrain and diverse attractions, Menorca offers a perfect blend of exploration and relaxation for travelers seeking a serene getaway.


Segovia is a must-visit destination, especially for Disney fans. The historic Alcázar Castle, with its stunning Roman architecture, served as the inspiration for Cinderella's palace in the beloved Disney movie. Exploring the castle is a magical experience that transports visitors into the enchanting world of fairy tales. The charming streets of Segovia buzz with creativity and allure, drawing travelers from far and wide to admire its beauty and historical significance.

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Passport and Visas:

No visa is required for UK passport holders.

Events & Festivals:

March-April Semana Santa – One of Spain’s major religious celebrations occurring during Holy Week, with vibrant processions, particularly notable in Mallorca.

The Eivissa Medieval Festival, Ibiza – An expansive event featuring a medieval market, dancers, snake charmers, and minstrels, commemorating Dalt Vila's UNESCO World Heritage site status.

May The Festa de Maig, Ibiza – Celebrated in Santa Eulalia, it's known for its colorful Spring Flower Festival held on the first Sunday of May.

May Tenerife Walking Festival – A gathering of hikers exploring the island's diverse scenery and over 900 miles of coastal, volcanic, and green hiking trails.

23 June
Nit de Foc (Night of Fire), Mallorca – Palma’s renowned event featuring large bonfires and fireworks displays.

23/24 June The eve of Saint Joan – Celebrated throughout Spain with midsummer festivities including fireworks, food, and beach gatherings.

June The Music Festival of the Canary Islands – A significant classical music festival.

September Diada de Catalunya, Ibiza – A public holiday marked by parades, fireworks, street performers, and various activities.

Good to know:

• A tourist tax is applicable to all hotels in the Balearic Islands (Ibiza, Mallorca, and Menorca) and is payable locally.



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