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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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Overview

Explore the highlights of Spain

Spain truly has everything, from amazing scenes and shorelines to world-acclaimed food and rich history – also phenomenal exhibition halls and striking engineering. However, these are not the only reasons why you should visit in any event once in your lifetime. Spain might be famous for its shorelines and bright climes, yet it is a nation of differing scenes. Its mountains are lofty, from the northern Pyrenees and the Picos de Europa to the Sierra Nevada in the south (home to Europe's most southerly ski resort) and the Mount Teide fountain of liquid magma on the Canary Island of Tenerife. Spain is home to Europe's solitary desert, Cabo de Gata in Almería, which motivated Hollywood spaghetti westerns, a considerable lot of which were recorded in the territory. Spain is prestigious for its fish, jamón (relieved ham), bounteous and crisp foods grown from the ground, which make an outing to the nearby market devour for the eyes and the stomach. Spain's has an intriguing history that is all around saved in its structures and exhibition halls. Visiting Córdoba's mosque, extraordinary compared to other precedents of Moorish design on the planet, you get a genuine feeling of the influence and inventiveness of Spain's Islamic rulers, and the rich heritage they have offered in present-day Spain.

Timezone
GMT+4
Currency
AED dirhams
Flying Time
~7.5 hours

Spain’s climate is diverse but mostly warm, dry and sunny, especially from April to October, with up to 12 hours of sunshine a day throughout the height of summer. Occasionally, sea breezes may prevent very hot days, and the south is the warmest. The Canary Islands are typically warmer in winter than the mainland and Mediterranean.

Spain holiday highlights

Spain is known for its friendly people and enviable climate, with consistent warm weather and superb sandy beaches. You may be surprised by the range of luxury Canary Island hotels, not to mention the wonderful landscapes – from volcanoes in Tenerife and Lanzarote to majestic sand dunes in Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura. For a taste of traditional old-town charm, head to the Balearics for Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza, home to charming harbours and idyllic bays.

Where is Spain?

Spain is on the Iberian Peninsula in Southern Europe, with coast on both the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. The Balearic Islands lie off the mainland’s east coast in the Mediterranean, while the Canaries are further down off the north-west coast of Africa.

The Balearic Islands

Each of the Balearic Islands has its own vibe, but you’ll be guaranteed enchanting towns and beautiful beaches wherever you choose to go. Mallorca is the largest and most diverse of the islands, with a great range of boutique, adults-only and designer hotels. As well as the fantastic bays and calm emerald waters, head here for a thriving restaurant and bar scene, swanky shopping and gorgeous architecture in the capital, Palma de Mallorca. Sister island Menorca is smaller and more tranquil but incredibly scenic — visit Cala Galdana, considered ‘queen of the calas’ and home to a spectacular warm-water cove sheltered by limestone cliffs, and watersports-friendly Cala’n Bosch. Ibiza is known for its lively nightlife but it’s a bit of a dark horse; soak up the sun on one of its superb beaches, discover an underrated art scene, stroll around pretty marinas and explore the captivating old town.

The Canary Islands

For year-round sun and a top mix of family-friendly and exclusive hotels, the Canaries are a great choice. Tenerife is the largest island and has miles of dark-sand beaches and forests for hiking, with luxury resorts from Costa Adeje to Guía de Isora, whether you’re looking for family favourites or spa retreats. Untouched La Gomera is just 40 minutes by ferry from Tenerife, with scenery ranging from pebble beaches and craggy cliffs to dense jungle and breathtaking valleys. Fuerteventura is one of the best places in Spain when it comes to watersports, particularly in the south; head north to the resort town of Corralejo, and you’ll find beautiful beaches and sweeping sand dunes. You’ll find more famous dunes in Gran Canaria, specifically in the coastal resort town of Maspalomas at the southernmost point of the island. The island is also known for its picturesque national parks, with clusters of pine trees and rolling hills. And for a wonderfully diverse island holiday, choose Lanzarote, where you can spend days unwinding on golden beaches and exploring volcanoes.

Food & drink

One of the best things about a holiday to Spain is the food; the country is known for its unfussy but delicious dishes, and the art of sharing a bite to eat with tapas – think tortilla española (Spanish omelette), croquetas de jamón (ham croquettes) and legendary patatas bravas. Balearic food is diverse, with Mediterranean and Arabic influences — olive oil is frequently used and the seafood is regarded as some of the finest in Spain. In the Canary Islands you’ll be able to enjoy succulent meat and fish, often served as stews and with fresh ingredients including various varieties of potatoes, peppers, garlic and spices.

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The Complete Oman Tour Planned by Experts

  • 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.
Hotels

Resorts & hotels in Spain

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Things to do
The Alhambra

Alhambra is the beautiful monument in Spain which is both a palace and a fortress of the Moorish Kings. Travellers from around the globe encourage everyone to explore this stunning monument. The palaces, towers, royal apartments, and garden that Granada conquered during the Nasrid dynasty is a must visit during your trip to Spain.

Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands signifies four small islands, but all our diverse from each other. When it comes to partying, Venture to Ibiza allows you to party until you drop. Menorca, on the other hand, is a lovely place to relax and embrace nature. It is popular as a mountainous island and has almost everything you'd love to explore and enjoy.

Segovia

If you are one of the fans of Disney; this is the place just for you. Once you explore the castle you'll understand why. Basically, this historic Alcázar Castle worked as the inspiration for Cinderella's palace in the Disney movie. The castle has an amazing Roman architecture that makes it attractive, and there's a creative buzz around the streets that attract travellers from all over the world.

Insider Review
Language:

Spanish

Passport and Visas:

Visa not required for UK passport holders.

Events & Festivals:

March-April Semana Santa – One of Spain’s biggest religious celebrations takes place during the holy week and in Mallorca you can see colourful processions.

May
The Eivissa Medieval Festival, Ibiza - One of Ibiza’s biggest events with a medieval market, dancers, snake charmers and minstrels, commemorating the Dalt Vila becoming a UNESCO World Heritage site.

May The Festa de Maig, Ibiza - Celebrated in Santa Eulalia on the first Sunday of May and one of the island’s most colourful events, also known as the Spring Flower Festival.

May Tenerife Walking Festival – Hikers come together to discover the island’s stunning scenery and explore over 900 miles of coastal, volcanic and green hiking trails

23 June
The Nit de Foc (Night of Fire), Mallorca - One of Palma’s most popular events with a big bonfire and fireworks displays.

23/24 June The eve of Saint Joan is a huge night of the year throughout Spain, a midsummer party of fireworks, food and fun. The best place to be is at the beach.

June The Music Festival of the Canary Islands - A prominent classical music festival.

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

Good to know:

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

Climate

 

Madrid - Average temperatures
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Min (°C) 1 3 4 6 10 14 18 17 14 9 5 3
Max (°C) 10 12 16 18 22 28 32 32 27 20 14 11
Min (°F) 34 37 39 43 50 57 64 63 57 48 41 37
Max (°F) 50 54 61 64 72 82 90 90 81 68 57 52
 
Barcelona - -Average temperatures
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Min (°C) 5 5 7 9 13 17 20 20 17 14 9 6
Max (°C) 14 14 16 18 21 25 28 29 26 22 17 14
Min (°F) 41 41 45 48 55 63 68 68 63 57 48 43
Max (°F) 57 57 61 64 70 77 82 84 79 72 63 57
Inspiration
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