A sun-drenched coastline stretching more than 3,000 miles, a climate to die for and more tapas than you could possibly eat – that’s Spain. Throw in famously vibrant resorts like Benidorm and Marbella, whitewashed mountain villages and sophisticated cities and you’ll see why many people don’t want to go home.
If you’re looking for beaches that buzz, head to the Costa del Sol, while if it’s stretches of white sand and vibrant resorts that float your boat, you won’t find anywhere better than the Costa Blanca. For cliffs and coves, the Costa Brava is the place to be.
With its arty architecture, bustling food market and non-stop nightlife, Barcelona is a feast for the senses. Home of the exquisite Alhambra, an 11th century Moorish palace, Granada in Andalucía has the romantic feel of an older Spain.
A giant waterpark and miles of sandy coast are a few of Majorca’s top attractions, while Ibiza serves up a mix of full-on clubbing and idyllic natural beauty. You’ll find peaceful, family-friendly holidays in Menorca.
Deserts, dense woods and breathtaking mountains sit side-by-side on the spectacular Canary Islands. Year-round sun makes Tenerife, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura firm favourites with travellers.
Soft, sandy beaches stretch 150 miles along Spain’s ‘White Coast’. Resorts like Benidorm and Calpe are all part of the fun.
With its mountain backdrops and hidden coves, the Costa Brava is perfect for nature and beach lovers. Classic resorts like Lloret de Mar and Tossa de Mar keep the pace lively.
A truly awesome theme park awaits you at PortAventura, and there’s 150 miles of golden beaches on this stretch of coast too. Lively Salou is the most popular place to stay here.
Costa del Sol
Some of Spain’s best-loved resorts, like Torremolinos, Benalmadena and Marbella, are on the Costa del Sol. With miles of sun-drenched coast and a laid-back atmosphere, it’s an ideal place for a classic beach holiday.
In southwest Europe, Spain is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations attracting millions of visitors every year.