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The Spanish know how to live life to the full. A holiday to Spain introduces you to a lifestyle that’s vivacious yet laidback, with flavourful cuisine, golden beaches and colourful fiestas aplenty. Enjoy all the hallmarks that a Spanish getaway brings, especially in the beautiful Canary and Balearic Islands.
A taste of the good life
The people in Spain are passionate, adopting an enviable lifestyle of year-round sun, decadent food and wine, cultural towns and stunning beaches. They are devoted to living a happy life, and just as devoted to making sure you have a wonderful holiday, too. Alongside luxury hotels and golden beaches, you’ll find historical towns, family-run taverns serving traditional tapas, and even incredible nature reserves and volcanoes, you just need to know where to look.
That’s why we’ve chosen holidays in the Canary Islands – Tenerife, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria and La Gomera, the Balearic Islands – Mallorca especially, and Costa del Sol. These gorgeous little islands pack a punch, fusing deep Spanish traditions with unique landscape and their own distinct history. Dig a little deeper and discover what makes Spain such a popular holiday spot.
Why visit Spain?
- Of course, Spanish tapas and wine is a delicious enticement for choosing Spain as your next holiday destination. Heavily influenced by traditional recipes that span generations and bought to life by contemporary chefs, Spain is a foodie’s paradise. Enjoy decadent tapas al fresco with a glass of fine wine, trying classic dishes including smoky paella, patatas bravas oozing with sticky tomato and vibrant Spanish omelettes.
- Spain has its fair share of quiet coves and peaceful towns should you want a restful stay, but Spain is usually the best choice for those who love a livelier holiday. If you fancy a snoozy siesta in the sun followed by a vibrant fiesta with flamenco dancers, sangria and happy-go-lucky locals, you’ve come to the right place.
- We can’t talk about holidays to Spain without mentioning the fantastic beaches. The Canary and Balearic Islands offer some of our favourite bays, adorned with golden sands and lapped by calm, azure waters. Ranging from family-friendly beaches with thrilling water sports and busy waterfront restaurants, to secluded coves that can only be found on foot, there’s a beach for everyone here.
- Spain has a cultural side too, should you fancy having a break from sunbathing by your pool. From Moorish architecture in the Balearic Islands to fabulous art galleries in Tenerife, you’ll have a chance to discover the country’s rich past.