Spain is the favourite holiday destination for the British, with over 18 million visits alone in 2018. Many of those will be going to the beach resorts along the Mediterranean coast or the islands, but there is so much more to this fascinating country than just sea and sand. This is a country which really does have something for everyone, even in places you wouldn’t expect.

If you love short breaks, you would have probably have already visited the big cities of Barcelona and Madrid. Both unique, but packed full of history, great museums, great shopping and of course art. The Gaudi influence in Barcelona is the hallmark of the city, whilst lovers of modern art should head to the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid.

It isn’t just about the big cities in Spain though, Seville’s iconic Plaza de Espana, the Aquarium in Valencia, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, or Santiago de Compostela in Galicia – the final stop of the epic Camino de Santiago. We have visited all of these amazing cities and can give first hand accounts for recommendations on where to stay, what to do and where to eat.

Even in the traditional beach destinations can you find something different. Head away from the crowds in the Canary Islands by staying on La Palma or La Gomera, with a more authentically Canarian flavour, or head to rural Ibiza for a retreat away from the busy towns on the coast.

Essential Information


SUMMER – Great for the beach!
SPRING & AUTUMN – Great for exploring, city breaks, and beach breaks in the Canaries.
WINTER – The Canary Islands are a great option for Winter Sun!


Between 2-3 hours for Mainland Spain and the Balearic Islands, 4 hours for the Canary Islands






There is something for everyone in Spain. Great food, architecture, music, scenery and the priority for many great beach resorts.


Flights are available to a number of cities and resorts in Spain from most UK airports, especially Barcelona, Palma (Mallorca), Malaga, Alicante and Tenerife. Its possible to travel by train, via France to Barcelona.


Spanish, with various dialects – most notably Catalan. Although English is widely spoken in most areas, especially in coastal resorts.


Combine stays with a city and then the beach – Barcelona and the Balearics, Seville and the Andalusian coast, or the historic centre of Spain.

Our Favourite Places in Spain

Suggested Itineraries


Andalucian Trilogy

10 day holiday
Seville, Cordoba & Granada

If you are looking for a holiday that combines culture, history and beauty, look no further than the Andalusian cities of Seville, Cordoba and Granada. These three gems offer a glimpse into the rich and diverse heritage of Spain, where Christian, Muslim and Jewish influences have left their mark.

You can admire the architectural wonders of the Alcazar, the Mezquita and the Alhambra, which showcase the art and craftsmanship of different eras. You can also immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the plazas, the markets and the flamenco bars, where you can sample the delicious cuisine and the local wine.

Santiago de Compostel

Camino de Santiago (By Train)

10 day holiday
San Sebastian, Bilbao, Santander, Oviedo, Santiago de Compostela

The Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James, is a famous pilgrimage route that crosses the north of Spain, ending at the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. But you don’t have to walk the whole way to enjoy the beauty and the diversity of this region. You can also take a train journey that stops at some of the most charming and cultural cities along the way.

You can start in Santander, a coastal city with a lovely beach and a modern art museum. Then you can head to San Sebastian, a gastronomic paradise with a stunning bay and a lively old town. Next, you can visit Bilbao, the home of the Guggenheim Museum and a vibrant industrial and artistic hub. After that, you can explore Oviedo, a historic city with a Gothic cathedral and a pre-Romanesque church. Finally, you can arrive at Santiago de Compostela, the final destination of the pilgrims and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Spectacular Catalunya

10 day holiday
Barcelona, Girona & Cadaques

A holiday in Catalunya offers a variety of experiences, from culture and history to nature and gastronomy. Start your journey in Barcelona, the capital of Catalunya and one of the most vibrant and dynamic cities in Europe. You can admire the modernist architecture of Gaudi, visit the Picasso Museum and the Sagrada Familia, stroll along the Ramblas and the Gothic Quarter, and enjoy the nightlife and the cuisine.

Then you head to Girona, a city with a rich heritage and a well-preserved old town. Explore the Jewish Quarter, the Cathedral, the Arab Baths, and the colourful houses along the river. You can also take a day trip to the nearby volcanic area of La Garrotxa or the medieval villages of Besalú and Pals.

Finally, you end your holiday in Cadaques, a picturesque fishing village that was the home and inspiration of Salvador Dali.


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