A sparkling 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 so many people never want to go home.
Destinations in Spain
From the Costa del Sol to the Canary Islands, there’s a reason spain is one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations. Gorgeous weather, beaches galore and vibrant culture all add to its charm. Whether you’re heading to the Balearics or exploring the mainland, a holiday in Spain will never disappoint.
Weather in Spain
There are three different climate zones in Spain, due to its large size. Visitors can generally expect a Mediterranean climate, characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters. The vast central plateau, or Meseta, has a more continental influenced climate with hot, dry summers and cold winters.
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Located in Lloret del Mar on Spain’s Costa Brava, is a traditional hotel in the heart of the action and ideal for families seeking a Spanish retreat. Clean and simple design throughout with facilities including a large outdoor pool and slides which cater to children and family groups.
Located just 200m from the beach, this All-Inclusive hotel in Torremolinos is the ideal place for a holiday bursting with leisure activities and fun. Pool area, gardens, a large terrace, aqua park… all available to you for an incredible getaway on the fabulous Costa del Sol.
The Monarque El Rodeo Hotel is right in the centre of town. You’ll find restaurants, bars and shops all around the property. And the beach is only a five-minute walk away. A short stroll lands you in Marbella’s old town, where the narrow streets are filled up with time-worn churches, café-lined plazas and cosy wine bars.