Cheap Holidays in Spain
Mainland Spain is the home of the British package holiday. Our taste for holidays abroad came from holidays to Spain that became popular in the 1970's. Ever since Spain has grown as a tourist destination and has kept with the times. You can find some fabulous all inclusive holidays to Spain at fabulous prices.
There are many parts to Spain from the costa's in Mainland Spain to the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. Below is a brief guide to help you find which part of the Spanish mainland would suit you best.
Costa Almeria Holidays
The Costa Almeria on the southern coast of Spain offers long uncrowded sandy beaches; several unspoilt fishing villages and a few coves that are popular with nudist. Almeria City is central and offers a ferry port and marina along with some lovely street cafes and restaurants...Read More
Costa Blanca Holidays
The Costa Blanca draws millions of tourists each year to its turquoise waters and miles of white sandy beaches, pretty mountain villages, whitewashed villas and popular tourist attractions...Read More
Benidorm is the most famous of Costa Blanca’s resorts and is protected by the winds from three mountain ranges. It features two famous fantastic golden sand beaches: the Playa de Levante (Sunrise Beach) with a broad promenade and the Playa de Poniente (Sunset Beach). As for the nightlife, you won’t be disappointed since Benidorm is full of every kind of bars and clubs. Benidorm (often referred to as Blackpool with sunshine) has rows of shops selling beach buckets and flip-flops along its sea front and is a child’s dream with its 3 mile stretch of white sandy beach. Benidorm is services by the airport at Alicante.
Costa Brava Holidays
The Costa Brava is the most northern of the Costa's and offers a rugged yet beautiful coastline that stretches for 100 miles (160km) along the shores of Catalonia in Spain. Sand and shingle beaches bathed in warm sunshine are both clean and beautiful and not many coastlines can boast the Pyrenees as its backdrop...Read More
Costa Del Sol Holidays
The Costa del Sol is Europe’s all-year-round favoured holiday destination situated along the southern Andalucia coast of Spain. Also called the ‘Sunshine Coast' it offers holidaymakers some great fine sandy beaches, picturesque towns and tourist amenities which include zoos, bullfights, water parks, casinos and amusement parks...Read More
Costa Dorada Holidays
The wonderful golden sandy beaches of the Costa Dorada, Spain stretch for over 120 miles from Barcelona in the north to the river Ebre Delta in the south. Salou is the major resort with its main beach being long and wide and gently shelving to the sea and therefore ideal for children...Read More
Barcelona is the capital and most populous city of Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain. Barcelona is the subject of two different legends; the first attributes the founding of the city to Hercules 400 years before Rome, and rebuilt by Carthaginian Hamilcar Barca - father of Hannibal - who named the city Barcino after his family. The second legend attributes the foundation to Hamilcar Barca.
If you don’t want to stay in the city then there are plenty of other options within the Costa Dorada such as Salou, 70 minutes away or Cambrils and Lloret de Mar which are about 90 minutes away, all of which offer good beach facilities, considerably lower hotel rates and all board options.
Stop dreaming and Go-there.