Guide to Holiday Destinations in Spain

SPain. Spain has always been a favorite of British holiday makers, who love to visit this part of the world to enjoy sun, sand and great food. In particular, the Balearic Islands of Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca have long been a red-hot favourite. Also very popular are Canary Islands, with their long-established tourist industry and popular resorts like La Gomera and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. As well as bringing thousands of British tourists annually, Spain also attracts many thousands of international tourists from across Europe, America and Asia.

Holiday makers coming to Spain from the United Kingdom start off their journey in Portugal. If you are thinking about a more relaxing holiday, then you should go to the Costa del Sol. A visit to this part of Spain will give you the chance to view the spectacular coastline as well as the castles and cathedrals that are so common here. The Costa del Sol has some beautiful beaches – especially the ones at Altea, Calpe and Porto di Imperia – which attract visitors keen to take in some sun. Another great beach in Spain is Torremolinos that boasts of stunning pine trees and Mediterranean seaviews. As well as beaches and picturesque towns, Torremolinos also offers sailing excursions, water sports and trips to windsurfing, sailing and wind surfing.

For more excitement, holiday makers travelling to Spain from the United Kingdom start their trip in southern Spain. The coastal city of Barcelona is one of the most famous holiday destinations in Spain, known for its charming Spanish ambience, exciting restaurants and its lively nightlife. One of the most popular routes for arriving in Spain is Barcelona International Airport. For a break in Spain’s summer months, taking a hot air balloon ride is highly recommended!