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Why Choose a Spanish Holiday?

Spanish holidays have something to offer to everyone. From sandy beaches to snowy mountains, Spain has an amazing diversity of beautiful landscapes. Spain also has more UNESCO world heritage sites than any other country apart from Italy, making it the perfect place to explore European history and culture. These factors are just some of the reasons why 50 million people visit Spain every year. Whether you want to book a package holiday or organise your own flights and hotel, FlySearch makes booking a holiday in Spain a straightforward and stress-free experience

Spanish Holiday Destinations

Spain has many popular resorts, so it is easy to find one that is ideally suited to your needs and inclinations. The most popular parts of Spain are the coastal regions in the east and south of the country.

Skyline of Barcelona in Spain

Costa Brava
Located on the Iberian Peninsula, Costa Brava offers beautiful beaches, shimmering blue seas, and a rugged coastline, all set against the backdrop of the Pyrenean mountains. Some of Spain’s most charming towns are located in the Costa Brava region, such as Tossa de Mar, which is constructed around an ancient castle. Costa Brava resorts can be easily reached from Barcelona airport.

Costa Dorada
Visitors to Costa Dorada have plenty of options for how they will spend their Spanish holiday. When you stay in a Costa Dorada resort, you can laze on a golden sandy beach, take a trip to the fascinating city of Barcelona (pictured above) to see stunning architecture by Gaudi, or explore the traditional towns and villages in this region.

Costa Blanca
Costa Blanca, meaning “white coast”, is characterised by long sandy beaches, steep cliffs, and lush green vegetation. Costa Blanca is traditionally a farming region, with many orchards and vineyards surrounding the towns and villages. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can explore the natural cave networks that are present in the cliffs around Javea. Costa Blanca is served by the airports of Alicante and Valencia.

A Dock in Puerto Banus, Spain

Costa Del Sol
Costa Del Sol has enduring popularity with visitors due to its warm, sunny climate. Thanks to its long history as a tourist hotspot, Costa Del Sol has excellent infrastructure in place to help visitors with all their needs. Travelling to resorts in Costa Del Sol from Malaga airport is easy and quick. Costa Del Sol is home to some of the most exciting resorts in the world, such as Torremolinos and Malaga, which are very popular with young travellers, but families and couples will also find themselves well catered for in this diverse and interesting region. Whether you are looking for fine Spanish food, exciting nightlife, or simply a relaxing holiday in beautiful surroundings, Costa Del Sol is the perfect destination for Spanish holidays.

Costa de la Luz
Costa de la Luz, located in the south-west of Spain, close to the country’s border with Portugal, is an area of outstanding natural beauty. The DoÑana National Park offers visitors a chance to see rare species such as the Spanish Imperial Eagle and the Iberian Lynx. Meanwhile, surfers flock to El Palmar Beach to ride the waves. Costa de la Luz resorts can be reached via the Jerez, Gibraltar, or Seville airports.


Booking Spanish holidays with FlySearch is easy. Simply use the user-friendly search function on our website to find a hotel and flights that are convenient for you. Because of the direct links we have with Spanish hotels, FlySearch can offer you the best possible prices on your Spanish holiday. Let us use our expert knowledge of Spanish resorts and the region to help you find your ideal holiday.