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Beautiful beaches, fascinating history, amazing natural landscapes and fantastic nightlife - Spain really does have it all.
The sun, the sand, the sea…..the ‘three s’s’ have been attracting tourists to Spain for many years. But of course, the country is so much more than that alone. Brimming with culture, it’s where flamenco and fiestas meet, where tapas and sangria are the perfect pair, a country full of fun, passion and a love for life. Beautiful architecture, stunning scenery and sophisticated cities are sure to impress, whilst the country’s coastal resorts and idyllic islands have all the right ingredients for a memorable luxury holiday.
Miles of sandy beaches
A vibrant culture
From the sun-soaked sands of the Costa del Sol on Spain’s south coast, to the blissful Balearic islands, Spain’s holiday destinations offer something for everyone.
We currently feature 14 luxury properties in Spain
Experience a luxury retreat at this five star resort in Mallorca.
7 night stay
From £2,849 per person
Stylish all-suite retreat where sun-soaked days end in captivating west coast sunsets.
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Experience a tranquil retreat at this luxurious hotel located on a stunning 325 acre estate.
From £3,149 per person
Experience a one of a kind retreat in this luxurious hotel in Mallorca.
Marbella, Costa del Sol, Spain
Experience a luxurious getaway at this beautiful hotel surrounded by undisturbed nature.
From £4,579 per person
Chic and stylish all-inclusive luxury close to Marbella.
All-inclusive luxury with mesmerising Mediterranean views and exceptional facilities.
Experience a luxurious retreat at this stunning hotel located on the the edge of the Serra de Tramuntana.
From £2,959 per person
Deià, Mallorca, Spain
A serene sanctuary with mesmerising mountain views, an arty ambience and authentic Mallorcan touches.
Costa del Sol, Spain
Experience a luxurious stay at this lavish beachfront hotel.
From £3,399 per person
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Spain’s beaches are legendary so it’s little surprise that visitors dedicate much of their time to lazing on their silky sands, but beyond the beach there is much more to discover…
Spain has some spectacular scenery and a holiday there is the perfect opportunity to enjoy it! The shimmering Mediterranean Sea is ideal for a range of thrilling watersports, whilst the country’s inland areas are heaven for more active endeavours such as hiking and biking. Golf courses offer challenging courses with stunning surrounds and Spain’s mild climate ensures a pleasant game in any season.
A long and storied past has left its mark on Spain. Nowhere is this more evident than in the nation’s towns and cities, where historical landmarks and elegant architecture are a lovely backdrop to days spent exploring. Andalucia offers the best of Spain’s Moorish remains and is easily explored from the Costa del Sol.
Once the sun sets in Spain the bars and restaurants really come to life. Whether sipping champagne near luxury yachts in Puerto Banús or enjoying tapas and sangria in one of the island’s tavernas, there is no shortage of bustling restaurants, buzzy bars and late night party spots to discover.
Tranquil Spain Retreat
Spain’s summer season promises high temperatures and plentiful sun with some days easily exceeding 30 degrees celsius. The shoulder seasons of May, June, September and October still tend to offer warm, sunny days yet without the peak season crowds. Temperatures take a dip from November until April when, although it’s still possible to enjoy the comparatively mild weather compared to the UK, beach days might not on the agenda. Average temperatures in the Balearic islands from November to April range from 19 or 20 degrees celsius as a maximum down to 15 degrees as the daytime minimum. The Costa del Sol maintains slightly higher temperatures but, as with the whole of Spain, the weather is more changeable so warmer, sunny days alternate with periods of worse weather. Overall Spain has a mild, Mediterranean climate without the low temperatures experienced in northern Europe.
South West of Europe
505 square kilometres
None required by UK passport holders
There is no compulsory tipping in Spain, however if the is service is good people often tip around 5 - 10 %
Approximately 2 hours
220 volts with 2 pin wall sockets
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