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Highlights in Spain
- Amazing nightlife
- Beautiful beaches
- Wonderful hiking
- Historical cities
- Vibrant and friendly culture
Villas in Spain
Spain maybe formally one country, but it is really an array of smaller countries rolled into one block for bureaucratic purposes. With multiple languages, extreme regional culinary and historical diversity, myriad landscapes from the green pastures of the north to the deserts of the south, the plains of the central regions to the coastal mountains, Spain is a country that promises a thousand vacations for those who dare to seek them. Rent a villa in Spain in one of its world-class cities such as Barcelona or Valencia, or for outrageous mountain hiking look in the far north in the Picos de Europa or the Pyrenees. Or why not find a villa in the home of flamenco, colourful and vibrant Andalusia, with its village fiestas and lively beach bars. The choice really is endless!Villas outside the centre
Holiday villas in Spain are designed to get the most out of the wonderful Spanish climate. Many villas have a swimming pool, with this being almost guaranteed in the south of the country. Think a lush garden overlooking the sea or mountains, a modern, high-spec interior, and plenty of space for your family and friends. What can beat coming back to your comfortable villa after a day out experiencing the country of the black bull?!
Travellers and activities
Spain has the wickedest nightlife in Europe. On those endless summer evenings, in which the warm air caresses your body as you roam the streets packed full of fellow partygoers, you can drink and dance to your heart’s content right up until sunrise, and sometimes even beyond. The only question is, can you keep up with the locals?! Ibiza is the best-known nightlife spot in Spain, with its mammoth world-renowned clubs and the world’s best DJs!Spain for hikers
Spain is ringed by mountains that stretch 4,000 metres into the sky, with the deliciously lush green pastures of Cantabria and Asturias being the undoubted highlight. A land that time apparently forgot, hike through misty valleys to the sonance of cow bells and the calls of local farmers. Drink from some of the purest stream water in Europe, and when the clouds clear, be rewarded with views over the glistening Bay of Biscay and rugged snow peaks of the nearby Picos de Europa.Spain for beach bums
Where to start? The party beaches of Ibiza, with its beach bars and DJs spinning their tunes right on the beach? The Caribbean-esque coves of Galicia? The solitude and serene tranquillity of Cabo de Gata in Almeria? The turquoise, family friendly waters of Menorca? The water sports haven of Fuerteventura? The inimitable urban beaches of the Basque Country and Cantabria?! Seriously, where to start?!
Spain is home to no less than 5 official languages! The most esoteric is Basque. More ancient than Latin, it has no relation to any other language in Europe!
Top 7 travel tips in Spain
Prague, Vienna, St. Petersburg? Sevilla might well be the most beautiful city in Europe, but not many know it. Its old town is vast, radiating from its immense and stunningly intricate cathedral into a slew of squares and passageways lined by wonderfully fragrant orange trees.2. Take the most beautiful urban walk in Europe
The walk from the lighthouse in Santander along the city beaches and parks to the city centre is the quite possibly the most beautiful urban walk in Europe. On a beautiful sunny day, this leisurely 90-minute stroll is truly something to behold.3. Explore the Moorish villages of Andalusia
The whitewashed village of Andalusia, replete with lively winding streets adorned with colourful flowers are the epitome of charm. 45 minutes from Malaga, Comares is the apotheosis of the southern Spain pueblo blanco and a must-see.4. Island hop in the Canaries
The Canaries are a microcosm of Spain; wonderfully diverse, with something altogether new to find on each island. Hope from the moon-scapes of Lanzarote to the vast canyons of Gran Canaria, the pristine beaches of La Gomera and the pumping resorts of Tenerife!5. Take in a La Liga match
La Liga is the top football league in the world, with its biggest two teams and the best player of all time, Messi. Even if you are not a huge football fan, it’s well worth taking in a La Liga match in Barcelona, Madrid, Bilbao or Sevilla simply to experience the sense of occasion and passionate atmosphere.6. Eat out, for free!
In the Granada region of Andalusia it is customary to receive a free and delicious tapa with every drink. The city of Granada does this better than anywhere else, and on a 5-drink bar crawl you will be given so much food that you won’t even need to buy dinner!7. Visit Spain’s most iconic architectural masterpiece
The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is a museum of modern and contemporary art and an example of the most ground-breaking 20th-century architecture. This landmark provides a seductive backdrop for the fascinating art exhibited inside.