Where to go in Spain
List of regions
Spain is full of extraordinary ancient buildings that have been converted into spectacular, exceptional accommodation options not usually available to travellers elsewhere.
Infectious energy, artistic riches and gastronomic innovation – the sweeping brush strokes that texture Madrid’s city canvas are broad indeed. Take it all in on a city stay, then head out by car to explore ancient towns in a stunning rural setting.
From culture-packed Barcelona breaks to self-drives through the wider Catalonia region, let our specialists guide you through the colourful cities, postcard-perfect coastline and idyllic countryside of Spain’s northeastern corner.
Northern Spain holidays are sometimes overlooked by travellers. And it's true that tourism here is a world away from the crowded southern coasts frequented by many holidaymakers, making it a hidden gem of gorgeous beaches, rolling wine country and historic towns.
North West Spain holidays are relaxed and welcoming, from Galicia's scenic, rugged coast to the historical heritage of Santiago de Compostela.
Granada is filled with Moorish architecture, spectacular views and world-class cuisine, its most famous relic perhaps the Alhambra that dominates its skyline along a city hilltop, with winding cobbled streets dotted with tapas bars, Sierra Nevada mountain views and charming mansions.
Andalucia is southern-most Spain, sun baked and sultry, offering hedonistic pleasures and cultural ones in equal measure. It's possible to ski the Sierra Nevada and swim in the sea on the same day in the province of Granada and spend the next immersed in the fairytale fortress that is the Alhambra,…
The Moors made Cordoba the capital of al-Andalus and it was considered to be one of the great cities of the world for its culture and architecture in the 10th century.
Seville smells of oranges. The scent of orange blossom pervades every plaza and contributes to the generally heady feeling of life in the Andalucian capital. Seville is all about enjoyment - seen at its most intense during the Feria festival in April and during Semana Santa leading up to Easter.
Valencia is a lively city situated on Spain's eastern Mediterranean coast. Third only to Barcelona and Madrid in terms of size, it has enough vibrancy, character and a decent enough football team to rival its noisy counterparts.
Barcelona is considered by many to be Spain's most cosmopolitan city. It's certainly one of the country's most exciting cities, situated in the heart of Catalonia's Mediterranean coast. It's one of Europe's busiest ports and lives as a port town should, staying up late and doing everything with ene…
The Balearic Islands are one of Spain's most popular summer holiday destinations, a group of island gems in the Mediterranean Sea to the east of Valencia on the mainland of Spain. But despite the arrival of planeloads of sun-seekers to its shores each year, all four of the islands have retained muc…