TAKE ME TO SPAIN

With superb beaches, fabulous flamenco, and delicious local tapas, you’ll find something to inspire you in Spain. Nature enthusiasts can take day trips to go dolphin spotting, while arty types will enjoy touring the creative streets of Barcelona. The Canary Islands provide year-round sunshine perfect for watersports. Music-lovers can head to Ibiza in the Balearics for Europe's best clubbing.
For an active holiday in Spain make the most of smooth bike-paths, hikes with breathtaking views, and some of the best golf courses in southern Europe.
For those searching for an adults-only holiday, you'll love Spain's exciting cities, high-end shopping areas and memorable historical days out.
For a perfect family holiday head to sunny Spain for authentic cultural shows, family-friendly beaches, and thrilling, heart-in-the-mouth beachside waterparks.
Those searching for a luxury holiday in Spain can spend time exploring historic castles, lounging on vast white-sand beaches, and shopping in stylish boutiques.
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SENSATORI HOLIDAYS

LUXURY HOLIDAYS DESIGNED TO FUEL THE SENSES

Sensatori offer the ultimate luxury holiday, with a focus on fabulous swimming areas and zen-like spas. Expect interior-designed décor, world-class cuisine and professional evening entertainment. Its properties in Tenerife and Ibiza are perfect for both

 

families and adults, and thanks to their fabulous kids’ clubs, parents can enjoy downtime too. Take your pick from over 30 different room types, all offering huge beds, flatscreen TVs and luxury bathrooms.

 

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SENSIMAR HOLIDAYS

STYLISH HOLIDAYS JUST FOR ADULTS

Sensimar offer wonderful holidays in Spain for adults who want peaceful child-free surroundings. Whether you’re in a couple or with a group of friends, relax by the pool or unwind in the zen-like spa. By night, indulge in the local and

 

international gastronomic options and enjoy chilled-out, laid-back entertainment. And you’ll love the modern bedrooms with flatscreen TVs and spacious bathrooms. In some cases, there’s even direct pool access.

 

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ROBINSON HOLIDAYS

A NEW EXPERIENCE EVERY DAY

Robinson hotels are set in dreamy Spanish locations, designed to take advantage of the huge array of activities on offer. From golf and tennis to high-octane aerobic classes, every day is different. Guests will love the state-of-the art Wellfit® gym

 

and relaxing Wellfit® spa for that perfect balance between action and relaxation. Add in high-quality dining and comfortable rooms and you’ll find the ideal active and luxury holiday for both adults and kids.

 

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FAMILY LIFE HOLIDAYS

FAMILY MOMENTS TOGETHER

The Spanish are known for their child-friendly attitude and Family Life holidays sum this up. Kids will love the super-fun lagoon and paddling pools as well as the wide range of activities on offer. Teenagers will adore The Hangout and adults can

 

take some ‘me’ time over a coffee at Thea’s coffee bar. Evenings offer professional family shows. Ready to flop? You’ll all love the smart bedrooms which include must-haves like baby-bottle warming stations.

 

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MAGIC LIFE HOLIDAYS

TAKING ALL-INCLUSIVE TO THE NEXT LEVEL

Offering all-inclusive family holidays in Spain with beachfront locations and extensive sports programmes, Magic Life know how to create happy memories. You’ll love the wide range of sports activities from Zumba® and kitesurfing to ensure every moment is unforgettable.

And the professional entertainment teams who put on spectacular, live shows to keep your kids enthralled. So jump in and enjoy the fun-filled experiences on offer.

 

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RIU HOLIDAYS

SERVICE FROM THE HEART

Every Riu experience is unique and none more so than in Spain, which has 13 Riu hotels to choose from. Expect a luxury mindset with modern rooms, friendly service, excellent cuisine and varied daily activities.

 

Make use of the top-class windsurfing in Gran Canaria with experienced instructors, or unwind in the Riu wellness centre in Tenerife. Both are just a snapshot of the many other sensational Spanish Riu holidays that await.

 

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Balearics: Formentera

The smallest of the Balearics, this tiny island is known for being a chilled day trip away from Ibiza. But it’s also a beautiful island in its own right, with pine-covered hillsides, clear coves perfect for diving, and a slightly hippy, left-field atmosphere.

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Balearics: Ibiza

Ibiza combines the hippie vibe with an exciting party scene. The north boasts quiet beaches, glorious sunsets and scenic views, while the south is stylish and social. The towns are traditional, with great restaurants and idyllic countryside for hiking and cycling.

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Balearics: Majorca

Majorca, the largest island in the Balearics, has something for everyone, with gleaming beaches and picturesque coastal fishing villages. Head to the cosmopolitan capital, Palma, for great museums, peaceful churches and tasty ice cream parlours.

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Canaries: Fuerteventura

Infrequent rainfall on Fuerteventura makes this desert-like island the place to go for sun, sand and action-packed adventure. Head to the coast to lap up the surf scene, either in the waves or in one of the island’s many beach bars.

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Canaries: Gran Canaria

With heavily forested mountains and volcanic beaches, Gran Canaria is perfect for a relaxing, outdoorsy week away, with watersports, sunbathing, great food and beaches. The capital, Las Palmas, was rated as having the world’s most perfect climate.

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Canaries: La Palma

La Palma has been declared a UNESCO site for it's natural beauty, and the Pine forests and national parks make the island truly stunning. Nature isn't all the island has to offer, though, there are also vineyards, delicious food and everything from watersports to horse riding.

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Canaries: Tenerife

Tenerife is an island of contrasts. The south is hot and sunny with great beaches, while the north is known for hiking and natural scenery. Teide National Park is a must-see, and the volcanic landscape means sands vary from white to black. Visit the capital, Santa Cruz, for colonial architecture and vibrant street festivals.

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Costa Blanca

With great weather, a vibrant club scene in Benidorm, and miles of wide sands, Costa Blanca is a great place to visit with friends or family. Visit the enormous waterpark Aqualandia or take a dip in hidden gems like the spectacular Algar Waterfalls.

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Costa Brava

Peppered with rugged cliffs and pretty coves, Costa Brava’s beaches have drawn holidaymakers for decades. Check out Calella de la Costa’s three kilometres of soft sand, or take a boat to the Medes Islands, where you can scuba-dive in the clear waters.

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Costa de Almeria

For laidback resorts and a chilled-out setting, head to Costa de Almeria to discover a hidden stretch of Spain’s stunning coastline. With untouched beaches, pretty fishing ports and tapas bars aplenty at Roquetas de Mar, you’ll find culture, swimming and a relaxed vibe.

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Costa de la Luz

Costa de la Luz gives a glimpse into a more traditional Spanish way of life. Facing the Atlantic Ocean, it showcases a different Spain to the glitz and glamour of the Med, with its big beaches, historic Moorish architecture and toe-tapping flamenco bars in Jerez.

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Costa del Sol

With 320 days of sunshine a year, the Costa Del Sol remains one of the most popular holiday hot spots with British travellers. Spend days padding along the beaches of Torremolinos and eating tapas in Benalmadena, before exploring the historic white villages of Andalusia.

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Costa Dorada

Spain’s golden coastline stretches between Tarragona and Barcelona. Meander through its cobbled, boutique-filled streets or explore the seafront fairground in Salou. Browse the Bonavista market for local goods, and soak up the sun that shines here 300 days a year.

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When To Visit Spain

Spain has a typical Mediterranean climate. In the Balearic Islands, things start getting hot in May. On the islands and mainland, temperatures peak above 30°C in July and August. Further south, the Canary Islands enjoy mild, sub-tropical weather and temperatures remain in the 20s throughout winter.

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