Spain has been declared one of 2018’s best value destinations for a summer holiday, especially so for Britons. Every year almost 12 million Britons visit Spain because it offers the cheapest trips. There are a large number of destinations in Spain that are beloved by travelers such as Barcelona, Ibiza, and Majorca. We’re listing all the destinations worth picking when it comes to the prettiest sandy beaches, coolest waters and hours of sunshine.
Lloret De Mar is considered a great budget resort because of its boast 58 hours of sun every week. Other than soaking up golden rays of the sun, guests can watch the sunset at the 29-mile beach attached to the resort. Imagine taking romantic walks on the beach, or watching your kids build a sand castle while you take a dip in the 23-degree water cascading on the beach.
Anything that mentions the word “costa” creates pictures of towering apartment blocks, cheap beer, however, Costa Brava is much more sophisticated and classier. It is one of the perfect in the region for families who want a little peace and quiet. What makes it stand out is that it is big enough to keep the younger ones entertained for at least a week. The resort has a chaotic (but short) high tourist season in the months of July and August, the rest of the year you’ll hear little more than a birdsong and the crashing of the waves on the beach.
This little region in Spain does not get the hype and flock of tourist traffic it rightly deserves for Spain holidays. Extremadura has mouthwatering food, even better wine and three beautiful cities worth exploring. Trujillo and Caceres are stunning, picturesque towns and the jewels of Extremadura. Even though Merida isn’t as beautiful as the first two, it is worth visiting because of its remarkable collection of Roman remains.
If you’re looking for the most beautiful beach in Spain, then look no further than this. Britons who would love to visit a new beach every day should make Viveiro their base, and drive for less than an hour to a new beach every day of the week. Those who are not a fan of driving can easily stick to the beaches at Viveiro Bay, which is a teardrop-shaped cove framed by the scattered hills covered in eucalyptus trees and pines. This is an area where people of all ages enjoy the Spain holiday vibes with their family and friends.
This is an ancient little town about twenty miles east of Madrid, and it has some surprising, yet strong claims to fame. The history of the little town has made it a World Heritage Site, but despite its historical importance, very few people have heard about it. The archbishop’s palace, where Christopher Columbus begged Queen Isabella to fund his voyage across the sea, a grand Renaissance university which came into being in 1499, and also the Corral de Comedias, a theatre in Europe which has been in use for four centuries are all in this one little town.