All-inclusive holidays to Spain

All-inclusive holidays to Spain are relaxing, easy and fun. Once you have booked, everything is taken care of and you can just enjoy your well-earned break. From the beautiful Costas to the islands in the Mediterranean or the Canaries, Spain has so much on offer.

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Top destinations for an all-inclusive holiday in Spain

Spain is one of the UK's favourite holiday destinations for a very good reason. There are so many places to go, from city breaks to Barcelona, skiing in the Pyrenees and, of course, the multitude of beautiful beach resorts. Here are some of the top destinations in Spain for an all-inclusive holiday:

  • The Balearic Islands, consisting of Ibiza, Menorca, Majorca and Formentera, offer wild parties, pristine beaches, outdoor activities or lazy days in the sun - whatever you want from your island holiday. 
  • Gran Canaria has incredible sand dunes, scenic landscapes formed by volcanoes and a plethora of picturesque beaches. Add in shopping, museums and ancient caves and you will never be without something new to do on this beautiful island in the Canaries. 
  • Costa Dorada is just south along the coast from Barcelona. Calm, shallow water makes this a very family friendly area, ideal for a relaxing holiday at the beach. In Salou, you will find PortAventura World one of Spain's best theme parks. 
  • Costa Blanca is a 200 km stretch of coastline on the south-east corner of Spain. Lounging on the beach and partying all night are hugely popular here. Visit the Castle of Alicante or the Archaeological Museum for a fascinating look at the history of the region. 
  • Costa Brava, or the 'rugged coast', is north of Barcelona near to the border with France. Along with beautiful beaches, you will find rustic architecture, quaint towns and incredible nature. Go snorkelling in the Medes Islands or visit Girona Cathedral for a different view on this popular area. 
  • The Canary Islands are a testament to their volcanic history. Rugged landscapes are surrounded by idyllic beaches and crystal clear water. A year-round destination, the islands enjoy warm, sunny weather and, therefore, visitors during every month of the year. Try your hand at some watersports or go whale watching. 
  • Costa del Sol is a stretch of coastline in the south of Spain near Gibraltar. From shopping in vintage shops and street markets in Malaga to clubbing and pool parties in Marbella, you will find a bit of everything here. Waterparks and zip lines are among the kid-friendly activities available in the area.

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Typical food and gastronomy in Spain

All-inclusive holidays in Spain allow you to experience the rich flavours of Spanish cuisine, which varies depending on where you visit. The famous rice dish Paella is originally from Valencia, however, it is now seen in various versions all around Spain. Small plates of tapas are a great way to try new foods or share with friends and family.

Garlic prawns and Spanish omelette are always popular, or why not try mahon cheese in Menorca or spicy wrinkled potatoes in Tenerife. In Menorca, you will find flatbreads called coca, which can be served with tomatoes and garlic, or as a dessert snack with cream, sugar and apricots. Mercado de la Merced in Malaga is a gourmet food market where you will find the most delicious ingredients, snacks and meals, including sushi, barbecue and pastries.

Weather & climate in Spain

In the south of Spain and the Canaries, average temperatures reach up to around the mid-20s with highs of 30°C. In the Balearics and further north on the mainland around Barcelona, the highest average temperatures are slightly lower, in the low 20s. The hottest months tend to be July and August, while winters are milder than in the UK, with lowest temperatures of around 10°C or 17°C in the Canaries. Rainfall is much lower than in the UK and many places have over 300 days of sunshine every year.