Spain has everything you are looking for as a tourist. There are loads to do for sunbathers, adventurers and culture seekers. Choose a holiday home on one of the many costas, go on a city trip in Barcelona, take up the challenge and go to Santiago de Compostela yourself, or book a last minute holiday on a beautiful Spanish island, such as Ibiza.
No better destination to enjoy the sun than beautiful Spain with its great costas. The Spanish coast has numerous costas, each with its own atmosphere. In the very north of Catalonia, the Costa Brava stretches from Portbou to Blanes. With a jagged and rocky coastline, this is one of the most rugged costas in Spain. You can enjoy art, architecture, sports and delicious local dishes.
Under the Costa Brava, the Costa del Maresme and the Costa de Garraf together form the Costa de Ponent. Here, too, the landscape is predominantly characterised by rocks with large differences in height. The Costa de Ponent is less well-known by tourists, but will certainly appeal to nature lovers with its separate nature reserves. Are you looking for the classic sun, water and beach package, from a holiday home by the sea? Then you will enjoy the Costa Daurada. Vast sandy beaches, deep blue sea and some Roman ruins that stand out against the horizon, are the ideal setting for a holiday in which peace and enjoyment are central.
If you prefer a harmonious combination of sunbathing and history, the Costa del Azahar is a must. You will find both sandy beaches and castles that date back to the Middle Ages, and which are particularly well preserved. Some of the villages in this coastal area still look the same as when they were built hundreds of years ago. Even more perfect holiday destinations in Spain can be found on the Costa de Valencia with its spas and delicious cudisisine, the Costa Blanca with its touristic approach, the Costa Cálida with its mysterious, sheltered bays, the Costa de Almería & Costa Tropical where it is extremely peaceful and the Costa del Sol & Costa de la Luz on the Portuguese border.
If you can't choose because there are so many last minute holidays available, take a look at our special offers. You will always find beautiful homes for a good price here.
Would you like to combine cheap last minute holidays to Spain with adventure, challenge and self-development? A trip to Santiago de Compostela is a unique experience that should not be missed. Every year, thousands of people travel to Compostela with a backpack to connect with themselves. The trip is tough, but when you reach the end point, you have a satisfaction that will last for a long time to come.
However, this beautiful place in Spain is so much more than just a place of pilgrimage. The number of students in the city are constantly increasing, so the nightlife here is thriving. In addition, there are cultural activities throughout the year that give you, as a tourist, an insight into the Spanish way of life and thinking. The main attraction of Santiago de Compostela is the cathedral. The imposing building is also called the Golden Work because of its impressive facade. It is built in the shape of a cruciform church and is a typical example of Baroque. There are regular offers to Compostela that allow you to cheaply discover the attraction of this place.
Would you like to go on a city trip where there is loads to see? Then you should look for an offer with Barcelona as your final destination. This lively city in Spain is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, and is an example of versatility and diversity.
The most famous place in Barcelona is the Rambla. The large avenue is the centre of social life in the city and you will always find people there. Artists, street artists, small stalls and merchants spread across the pedestrian Rambla and sell their goods to the many tourists who walk around here all year round. One of the souvenirs that can be found here is a print, photo or other gadget with the Sagrada Familia on it. This structure was the life's work of artist and architect Gaudí, but unfortunately he did not manage to complete it during his life.
Casa Mila and Park Guëll are also his work and show the typical organic structures that Gaudí was so fond of. The park is located on a hill and offers a unique view of the city. You will find the works of the artist along the footpaths, and there is also a beautiful colonnade. In addition to the Rambla and the buildings of Gaudi, there are dozens of other attractions in Barcelona. The Montjuïc hill, the Olympic stadium, the Spanish village and the museum of Miró should not be missing from your list. In the harbour, you can enjoy delectable delicacies and freshly caught fish. And of course, the typical Spanish tapas bars should not be missed. Here you can order small snacks that you can eat with your hands. Tomato and olive oil on bread, Spanish omelettes and meatballs will add a gastronomic edge to your last minute trip to Spain.
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