Spain is a vibrant and beautiful country, and it’s one of the most popular destinations in Europe.
Visit the Alcazar of Seville (Real Alcazar) on a tour that shows off the top features of the royal palace, such as the Patio de las Doncellas. Learn about the various styles of architecture that the palace is known for, particularly Mudejar.
Enjoy a hassle-free visit to Granada with a package that includes round-trip transfer service from Malaga or Costa del Sol and tickets to two top attractions.
Visit the atmospheric city of Sintra on a full-day, small-group tour from Lisbon, then spend the day exploring the Portuguese coast, Quinta da Regaleira, and Sintra’s historic centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
On the banks of the river Arlanza and Duero, Burgos is a historical delight among the best cities to visit in Spain. The Cathedral of Burgos is a magnificent monument and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The birthplace of Pablo Picasso, this beach city is a lovely place to relax. It has a vibrant bohemian culture, the SOHO district being its hub. Malaga also has its fair share of old fortresses and churches: Alcazaba and the Baroque Cathedral.
The main attraction in Leiria is the stunning castle that so beautifully sits atop a hill overlooking the city. With trees springing up around its ancient walls, it is magical to behold, appearing as if out of a fairytale. From the castle itself, there is a great view of Leiria down below.
Cala n Porter is located on the south of the island of Menorca and one of the nicest in the area, As with a lot of coves on the Balearic Islands, Cala n Porter is situated within a protected bay area and offers high-quality sand and clear waters.
Cala Fornells is another popular cove beach area located on the Balearic Island of Mallorca.
It is a great place at low tide when rock pools are left with crabs and shells. A little to the north, you can explore caves and ravines if you get bored with just lying on the beach sunbathing.
For such a small country, Portugal packs a punch.
The passions of Spain are exemplified in the wild flavours of tapas, the affectionate locals, and the creative masterpieces of Gaudi, Picasso, and Dali. Indulge in the world-famous salted chargrilled fish and freshly baked bread in Portugal. Dance to the upbeat tempo of Flamenco in Spain, and ponder the soulful Portuguese blues of Fado music.