Millions of tourists visit Spain every year, so it is probably apparent that a Spanish Holiday is not all fiestas and siestas! There are lots of fabulous way to have a great time in Spain!
Spanish Holidays are filled with history and natural beauty. You will find a variety of landscapes such as lovely sandy white beaches, mountains covered in snow, and a flourishing countryside. With their amazing architecture, Spanish cities offer the nostalgia of the past mixed with a true urban setting. You will find museums and monuments among restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops.
There are so many things to do and so many places to visit that you can return to Spain many times and always experience something new. Let ‘On the Beach’ make all the arrangements for your holiday in Spain, and you will pay a fair price for a fabulous holiday.
What types of tourists go to Spain on holiday?
There is no particular time of the year that is best for a Spanish Holiday. Go anytime! Spain is the perfect vacation getaway for all sorts of travelers. Families, couples, and groups of friends will all find plenty to enjoy. Spain offers opportunity for adventure in its metropolitan centers, with world renowned museums and art galleries, and the lovely beaches and isolated coves.
Spanish Weather: You can’t go wrong with a holiday in Spain because it is known for its gorgeous weather throughout the year. Because of its large size, the climate can be vastly different from region to region. For this reason, the weather can be totally different in Costas as compared to Madrid on the same day. The east and west actually have different types of weather because they are bordered by different oceans: the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.
Generally, central Spain is very hot in the summertime. That is why you may not have a chance to swim in the ocean to cool off if you go there during peak season. The coastal areas have the pleasure of normal Mediterranean weather consisting of warm springs, hot summers and moderate winters. This is the perfect combination for a fast getaway. The Sierra Nevada Mountains and Pyrenean area are still the coldest locations in Spain. Here you will find snow and zero degree temperatures during the winter.