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Check out where to go in Spain and the Spanish Islands

Spain has so much to offer and with the Spanish mainland and islands to choose from, so if you are not sure which region of Spain to head for or what places to visit when you get there, check out the Spanish Villa Guide to great places to visit in Spain.

Costa-Blanca region in Spain

Costa Blanca

Staying in a villa or apartment in the Costa Blanca you will be able to enjoy a great climate, lush moutainous scenery inland and, of course, great beaches along the coast. Best known for regional capital Valencia, Alicante and Benidorm. Find out more about Costa Blanca or see Costa Blanca villas>


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Menorca region in Spain


For those seeking a relaxing villa or apartment holiday then Menorca is the perfect destination. With some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean this pretty island is ideally suited to families or couples looking for a quiet retreat. Find out more about Menorca or see Menorca villas>


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Mallorca region in Spain


Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands and is best known to UK tourists for its many popular holiday resorts. However, many thousands of visitors are attracted to villas and apartments in Mallorca each year because of the beautiful and dramatic scenery and the great climate. Find out more about Mallorca or see Mallorca villas>


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Costa-Brava region in Spain

Catalonia and Costa Brava

From the French border in the north to Barcelona in the south, the Costa Brava and Catalonia region of Spain has one of the most beautiful coastlines in Europe. And, you can still find the rugged and beautiful Catalonia using a villa or an apartment as a great base from which to explore. Find out more about Catalonia and Costa Brava or see Catalonia and Costa Brava villas>


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Ibiza region in Spain


A villa or apartment holiday in Ibiza has something for the whole family to enjoy. From beautiful beaches and stunning scenery to the renowned nightlife, Ibiza is a popular holiday destination for young and old. Find out more about Ibiza or see Ibiza villas>


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Tenerife region in Spain


Tenerife has a very pronounced difference between the lush and green north and the more typical sun baked terrain in the south. So whatever holiday experience you are after at your villa or apartment, Tenerife will be a perfect location. Find out more about Tenerife or see Tenerife villas>


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Lanzarote region in Spain


Lanzarote remains a highly popular family holiday choice for families young and old. Consistently warm temperatures, long sunshine hours, sandy beaches and natural beauty, mean that a villa or apartment in Lanzarote has a lot to offer. Find out more about Lanzarote or see Lanzarote villas>


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Costa-del-Sol region in Spain

Andalucia and Costa del Sol

Stretching from the Portuguese border on the Atlantic Coast to Almeria on the Mediterranean the region of Andalucia and the Costa del Sol can offer villa and apartments visitors everything from golden beaches to hilltop retreats. Find out more about Andalucia and Costa del Sol or see Andalucia and Costa del Sol villas>


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Almeria, Costa Del Sol

The countryside particularities and the good weather of Almeria transform this province into the fine setting for the development of an important movies industry. More >>

Altea, Costa Blanca

Altea – Art and Culture is based 4 miles from Benidorm on the north Costa Blanca.  It is protected by the Mountain Sierra Bernia and receives the flow of the River Algar. More >>

Benidorm, Costa Blanca

The cosmopolitan town of Benidorm was once just a tiny fishing village but has now grown into the Mediterranean’s largest tourist areas. More >>

Elche, Costa Blanca

Elche – City of Palms and History. The city of Elche is situated in an ear of the Costa Blanca known as El Baix Vinalopó, nine kilometres from Alicante’s El Altet airport.  More >>

Granada, Andalucia

A city of contrasts, a symbiosis of cultures, built around a deep valley, Granada is linked by the A-92 motorway with the eastern and western parts of Andalusia. More >>

Guadalest, Andalucia

Perched on a rocky outcrop over 610 m high and surrounded by the Aitana, Aerella and Xorta mountains, it is the most visited village on the Costa Blanca. More >>

Malaga, Andalucia

Situated in the basin of the same name and surrounded by rich natural areas such as the Montes de Malaga or the estuary of the River Guadalhorce. More >>

Villajoyosa, Andalucia

Villajoyosa – the Costa’s Shining Jewel is a fishing town situated about five kilometres south of Benidorm. Its name literally means the jewelled town. More >>
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