Spain attracts a variety of visitors every year, not only sun seekers booking cheap package deals but also the more intrepid travellers who opt for flights and then book hotels in separate places enabling them tour round. There are many purpose built resorts that offer cheap all inclusive holidays to Spain as well as the more upmarket and classy ones such as Marbella where you may spot a few celebrities if you're lucky. There is an abundance of hotels ranging from 2-5-stars, most with swimming pools and kids entertainment, as well lots of self catering apartments, which all have facilities such as kitchenettes and anything else that you may need. If none of that floats your boat then why not try camping or a staying in a hostel.
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Golf is a very popular activity in areas such as the Costa del Sol hence why there are fifty top class golf courses there to be enjoyed by tourists on their holidays in Spain. Everyone is welcome on the courses, from beginners, to experienced people and professionals. If golf’s not your thing, then there are plenty of water sports for you to enjoy over the hundreds of miles of coastline in Spain. You can hire equipment on the beach and even take lessons in some activities. The water sports that you can try include water-skiing, snorkelling, scuba diving, windsurfing and jet-skiing. You can also take rides on banana boats in some resorts. Horse-riding is popular in Spain and it is a great way to get around and see the rest of the country. There is also plenty to keep the children happy including the Sea Life Centre, a crocodile park and Dolphin World, and don’t forget the Tivoli World Amusement Park, which has rides and even holds a Flamenco display.
In Spain, seafood is very popular, which means you’re likely to find many seafood restaurants in amongst the more traditional Spanish places serving tasty dishes such as tortilla Espanola, Paella and Tapas. For the less adventurous, there are always plenty of restaurants serving English food. You might also like to sample some of the fine Spanish wines on offer and grown in local vineyards from a range of grapes such as Tempranillo and Grenache. The nightlife in Spain varies depending on which resort you are in. Many of the resorts are very lively and you will find karaoke bars, cocktail bars, casinos, nightclubs, British pubs, Irish bars and Spanish bars. Families seeking evening entertainment can take in a Flamenco dancing show. Shopping is very popular in Spain and you will find absolutely everything there. You can easily find furniture, leather items, clothing, jewellery, cosmetics, make-up, electrical goods and locally produced crafts. Public transport in Spain is brilliant with buses taking you everywhere. They take you into other resorts as do metered taxis. You can also catch a boat along the coast into other resorts.
Taking a holiday in Spain pretty much guarantees brilliant weather, with lots of sunshine and cloudless skies. The average temperature is around 22°C on land on 18°C in the water. During the summer months, the water temperature can reach up to 23°C making water sports perfect. If you want to avoid visiting in the hottest months then visit in May or June where temperatures are around 27°C. The highest summer temperature tends to be around 30°C. The coldest month is January; however temperatures still manage to reach 16°C. The sun is always out and when it does rain, it is cleared up very quickly. Check out our latest offers for the best deals on cheap package holidays to Spain and see for yourself!