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A holiday to Spain conjures up images of sparkling seas, stunning beaches and delicious seafood, but there's more to it than meets the eye. Discover cosmopolitan cities like Barcelona and Madrid where you can take in incredible museums and galleries or party till dawn in lively bars, meanwhile the iconic port of Bilbao with its legendary cuisine and cutting-edge design offers an altogether different experience. Seville, the capital of Andalusia and the largest city in the region, will leave its mark on holidaymakers looking for a city break packed with history and striking architecture thanks to its combination of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Moorish influences. The ever popular Costa del Sol is hard to beat for great value bucket and spade holidays, while Costa Dorada offers a more authentic beach holiday.

Across the shimmering Mediterranean Sea you'll find the Canary Islands, renowned for their year-round sunshine and balmy temperatures. The largest of the group, Tenerife is dominated by volcanic landscapes and offers a range of fun for the whole family in its resorts and waterparks, whilst Gran Canaria offers delicious food and traditional Canarian architecture. Fuerteventura is the beach paradise of the Canaries, with sand dunes and a near constant breeze whipping up the perfect conditions for windsurfers and kiteboarders. 

East of the Spanish mainland, the Balearic Island of Ibiza conjures up images of beach clubs and all night raves, yet there's much more to the White Isle than meets the eye with secluded coves and charming villages dotted across the island. Its larger neighbour, Majorca, offers beaches, nightlife and, perhaps surprisingly, hiking opportunities aplenty To the east is Menorca, a more laidback and less developed version of its neighbours offering a more rural experience with protected areas to ensure the landscape stays relatively unspoilt.


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