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Spain Holidays

Spain holidays

Millions of tourists from Europe visit Spain and all the Costas each year, one of the mus all times popular destination is Costa Brava, the travel to Spain for the weather, the beaches and a good selection of cheap Spain holidays, Spain is not just about siestas, fiestas and Sangria! in the Costa Brava the must popular hotels are the H.TOP Hotels specially for the All Inclusive, all these hotels are bocable on our online site, bellow list and some description of the H.TOP Hotels.



Things to do on Holidays


Spain is a perfect year-round holiday choice for many. With outdoor adventure, cosmopolitan cities, world class museums and art galleries, and a vast number of beautiful beaches and secluded coves, a holiday in Spain is ideal for families, couples, friends, singles and experienced travelers. A Spain holiday really does have it all. A variety show of activities and respite, it’s not difficult to see why this European gem is where the original package holidays first stemmed from. Famous in the 50s for being the country where the British began to holiday, Benidorm soon made a name for itself as the party capital of the country, right up until the late 80s, when the Spanish islands of Ibiza, Majorca and Lanzarote started gaining in popularity amongst those looking for a faultless beachside break.

Continuing to attract all age groups from nine to ninety, today thrill-seekers will be kept quiet thanks to the copious amounts of water sports and skiing pastimes on offer, beach buffs can loll in the sun all day at one of the many beaches dotted around the coastline, whilst party animals have the pick of the bunch thanks to the bigger, built-up resorts and their selection of pubs and clubs blasting out mixes from midnight until morning.



Things to do and Culture


As a result of the British invasion in the 50s, most Spanish inhabitants speak fluent English and are at ease with the influx of tourists that grace their shores 365 days a year. Not all deeply religious, the dominant faith in Spain is Roman Catholic and when they’re not tending to tourists wants and needs, Sundays are spent at church and with the family.Made up of different latitudes between north and south, most holiday hotspots in Spain have a unique topography, and whether you’re discovering the barren plains of the south, the flourishing forests in the north, the rolling mountain ranges or the sweeping sandy beaches, there’s a terrain for every tourist to enjoy. 



Things to do and Nightlife


The Spanish way of life is slow, laid-back and the polar opposite of the way most Brits live. Family and good food comes first, making meal times a focal point every day of the week, and because of afternoon siestas, most Spaniards don’t tend to eat until later in the day, so if you go out looking for restaurants, don’t be surprised if some of them don’t start opening their doors until 8.30 / 9pm.Throughout Spain holidays, you’ll find everything from burger shacks to Italian offerings but for a traditional trip, make sure you search out a Spanish eatery. Cheaper than most foreign chains, Spaniards eat out on a regular basis so prices will remain competitive. Although the food across Spain and it’s multitude of islands has regional variations, the staple Spanish cuisine revolves around fresh fish, tapas, ham, cheese and olives, as well as Chorizo sausage and chilled Gazpacho soup typical in Castilla. Just make sure you order a bottle of Rioja to keep the locals happy. Their famed Spanish wine, and the natives’ drink of choice, the gluggable wine goes well with any and every Spanish dish you’ll find on the menu.  



Book your Spanish Holiday now!


So you know a little more about Spain Holidays and its customs and culture, and you have decided that it is the right place for this year’s holiday! Well, what are you waiting for? Northern Holidays has a wide range of holidays to all over Spain, from the Balearic Islands of Ibiza and Majorca. It really is up to you.With Northern Holidays, you know you’re getting the best prices around for your well earned week or two away. The hotels on offer have all been handpicked by our team of experts, and the regular flights from the length and breadth of the country mean you can find your perfect holiday right here. It really is just a few clicks away!  

Spain boasts a rich history and natural beauty, with a diverse landscape of beautiful sandy beaches, snow-capped mountains and lush countryside. Showcasing amazing architecture, Spanish cities are drenched in the atmosphere of the past and present, and offer a mix of traditional and cosmopolitan with an array of museums and monuments interspersed with modern bars, shops, cafes and restaurants. Holidays in Spain are so diverse and full of variety, you could return every single year and still manage to see everything you wanted to! Book your cheap Spain holidays with Northern Holidays to make sure you get the perfect holiday at an unbeatable price! If you are searching for a beach-based break then you will love the Spanish Costas, the most infamous being the Costa del Sol. Nicknamed the ‘sunshine coast’, Torremolinos has over 7km of soft golden sand, while Costa Blanca is famed for its pale white promenade, the Costa Brava boasts cream-coloured shores and the Costa de la Luz presents ideal snorkelling territory.



Weather in Spain


Jan – 13ºC,  Feb – 15ºC,  Mar – 16ºC,   Apr – 18ºC,  May – 21ºC,   Jun – 24ºC,   Jul – 27ºC,   Aug – 27ºC – Sep – 25ºC,   Oct – 20ºC,   Nov – 16ºC,   Dec – 13ºC

The weather in Spain is all year round beautiful and sunny, Spain is perfect for a holiday at any time of the year specially in the Costa del Sol.  As Spain is a big country the climate varies from coast to to another coast, meaning a trip to the Costa Brava and Costa Maresma  will be the same forecast as Barcelona city.