- Spain All inclusive holidays
Ask most Brits where they are going on holiday this year, and Spain is likely to be a frequent reply. This is partly because of the long-held love of Spain's sunny beaches, which have become icons of the Mediterranean climate. But it is also thanks to the country's diversity of destinations, which range from the mainland with its beaches and cultural city breaks, to island groups like the Balearics for family holidays. This includes the Canaries, if you're willing to travel a little further afield in exchange for more equatorial conditions.
The coast with the most
Historically, Spain's 'costas' have been associated with package holidays since the very earliest days of international flight, and they remain hugely popular for all-inclusive holidays to Spain today. Costa Brava and Costa Dorada are situated most northerly on the Mediterranean coastline, in Cataluna, while further south is Costa Blanca and Costa de Almeria. This is before you come to the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, Costa Tropical and Costa del Sol - the latter perhaps the most famous of them all, offering some of the warmest weather and finest conditions in the entire country.
A beautiful horizon
In more recent years, Spain's cities have risen to huge popularity among all kinds of holidaymakers, and there's no reason why you shouldn't be able to top up your tan while sightseeing in these cultural hotspots. The capital, Madrid, is the EU's third-largest city, with high standards of living and a thriving financial sector making it significant on the world stage. Spain's second city of Barcelona is only around half as populous, but its architecture creates a truly unique and inspiring skyline. Many millions of visitors flock to see this each year, making it one of Europe's top five city destinations for tourism.
Why go all-inclusive to Spain?
The diversity of destinations, both on the Spanish mainland and in its island groups, are all well served by cheap all-inclusive holidays to Spain. Like full-board breaks, these give you the confidence of knowing your meals are paid for in advance, but on many all-inclusive trips you have much more flexibility over when you eat – including extra snacks and drinks throughout the day outside of the normal mealtimes. You might also find activities like sailing and snorkelling included in the ticket price, or sightseeing tours if you are staying in one of the major cities.
Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Spain?
One of the most popular resort destinations in the world, Spain is a great place to go for a summer break to get away from it all. Drink in the sunshine and lie on the beach, with plenty to choose from. To make it even more convenient, why not opt for all-inclusive holidays in Spain, where all your food and drink is covered? All-inclusive deals also often include a selection of excursions too. It’s stress-free, easy and a great way of sampling local cuisine on your break.