All Inclusive Holidays Spain – Spain All Inclusive Holiday Choices

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All Inclusive Holidays Spain, one of the best holiday destinations to visit for British holidaymakers. Spain has so many different holiday resorts to choose from offering such a variety of choices for even the fussiest of people. There are holiday resorts that offer lots of nightlife to the quieter family friendly resorts with large sandy beaches. A holiday in Spain offers you the chance to select a suitable holiday resort based on your holiday requirements particularly because there are so many. Perhaps the actual destination may not be as important as the choice of accommodation particularly on an all inclusive basis. On an all inclusive holiday people tend to stay in the hotel grounds and take advantage of all the food and drink available at no extra cost! If you are planning on leaving your accommodation to explore the surrounding area or get some shopping in then picking the right holiday resort could make a difference to your overall holiday enjoyment.

Lively holiday destinations in Spain

For a lively holiday Spain offers some great holiday destinations such as Benidorm on the Costa Blanca which has been a favourite of British holidaymakers for many years. If you are looking for the busiest part then look for accommodation in the Levante area and for something a bit quieter look for hotels in the old town area. Other lively favourites include San Antonio on the island of Ibiza and Magalluf on Majorca. There are also some lively options on the Canary Islands which are more popular in the winter months as they offer an increased chance of better weather that time of the year.

Holidays on Mainland Spain in the ‘Costas’

The different holiday areas on mainland Spain are divided by different regions commonly known as the ‘Costas’ To the north east of Spain is the Costa Brava which includes some lively resorts such as Lloret De Mar. Next is the Costa Dorada which includes the very popular holiday resort of Salou which has a major theme park on its doorstep and a nice but busy sandy beach. Salou is good for holidaymakers looking for some nightlife and for families so make sure you check the hotel description to make sure you are not in accommodation in the wrong area. This advice could apply to a large number of destinations so make sure you check before you book. Next on the coastline is the Costa Blanca which is famous for the holiday resort of Benidorm which has been previously mentioned. Some people have compared it to being like Blackpool in England! Next on our coastline tour of Spain is the Costa De Almeria. Further down along the bottom of the Spanish mainland is the Costa Del Sol and the many popular resorts such as Benalmadena, Estepona, Fuengirola, Marbella, Mijas and Nerja. From some of these resorts in the Costa del Sol you can also visit Gibraltar for the day

Spain Holidays in the Balearic Islands

The main holiday destinations in this group of Spanish islands are Majorca, Ibiza and the family friendly island of Menorca. Majorca is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe and as such offers a wide variety of resorts from the quiet resorts to the party resorts such as Magaluf and neighbouring Palma Nova. In the North East of the island is the more family friendly resorts such as Alcudia. Majorca offers lots of great sandy beaches all over the island as well as access to a number of different waterparks. A trip to the capital is well worthwhile for a shopping trip or to add a bit of culture to your holiday! Ibiza like Majorca has its famous nightlife resort of San Antonio however it’s a bit quieter across the bay. There are also some great family friendly resorts on the island as well. Have a look at the resorts of Cala Llonga, Es Cana or Playa D’en Bossa if you are thinking about a family holiday. Menorca is great for families and with flight times of less than three hours from many parts of the UK it is an ideal choice for families or couples looking for a quieter holiday destination. The family resort of Cala’n Forcat in particular offers holidaymakers a great base from which to explore the rest of the West coast of the island.

All Inclusive Holidays on the Canary Islands

The most popular Canary Islands are Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and of course Tenerife. These islands offer a good variety of busy and family friendly resorts. In Tenerife the most popular resort is Playa De Las Americas which has grown so big it now has reached Los Cristianos, its previous neighbour and almost swallowed it up. In Playa De Las Americas you will find lots of shops, bars and restaurants. In contrast there is the resort of Puerto De La Cruz which these days is much quieter as it is in the north of the island and can be susceptible to low lying cloud so these days it tends to be popular with older holidaymakers. The island of Lanzarote also has its most popular resort which is Puerto Del Carmen. Puerto Del Carmen has a massive beach stretching over 5km in length catering for lots of sun worshippers. In the evening the resort comes to life with a large number of restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

These are the more popular holiday destinations and regions in Spain

Andalucia, Costa Blanca, Costa Brava, Costa De Almeria, Costa De La Luz, Costa Del Sol, Costa Dorada, Formentera, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Ibiza, La Gomera, La Palma, Lanzarote, Majorca, Menorca and Tenerife.