Adventurous Activities in Spain
Spiaggia Su Portu
Surrounded by lush forestry and shaped like a half moon, this Sardinian gem is ideal for families and couples alike.
Families are sure to love Tamariu, where the golden sands are powder-soft and the waters calm and welcoming.
Playa del Ingles
Gran Canaria's most popular beach, Playa del Ingles offers plenty of exhilarating watersports activities.
Popular with tourists and families, Cala Saona is the ideal place to lay back and watch the sunset over the horizon.
Golden sands line this stunning beach, making it the perfect place to relax and top up your tan.
The Picasso Museum houses one of the most extensive collections of famous artist Picasso's work.
Designed by famous architect Gaudi, Park Guell is the perfect place to take an afternoon stroll.
Royal Palace of Madrid
The Royal Palace of Madrid homes the Spanish Royal Family, and is always popular with locals and tourists alike.
Gaudi's famous cathedral in Barcelona stretches towards the sky, and is a stunning example of Art Nouveau.
Party in Marbella
For nonstop fun, Marbella is the place to be, thanks to its myriad of shops, restaurants and nightclubs.
Explore the capital of Madrid
Wander around one of the museums or catch a local football game in the beautiful capital of Madrid.
Explore Barcelona's Gothic Quarter
Take a leisurely stroll through Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, home to astonishing architecture.
Climb Mount Teide
Tenerife's famous volcano is a must see. If you're feeling adventurous, you can even scale the mountain!.
Tapas consists of several small appetizers, so you're able to sample a little of everything.
The ultimate dessert, churros are strings of fried dough coated in sugar. Best served with hot chocolate.
A classic tapas dish, patatas bravas is cubes of potato served in a tasty spicy tomato sauce.
Spain's most famous dish, paella is made up of rice, seafood, meat and vegetables. Delicious.
Valencia's beach bars stay open until the early hours, so you can party until the sun rises over the ocean.
Home to some of the world's most famous clubs, Ibiza is at the top of the list when it comes to unforgettable nightlife.
Whether you're into karaoke or just want to enjoy a few pints, Benidorm has plenty of bars and pubs to choose from.
Barcelona's Gothic Quarter comes alive at night, with music spilling out into the streets and regular flamenco nights.