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Join us on a holiday to Spain

Spain is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, and home to some of the most magnificent cities.

Journeying across Spain reveals an array of captivating destinations, each brimming with its own unique cultural tapestry and natural marvels. Starting from the vibrant heartbeat of the nation in Madrid, where the grand Plaza Mayor stands as a testament to its history, and prestigious galleries and museums paint a canvas of artistic brilliance. The cultural mosaic continues in Barcelona, an effervescent metropolis adorned with architectural wonders. Seville, the cradle of flamenco, pulses with its rhythmic beats, while Granada echoes with the whispers of its Moorish heritage, epitomised by the Alhambra. Along the ancient port-city of Cadiz, kissed by the Atlantic's waves for over four millennia, history blends seamlessly with modern vibrancy.

Spain's allure extends beyond its cities, offering glimpses of nature's grandeur. In Galicia, the breathtaking cliffs of San Andres de Teixido, which is passed through on our hidden Spain tour, soaring high as Europe's loftiest, stand as sentinels to the stunning landscapes. Further south, the Desierto de Tabernas in Almeria unveils Spain's only desert, a dramatic contrast to the country's diverse terrain.

For those seeking coastal bliss, Spain's shores boast an array of seaside havens. From the northern allure of San Sebastián, nestled along the Bay of Biscay, to the sun-kissed charms of the Costa Blanca and Costa del Sol in Southern Spain, beach enthusiasts are spoiled for choice. Quaint villages beckon with their rustic charm, while bustling beach resorts offer a blend of relaxation and vibrant energy. The Canary Islands, with their volcanic landscapes and pristine beaches, and the idyllic San Sebastián, stand as picturesque retreats for travellers seeking the epitome of Spain's coastal beauty.

Our featured Spain holidays

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Spain tours for solo travellers

Be inspired to travel solo. Newmarket Holidays welcomes solo travellers on all our group tours. In fact, many of our customers choose to join our tours on their own. And the best part is: you won’t really be alone. With a group of like-minded travellers and a friendly, informative tour manager (as well as incredible locals all over the world!), you will love your holiday experience. Joining a tour as a solo traveller is also a guaranteed way to feel safe and confident when travelling alone. While you can join any of our regular tours on your own, we also have a range of tours designed exclusively for solo travellers.

Things to see in Spain

Spain tour highlights

Things to see and places to visit on your escorted tour of Spain

Spain by region

Depending on what you love to experience on a holiday, Spain has so much in store for you. If you need a spot of sun, the Southern region will have you more than covered. But if you’re looking for small villages surrounded by dramatic coastline and fascinating regional tapas, head to the north!

Spain FAQs

First holiday to Spain? Here are a few questions you might have.

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  • To get the best of your Spain adventure, we recommend the following tours:

    Seville, Granada & Classic Spain
    Little Trains of the Pyrenees
    Explore Andalucia by Little Boats
    Lisbon, Seville & the Glorious Algarve
    Historic Paradors of Hidden Spain
    Paradors & Pousadas of Spain & Portugal

    If you'd like to see more Spain tours, check out our website.

  • Generally speaking, Spain enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and relatively mild winters. There is some regional variation to this rule, with the Cantabrian coast in the north experiencing milder summers of around 25°C, and the interior and mountainous areas (such as the Pyrenees, Sierra Nevada and the Iberian Mountains) getting much harsher winters, often with snow. Temperatures in the south and on the Balearic and Canary Islands can climb into the high 30s during the long, dry summer. 

  • It depends which part of Spain you are planning on visiting. It is best to avoid visiting Seville and other parts of southern Spain during peak summer, as temperatures often surpass 40°C. Generally speaking, spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the best times to visit southern Spain and the Balearics, when there are fewer crowds, but temperatures remain pleasant. The Canary Islands are an ideal year-round destination.

  • Considering its position within Western Europe, Spain is not a particularly expensive country. Prices do vary across Spain, with major cities like Madrid and Barcelona sitting toward the more expensive end of the scale. However, in most Mediterranean coastal resorts, smaller cities together with the Canary and Balearic Islands, prices are very agreeable, especially for eating and drinking, as Spain does not rely on imports for most of its food. 

  • Spain is famous for its Mediterranean climate, culture and coastline, together with its food, wine, architecture and history. The capital of Spain is Madrid, which, along with Barcelona and Seville, is one of the country’s most visited cities, each home to a treasure trove of diverse architecture and popular sights, including Madrid’s Plaza Mayor, Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia and Seville’s Alcazar Palace. Spain’s beaches are also very popular, with the country boasting a huge coastline, together with several islands. Flamenco and bullfighting are also popular aspects of Spanish culture.

  • Spanish food is famous across the world, and is heavily influenced by historical legacy and regional climates. Tapas is a popular form of cuisine throughout Spain, consisting of plates of food that are traditionally shared, as is paella, a large rice dish that originated from Valencia. Tomatoes and peppers are ubiquitous across the country, along with chorizo and Iberico ham. On or near the coast, seafood is very popular, including prawns, octopus and mussels. The Spanish produce a lot of wine, including the famous Rioja variety. Sangria (a wine-based beverage) and beer are also popular drinks in Spain.

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