Spain, Balearic & Canary Islands Destinations

Barcelona
Barcelona
The stunning, cosmopolitan city of Barcelona has many facets; buzzing nightlife, fascinating history, cultural gems, chic shopping and Mediterranean beaches to name but a few!
Casares
Casares
The stunning white-washed village of Casares offers a true taste of rural Andalucia. The Moorish style cubed buildings and its Medieval Arab fortress make this charming village picture perfect.To plan your holiday in Casares, call our Mediterranean specialists today for more information.
Fuerteventura
Fuerteventura
The closest of the Canary Islands to Africa, Fuerteventura is a popular destination with watersport lovers with fantastic opportunities for diving, windsurfing and surfing. The sandy beaches of Fuerteventura stretch for miles and are home to giant sand dunes.To plan your holiday in Fuerteventura, call our Mediterranean specialists today for more information.
Gran Canaria
Gran Canaria
The third-largest Canary Island, Gran Canaria, is an enchanting blend of mountains, beaches of black, pink or golden sands, quaint villages of whitewashed houses, vibrant greenery and a plethora of restaurants, bars and shops. The seemingly endless sunshine and diverse landscapes here, including sand dunes blown across from the Sahara Desert, mean the list of activities here are vast.
Ibiza
Ibiza
The resort of Santa Eulalia on Ibiza's south east coast is the third largest resort on the island. It is an ideal choice for a luxury Ibiza holiday with the resort offering a laid-back charm, perfect for a family holiday. The main focus of a holiday to Santa Eulalia is the broad, soft, sandy beach with calm waters, ideal for young children.
Lanzarote
Lanzarote
Known as the ‘The Magic Island’, Lanzarote boasts the largest concentration of volcanoes of any island in the world. Startling contrasts of vegetation grow beside bizarre forms of petrified lava while pale and dark sand beaches line the coastline.
Marbella
Marbella
When you holiday in Marbella, you will be visiting a favourite location for the rich and famous. Whether you explore the honeycomb of narrow streets, relax on the 26km of beaches bathed by the Mediterranean sea or simply watch the world go by at one of the traditional or seafood restaurants in the port, you and your children are sure to enjoy a family holiday in Marbella.
Murcia
Murcia
The area of Murcia in south east Spain is home to beautiful beaches and lush fertile open spaces. It enjoys hot summers and low annual rainfall. Murcia is fairly unknown to tourists and due to this the area has managed to remain relatively unspoilt unlike some of the other Spanish Mediterranean coastal resorts.
Tenerife
Tenerife
Tenerife is the largest and most commercial of the Canary Islands. Its main appeal is the beautiful colonial towns that lie within the striking mountainous landscape. The bustling south of the island contrasts to the north, where the pace of life is slower and quieter, boasting a lush landscape and the charming old town of Puerto de la Cruz.
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