The Spanish Riviera is a feast for all your senses. Watch the scarlet flamenco skirts twirl in the town squares, taste the aromatic Rioja and paella and wake up every day to a gorgeous panoramic view.
Barcelona sited between the sea and the mountains, has found a formidable balance: a foot in the traditional things and the other in the avant-garde. Barcelona has the reputation of being the most cosmopolitan, modern and avant-garde city in Spain.
If there is a place with an authentic Andalusian lucky charm, that province is undoubtedly Málaga, where its white villages, ﬂower-ﬁlled courtyards and beaches create a unique space full of charm. Marbella is the great classic of the Andalucian coast, where the sound of the Mediterranean and the gentle aroma of jasmine with a spectacular nightlife, shopping with glamour, local food specialties will form part of the best tourist experience you will ever have.
Vibrant, ﬂamboyant and idyllic in equal measure, meet the beautiful Balearics.
Lying in blissful sunshine off the east coast of Spain, the Balearic Islands of Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca enjoy a long, hot summer.
They are the perfect place to lounge on the beach by day and party into the small hours by night.
Ibiza is renowned for its vivid nightlife, where you can dance the night away. There are sophisticated bars and restaurants in the old town where the rich and famous robbing shoulders with locals.
Cruise to the off-lying island of Formentera – this stunning spit of land is a beach lover’s paradise, with its perfect white sands and crystal clear waters that appear turquoise to the eye.
Sail across to the quieter island of Menorca, with its rolling hills and English feeling countryside. Relax and swim in the clear waters around the sandy beaches of Cala Algaiarens, a wide cove split into two golden sandy beaches. Embrace their charm and tranquility.
Discover the scenic coastline of the Costa Brava, Sienna-coloured rocky cliffs topped with pine trees tumble into the turquoise sea, creating one of the most magical landscapes in the Mediterranean. The whitewashed houses of Cadaque were even a source of inspiration to great artists like Matisse and Dali.