1/18Best holiday resort in Spain
Roses | The picturesque coastal resort on the northern edge of the bay which shares its name has obtained the best customer reviews from you, and is this year’s best Spanish holiday resort. Read more in our blog!
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Holiday home for up to eight people in an almost perfect location, south of Tarragona.2/18Holiday with a panoramic view
Coast of Catalonia | Regardless of whether it’s the Costa Brava or the Costa Dorada – there are holiday homes on the Catalonian Mediterranean coast which are near the water and offer a direct view of the blue Ocean.
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Apartment for six people in the heart of Barcelona.3/18More than just a city trip
Barcelona | Sagrada Familia, Museu Picasso and not forgetting the blue shimmering Mediterranean. Nowhere else are culture and the beach close next to each other than in the Catalan capital.
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Holiday villa for up to six people above Calonge.4/18Holiday with your own pool
Costa Brava | Give your holiday in Spain that little bit extra. An own pool not only provides the ideal possibility of retreating from a full beach, but also just gives off a great deal of flair.
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Holiday home for 20 people, which has been furnished in a modern way and has a large pool and a horse stable.5/18The best at the Costa Brava
Costa Brava | Here we'll show you the accommodation at the Costa Brava, which has received the best reviews from our customers.
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Apartment with a sea view for up to six people in San Feliu de Guixols.6/18Beach in sight!
Costa Brava | "Vamos a la playa" is the holiday motto here. The beaches of the Costa Brava can be reached on foot from these holiday homes and apartments.
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Extensively-equipped cave apartment for up to six people in Andalusia.7/18That’s a holiday home?
Spain | Whether it’s castles, caves, stately mansion houses or former windmills – if you’re searching for extraordinary holiday homes, you’ll find them here.
Per week from GBP 307show 54 offers
Apartment in the historic quarter for up to six people8/18Experience Spain’s capital city
Madrid | Discover Spain’s midpoint around the Puerta del Sol and the Palacio Real with a city apartment in the heart of the royal capital.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Barcelona-Gràcia
show more roots, they don't say they come from Barcelona, they say Gràcia.
The area is popular with artists and a generally bohemian crowd, it also has a high ethnic population and the highest concentration of foreign restaurants in Barcelona. Plaça de Sol is the most renowned area of the neighbourhood, it's lined with terrace cafes and at night this is where the people convene to drink and be merry. However despite the trendy nature of Gràcia it is also a traditional barrio with a large elderly population which makes for an amusing and odd mix - and entertaining people-watching.
Gràcia is also well-known for it's festival which is held for 5 days in August and sees the locals competing in street decoration (they take it quite seriously). The results are usually spectacular, and at night the festival comes alive with drinks stalls and stages of live music of every variety.
Fontana is the metro stop, and from there you can get into the centre of the city, Plaça Catalunya in less than 10 minutes. Also near the metro stop is a cinema that plays films in their original language (version original).
Gràcia is totally self-sufficient. That is to say you could stay in Gràcia and never have to leave, there are good amenities of every sort, bars, cosy cafes, a real Mediterranean lifestyle. Whilst everything like the buildings, streets and plaças are in much smaller scale than those in the centre of town there is some striking art nouveau architecture to be seen.
Whilst I suppose one could find some of the trendy population quite intimidating (there are a lot of piercing, dreadlocks and tattoos around) the area is quite safe and away from the main squares where people drink outside until the early hours it is also quiet.
The area is perfect for those who want something a little bit different, those who perhaps have been to Barcelona before and want a different tourist experience. Although really because central Barcelona is so easily accessible from Gràcia it is suitable for everyone.
One of the best features of Gràcia is that there are not so many tourists so you feel like you've discovered something a bit new and diverse.
Shopping is also good in Gràcia, where new, arty boutiques stand next to traditional Spanish stores