1/26The best properties in Spain
Pollença | Holidaymakers especially enjoy the beautiful beaches and colourful hustle and bustle on the promenade in the district of Port de Pollença, located by the sea.
Per week from GBP 490show 541 offers
Stylishly furnished apartment for four people in Barcelona.2/26Beauty comes from inside
Spain | It doesn’t always have to be the usual interior furnishings. Let yourself be surprised by the extraordinary. Here you will find holiday homes with a certain something.
Per week from GBP 479show 37 offers
Apartment for up to six people in Calpe, right by the beach.3/26Vamos a la Playa!
Costa Blanca | Off to the beach! And also take the shortest route. With these holiday apartments and houses you are no further than 100 metres from the beaches of Costa Blanca.
Per week from GBP 214show 455 offers
4/26On the orange blossom coast
Costa del Azahar | This is where the name says it all. Oranges bloom and flourish on the coast of the Valencia region in the spring. Discover the "coast of orange blossoms" during your next holiday in Spain.
Per week from GBP 229show 1,053 offers
A finca under the Spanish sun
In Spain atraveo offers a selection of more than 20,000 holiday homes and apartments. Many of those holiday houses are so-called fincas which is usually an old farmhouse or a country estate with a restored country house. Fincas can be found all over Spain, on the Balearic Islands, along the Mediterranean coast as well as on the Canary Islands. Usually they offer various amenities like a swimming pool and other wellness facilities such as sauna and whirlpool. Most of the fincas offer enough space for larger parties and are ideal for families and groups.
But of course atraveo also offers other types of holiday apartments and houses in Spain. The range of offers includes secluded holiday houses which are ideal for hiking holidays in the Pyrenees or in the green Spanish north, basic holiday apartments at the hotspots of Spain’s coasts which are the ideal alternative to a hotel as well as luxurious villas at the jet set coast Costa del Sol.
Enjoy the sun in a Spanish holiday home
Spain holiday makers naturally appreciate the summer vacations along Spain’s coasts as well as on the Balearic and Canary Islands. Great beaches, ideal water temperatures and diverse entertainment provide for perfect holiday conditions during summer. However the regions also lure with great offers during the off-peak seasons. Even in winter the climate of most coastal areas is dominated by mild temperatures and those seeking tranquillity and recreation are anyway better booking a holiday home outside the tourist centres or during the off season. This is the period where one can fin empty beaches in coastal areas and enjoy sun, beach and sea all for oneself. An insider tip in this context is the Costa Verde in the north of Spain with heavenly beaches and beautiful nature which is almost untouched by mass tourism.
Free choice of a travel period for a Spain vacation
can be discovered as well. Spain has recently started to distinguish itself more and more as a destination for skiing holidays. The snowy slopes and hillsides of the Pyrenees and the Sierra Nevada guarantee enjoyment and the prices in these “exotic” skiing destinations are usually more moderate than those in Alpine skiing areas such as Germany, Austria, Switzerland or Italy.
Those who look for warm temperatures all through the year should enjoy the never-ending spring on the Canary Islands. Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, La Gomera, El Hierro and La Palma promise warm temperatures and ideal options for vacations at the seaside due to their relative proximity to the Equator.
With a car to a holiday house in Spain
There are many ways to get to your finca in Spain. The probably most convenient way is to travel by plane. International airports which are serviced with regular and chartered flights are usually located in the proximity of major holiday resorts both on the mainland and the islands. Possibly it might be necessary or convenient to rent a car – depending on the location of your holiday home.
You can also travel by car or train – at least if your travel destination is situated on the Spanish mainland. Although there are regular ferries servicing the islands (e.g. from Barcelona or Valencia to Majorca) the crossing extends the journey time considerably. When travelling by car you should plan in at least one overnight stay. The most common routes lead through France and then along the foothills of the Pyrenees to Catalonia with its Costa Brava and the colourful metropolis Barcelona.