View from an apartment in Galicia.1/19The green coast with view
Costa Verde | Spain’s north coast is relatively undiscovered in respect to tourism. Enjoy the landscape, authentic lifestyle and particularly the great view from these accommodations with view towards the sea.
Per week from GBP 135show 112 offers
2/19The 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 464show 546 offers
Stylishly furnished apartment for four people in Barcelona.3/19Beauty 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 480show 38 offers
Apartment in the historic quarter for up to six people5/19Experience 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.
Per week from GBP 354show 70 offers
Vamos a la playa! – Holiday at Spain’s coasts
Spain | From the northern border with France down to the border with Portugal the areas of the Spanish Mediterranean coast string together: Costa Brava, Costa Blanca and Costa del Sol are just the most famous ones. Why don’t you take a look at the atraveo offers along the Costa Dorada, Costa del Azahar, Costa Calida or Costa Tropical. The chances of finding the perfect holiday house are as good as it is on one of the two famous Spanish island groups, the Canary and Balearic Islands.
Spain offers everything you need for a great vacation at the seaside. Long beaches, kid’s playing at the beach under gloriously blue skies whilst the parents enjoy the time out from all the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy the tranquillity. A dip in the sea for cooling-off, an ice cream at the near-by kiosk or bathing in the sun on a comfy sun lounger.
Also the multi-faceted cultural life in Spain provides for entertainment. This does not only include the many interesting exhibitions and museums, such as the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao or the great museums in Valencia and Barcelona – but also party animals and night owls will get their money’s worth.
Beside the Canary and Balearic Islands atraveo customers favour especially the Costa Blanca and Costa Brava as well as the region of Andalusia in the south and the area around Valencia.
This is how holiday rental owners described Villaviciosa
You would not be wrong in saying that it has the clear footprint of the past imprinted upon it, of meandering paths downwards to the sea. One could say that in the moss-grown, jasmine-filled streets, the balconies slumber in the clear reflection from the river; that the cobbled ...
show more streets speak to us of different eras and kingdoms; the country people of the markets, the churches and chapels; they all speak to us in the language that the traveller wants to hear, and, on hearing them, makes them his own, and will, as he goes on his way, ensure that we are revisited in sweet memory.
The striking natural placement of La Villa is the perfect environment for all kinds of sporting activities, rambling, hiking and excursions.
Place of interest.-
La Villa, a Historic & Artistic Site, affords a wide range of historical buildings and things to visit.
Where to eat:
One of the most attractive charms of Villaviciosa is the local cuisine, with a notable influence from local products from the sea and the river, and due to its being the apple orchard capital of Asturias.
Where to sleep:
A wide variety of good-quality places to stay makes it easy to find somewhere to suit all tastes.
A 30 minutes from Villaviosa yoo can discover Gijón:
Discover a city bursting with life, welcoming you from a privileged standpoint on the Cantabrian coast.
Gijón her visitors, and, while here, belongs to them. Its squares, avenues, streets and pavement cafés form a meandering route that leads to the sea, to the seafront promenade where the steps and handrails down onto the beach are mute witness of the waves, of the seaspray that vanishes in the air.
Gijón is the kind of city where the time comes to a halt, to sit in the gardens an squares, to roam the lanes with the traditional old cafés, on the hill where the cliffs overlook the sea and that forms the old fishermen’s quarter, with its traditional taverns and old chapels with their saints.
Gijón is sea, beach and harbour, music in the street and fairs, pavement cafes, cider bars and cafes, museums, crafts, libraries