Soak in the Sunny Coast of Spain
Discover famous coasts, exquisite gastronomy and the breathtaking Balearic and Canary Islands - deemed some of the best islands in Europe, at one of our all-inclusive resorts in Spain.
The Balearic Islands are located in the Mediterranean Sea and the main islands include Ibiza and Mallorca (Majorca), as well as Menorca and Formentera. The Canary Islands, located in the Atlantic Ocean closest to the African coast of Morocco, consist of Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, La Palma, La Gomera, and El Hierro.
Venture into the most famous destination in the Mediterranean and the gem of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca, known for its beautiful coastline, secluded coves, limestone mountains, Spanish architecture, wineries and fresh produce farms, and stunning beaches. Our Mallorca resorts offer endless options to enjoy the splendour of the Spanish Mediterranean coast including exciting activities such as sailing, hiking, cycling, World-Class Golf, not to mention the best shopping at traditional Spanish markets (Mercats) or a stroll down the historic Mallorca Casco Antiguo or the charming fishing village of Port d'Andratx.
Explore this exciting island, a true Mediterranean jewel known for its lively nightlife and pristine beaches, from one of our all-inclusive Ibiza resorts. This Balearic island tends to be a hotspot in July and August thanks to its temperate coastline with white sand and crystal-clear waters. Visit Platja d'en Bossa, lined with hotels, bars and shops or opt for quieter sandy coves backed by pine-clad hills found all around the coast. Beyond beaches, Ibiza has so much to offer like its historic center, Dalt Vila. Proclaimed a World Heritage Site by Unesco, the area is surrounded by a wall built in the 16th century to protect the city from pirates, and today is one of the most photographed places in the world.
Experience Menorca, a Balearic Island with tradition and charm, and a more low-key feel compared to its neighboring Islands of Mallorca and Ibiza. Find endless beaches, from miles-long sandy crescents to rocky, turquoise-watered bays known as “calas” and pine trees along the coast. The capital, Mahon, sits on a bluff overlooking a natural harbor lined with Georgian mansions and a church dating back to the 13th-century. You’ll also discover traditional beaches, amazing sunsets, and even rural meadows covered with beautiful wild flowers in the spring.
Discover Tenerife, the largest and one of the most visited island in Spain’s Canary Islands. Surround yourself with exotic nature, stunning beaches (with sands from yellow to black), remote mountain-ridge villages, cultured port settlements, charming ancient towns and even a dormant volcano, Mt. Teide, standing as Spain's tallest peak. Go for an adventurous hike or relax in one of the main resort areas of Los Cristianos and Playa de las Américas. Tenerife also hosts one of the world's largest carnivals, the Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
Catch a wave in Fuerteventura, the Canary Island famous for watersports like surfing, windsurfing and waterskiing due to its strong sea breeze creating waves up to six feet! If you’re more of a land-lover, relax and enjoy the island’s virgin white sandy beaches, emerald-color waters, sheltered coves and volcanic landscapes. Thanks to this unique scenery, UNESCO has recognized Fuerteventura as a Biosphere Reserve in 2009.
In the northernmost and easternmost of the Canary Islands, discover Lanzarote with its year-round warm weather. Whether you’re looking to relax amongst peaceful, palm-tree lined beachscapes or explore intriguing attractions like Timanfaya National Park, a stay at one of our Lanzarote resorts has something for everyone to enjoy. The island is known for its beautiful golden-sand beaches, turquoise waters and interesting volcanic landscapes. You’ll also discover fine wine at Lanzarote’s world-class vineyards, buzzing nightlife in Puerto del Carmen, bustling markets in the center of town and museums.
Southern Spain is known for the beauty and wonder of its coast, exquisite gastronomy and endless hours of sun. Visit the stunning, laidback resort towns that make up Costa del Sol (the sunniest part of Spain) filled with endless beaches and charming villages. Marbella, known as the jewel of Costa del Sol, is backed by the Sierra Blanca Mountains and offers an extra dose of luxury along the Puerto Banús marina, where you’ll find luxury yachts, upscale boutiques and bars. Discover Almeria with its unique historical sites and La Manga described as ‘A paradise between two seas.’
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Discover the coastal beauty of this amazing destination at one of our hotels or all-inclusive resorts in Spain.
Coastal Spain’s Must-See’s
Make sure to add these top points of interest to your itinerary when visiting the coast of Spain!
Palma de Mallorca
Visit the beautiful capital city, Palma de Mallorca, offering the ideal blend of seaside relaxation and culture. Here, you’ll find two impressive monuments: Catedral de Mallorca and Castillo de Bellver.
Hike up to the tallest point in Ibiza and soak in the unbelievable view of the island from the top. Located in Sant Josep between San Jose and San Antonio, this spot is definitely worth a visit!
Add this picturesque, white-sand beach to your Spain bucket list! The gorgeous Cala Turqueta has a remote and untouched feel with natural shade provided by the pine trees and rocks, and turquoise water straight out of a postcard. Snorkel, swim, cliff jump and enjoy!
Teide National Park
Discover this UNESCO protected volcanic landscape, the most visited national park in Spain. Ride the cable car up to the highest peak in the country (almost 12,000 feet above sea level)! Or take a night tour and enjoy stargazing.
Take your family to one of the Canary Islands’ largest zoos, which doubles as botanical gardens. Ride a camel, scope out the Canarian archipelago’s largest collection of cacti, spot the hippos and African elephants, play with lemurs and more!
La Cueva de los Verdes
Formed thousands of years ago by La Corona Volcano is the longest and most interesting lava tunnel on the planet. It extends 4 miles below the surface and features more than sixteen “jameos” (lava caves) along its lengths including an underwater passage known as the “Túnel de la Atlántida” (Tunnel of Atlantis).
Alcazaba of Malaga
The Alcazaba is a fortress palace from the period of Moorish rule in Spain and the best preserved in the country. Take in the views from a hill overlooking the city of Malaga, appreciate the beauty of the ornamental gardens, and travel back to historic times.