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You'll find that the paradise island of Gran Canaria is
located in the Atlantic Ocean, 130 miles from the African
coast. It's the third largest of the Canary Islands and has
Fuerteventura and Tenerife as its neighbours.
the closest Canary Island to the African coast with only
100km separating the 'Punta de la Entallada' from Cape
Juby in Morroco and is the
second largest (after Tenerife) of all the islands.
is no doubt that Ibiza is the ultimate party
destination! Every summer the greatest producers and DJs
make their way down to this beautiful island to play
some of the best music anywhere. Some of the world’s
largest nightclubs are filled to the brim with ravers,
who travel from across the globe to enjoy the
incomparable nightlife, hot weather and amazing beaches.
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Villas 4 Spanish Holidays Menorca has a wetter climate and is usually a few
degrees cooler than the other islands, which can be a
blessing in the height of summer. May-June and September are
best to avoid the crowds and higher prices of July and
Formentera is the smallest and
southernmost island of the Illes Pitiuses
group (which includes Ibiza and Formentera) and belongs
to the Balearic Islands autonomous community (Spain). It
is 19 kilometres long and is located approximately 3
nautical miles (6 km) south of Ibiza in the
Mediterranean Sea. Its major villages are Sant Francesc
Xavier, Sant Ferran de ses Roques, El Pilar de la Mola
and La Savina.
Estepona is one of the few coastal towns that has
succeeded in maintaining its pueblo charm and
character, despite the recent property boom and
onslaught of tourism. Notwithstanding, all the
tourist facilities are here, including luxury
hotels, restaurants, leisure and cultural
activities, and shops.
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Torremolinos is a seaside resort not too far from
Malaga. It offers most amenities you expect on the
Spanish coast: there are hotels with swimming pools,
with bars and restaurants. Although you may find it
hard to believe that just forty years ago
Torremolinos was little more than a sleepy village,
the old La Carihuela fishermans quarter still
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Manilva is currently one of the fastest growing
areas on the Costa del Sol.It has two main areas.
The main town, which is 5km inland, is an attractive
traditional white village. Meanwhile Sabinillas, is
a thriving commercial centre right on the Costa del
Sol sea front. A little known fact is the existence
in Manilva of a genuine, and untouched, Roman bath.
Manilva is close to Gibraltar in the west, and is
becomign a very popular area for visitors and
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Costa del Azahar is a generally unspoilt area with white
sandy beaches, fragrant orange and lemon groves, a
pleasant climate and spectacular countryside. The region
has the largest proportion of protected parks and nature
reserves in the whole of Spain
is an all year round location, ideal for sea, and ski.
The fascinating Granada, the last Moorish stronghold,
with the fabulous Alhambra Palace and Sierra Nevada
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Madrid Spain's capital for over 400 years, Madridis a
lively, thriving city, famous for bullfights and
all-night fiestas. Its streets are always hopping, from
sightseers marveling over historic landmarks to
partygoers darting in and out of noisy cafés.
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Due in part to the relatively mild winter and spring
climate, the south of Spain is attractive to overseas
visitors–especially tourists from Northern Europe. While
inland areas such as Jaén, Córdoba and the hill villages
and towns remain relatively untouched by tourism, the
coastal areas of Andalusia have heavy visitor traffic
for much of the year.
Why go on holiday to Spain?
More than 40 million foreigners go to Spain each year, drawn by the good climate, relaxed people, sandy beaches, historic towns and good food and drink.
How much does it cost?
Spain is still relatively cheap. As a general guide, 14 nights in Minorca in June, flying from Gatwick costs around £459, and a return flight from Heathrow to Madrid in June costs from £160.
A three-night spring break to Barcelona with flights and hotel is from £350 and a seven-night package with flights and self-catering accommodation in Benidorm on the Costa Blanca is from £245.
For a basic double room in Ibiza expect to pay around £30 per night, and £40 in a mid-range hotel in Madrid. All these prices may vary considerably depend on the season and availability. Car hire costs about £10 a day.
When should I book Holiday Properties Spain?
Ideal months are May, June and September (April and October in the south where it stays warmer longer), but there's decent weather most of the year round.
July and August are the busy months, when temperatures in the south can be sweltering.
The best festivals are mostly concentrated between Semana Santa (Holy Week, the week leading up to Easter Sunday) and September/October.
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What should I do when I'm there? Spain is amazingly diverse. Geographically, all of the regions are different. In Andalucia, for example, you could ski in the Sierra Nevada and later the same day recline on a Mediterranean beach or traverse the deserts of Almeria.
There are tracts of beautiful mountains to explore and some spectacularly rugged stretches of coast between the beaches.
Culturally, the entire country is littered with superb old buildings, from Roman aqueducts and Islamic palaces to Gothic cathedrals. And almost every second village has a medieval castle.
Include the Balearic Islands and the picture varies still further.
What are the cities in Spain like?
The capital, Madrid, is a largely modern city. The medieval city of Toledo bristles with monumental splendour; Gaudi's Barcelona is cosmopolitan and forward-looking; and Santiago de Compostela is a splendid pilgrimage.
Seville (home of the flamenco) is exciting; Granada is the gateway to Andalucia with its stunning Alhambra palace. The tourist resorts of the Costas are, well, tourist resorts.
What are the festivals like?
Festivals take place year-round and though some are religion-based, they are all colourful, noisy, crowded and fun. Even small villages have at least one. Semana Santa parades happen nationwide, but are biggest in Seville, Malaga, Cordoba and Toledo.
In April the Moros and Cristianos parades in Alcoy near Alicante and surrounding areas stage "battles" between the Muslims and Christians.
The festival for which Spain is best-known is the Sanfermines in Pamplona in July, with the running of the bulls through the streets.
What's Spain like for walking?
With large tracts of wilderness, Spain is brilliant walking country. Some wonderful areas are easily accessible for both short walks and long treks.
Outstanding mountain areas for trekking are the Pyrenees in Aragon and Cataluna, the Picos de Europa, the Sierra Nevada and Alpujarras valleys in Andalucia and the Serra de Tramuntana on Majorca.
Where's good for nightlife?
Take your pick! Spain has some of the best nightlife in Europe, with wild and very late nights (some Spaniards don't even think about going out until midnight), especially on Fridays and Saturdays.
Even the smaller cities have very lively scenes. Ibiza is, of course, renowned for being one of the clubbing capitals of the world. Rave on!
What's the food like?
With rich seafood and plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, you'll always eat well in Spain.
Tapas is the ideal way to eat for people who like different tastes. Order a small dish of whatever grabs your fancy - boquerones (pickled anchovies), tortilla (Spanish omelette) and almejas (baby clams) to name but just a few.
At restaurants, paella, bacalao (cod), and fabada (bean stew) are all worth trying. Veggies are less-well provided for, but Spanish fruit and veg are wonderfully fresh year-round, so salads are a good bet.
What should I buy when at my Holiday Properties Spain? Spain produces attractive and reasonably priced handicrafts sold at craft shops, weekly or daily markets in villages and towns, and excellent flea markets (rastros).
Pottery has many regional variations and is cheap; rugs, blankets and clothes are plentiful; leather goods are rising in price but you can still find a bargain. Gold, silver, wood and basketwork are all worth buying.
What is there for children to do?
Apart from the beach, there are plenty of playgrounds in the towns, and in many places you can find excellent special attractions.
These include amusement parks (two to mention are Catalunya's Port Aventura and Seville's Isla Magica), aquaparks, boat and train rides, child-friendly museums, zoos and aquariums.
In Almeria province, north of Benahadux, kids will enjoy the three Wild West town sets which are open as tourist attractions, including Mini Hollywood, which also features a deer reserve.
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