Stretching sun-drenched and untamed to the south of the wild and majestic Pyrenees, this passionate nation works a mysterious magic. Spain is littered with hundreds of glittering beaches; flamenco bailaors (dancers) swirl in flounces of colour; and toreros (bullfighters) strut their stuff in the bullrings.

Direct Flights to Spain

Direct Flights to Spain
The land of flamenco, tapas and the running of the bulls, Spain is popular for its beautiful climate, sandy beaches, fascinating cities and rich heritage. From the sun-drenched beaches in the South to the vibrant cities of Madrid, Seville and Barcelona, the holiday islands of the Balearics and the rugged mountains of The Pyrenees, Spain is a must-see destination.

The main international airports in Spain include Madrid, Barcelona, Alicante, Malaga and Seville. Direct flights to Spain are always popular due to its proximity to the UK, direct flights are available on airlines including Iberia and British Airways. Low cost flights are operated by Ryanair and easyJet and are also direct flights.

Cheap flights to Spain

Spain’s capital Madrid is full of treasures including a great choice of art galleries, thriving nightlife and live music scene and has a great laid-back lifestyle. The cosmopolitan city of Barcelona boasts superb gothic buildings as well as some off-the-wall architecture and some famous works of art.

Explore the Andalucian city of Granada with its stunning Alhambra and hike and ski Spain’s highest mountains in Sierra Nevada. 
Beach-lovers will be spoilt for choice with vast expanses of sandy beaches along the Costa del Sol and Costa Brava as well as the many beautiful holiday resorts in the Balearic Islands of Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza.

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Spain Climate

Spain Climate
Southern Spain is the ideal holiday region, having the warmest weather on mainland Europe, even during the winter months. The southern and eastern coast of Spain has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild winters, while the west Atlantic coast is cooler in summer and very wet in winter. Inland the climate is temperate and the capital Madrid, which site on a plateau, can be very cold in winter.