Spain Holidays – Cheap, Family & All Inclusive Holidays in Spain
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Getting a Monster holiday in Spain can mean a cheap alternative and a variety of resorts, making it easy to see why this country has been a popular tourist destination for with Travel Monster for decades. It is a local saying that ‘the sun is almost always shining in Spain’. One of our Spain holiday exclusive’s could take you to some very idyllic beach resorts, or how about exploring ancient castles and ruins, sampling wine in a bodega or simply relaxing on one of its many Mediterranean beaches with temperatures topping 42°C. This can all be taken in at one of our superb all inclusive resorts in the heart of Spain.
Of course a Travel Monster, Spanish all inclusive have long been popular as a holiday destination with the famous resorts on the Costa Del Sol, Costa Blanca and Costa Brava continuing to provide superb holidays for British holiday makers. While these areas are well known for the old type cheap holidays in Spain in recent years more upmarket resorts have sprung up offering more all inclusive holidays offering to international visitors. The Spanish islands offer a different slice of holidays in Spain, from the year round African sunshine of the Canary Islands to the legendary chilled out, party vibe of the Balearic Islands.
Culture enthusiasts will be able to explore castles, churches, ruins, monuments and forts that pepper the country and bear testament to the repeated invasions that this country suffered over the centuries. If you want your Spain family holidays to include a frisson of adventure, you could visit to the bullring or even trek across this stunning kingdom on horseback and discover why the Spanish stallions are world–famous for their grace and temperament.
The cuisine reflects the many cultures that have left their mark here. You might want to enjoy the local paella (a dish of Valencia rice with seafood and chicken), which varies in ingredients from region to region, or watch the sun set over a sleepy skyline and enjoy an unhurried selection of tapas which are sure to show the diversity of Spanish cuisine.
The famous sherry exported by Spain is also a must–do. A visit to a bodega in Jerez will show you exactly how the drink is made – from grape to glass in one afternoon. Sherry is also a prominent drink at the many, colourful carnivals that take place throughout the calendar. Food, music, wine and dance combine to create a heady mix of sight, sound and taste. There is something for everyone in Spain, whether you are looking for family holidays to Spain in the sun or romantic winter breaks, it offers it all.