Summer is drawing to a close (sob!) so it’s your last chance to grab some great hotel offers in the most popular – and sunny! – Spanish destinations.
Whether you love Lanzarote or crave the clear blue waters of Cadiz, nab a late-summer deal in some of the best beach destinations Spain has to offer.
Lanzarote is one of the most popular Spanish beach destinations, and for good reasons – the sandy coves come in beautiful different colours, depending where you find yourself on the island.
Think gorgeous hotels located right on pretty white sand in Orzola (north) and Papagayo (south), golden shores at Puerto Del Carmen and famously, distinctive black beaches in Playa Quemada.
For more inspiration check out our favourite hotels in Lanzarote here.
Majorca is a perfect Spanish beach destination, full of endless coves, entertainment and sunsets on the cliffs overlooking the sea. The island is compact, so if you rent a car you can explore new cities and towns during your stay.
Majorca’s largest town and nightlife hub is Palma de Mallorca, and is definitely worth a visit – known worldwide for its dreamy palm trees, yachts and an imposing cathedral which can be seen for miles.
Have a look at our top picks for hotels in Majorca here.
Thanks to its great selection of beaches, Gran Canaria is a paradise for water sport lovers such as scuba divers, windsurfers and kite-surfers.
For those of you out there who prefer to have your feet planted firmly on the ground, then bring your hiking boots! The mountainous area is perfect for long walks, rock-climbing and trekking.
Prefer Tenerife? See our list of the best hotels in the Canary Islands here.
There is a corner of the Balearic Islands that still remains almost untouched, perfect for those who prefer a tranquil hotel and breathtaking views on their beach holiday.
It’s not all about the beach, though – Menorca has plenty to keep you occupied during your stay, thanks to the many archaeological sites and natural parks to explore.
Ibiza is one of the most famous (or infamous!) Spanish beach destinations. Dream of the sunset at Cafe del Sant Antoni Sea, shopping in Ibiza City, the parties at 24/24 beach and the hippy market of Punta Arabí.
Give yourself a chance to explore more – take the ferry and spend at least one day in Formentera, scooters and map in hand.
Drool over Ibiza’s fanciest hotels here.
Welcome to the “New York of the Mediterranean“, situated between Valencia and Alicante. Benidorm is great for people who want to experience an international atmosphere without sacrificing the pleasure of visiting the quaint towns and Spanish beaches just a few minutes drive away.
If you can tear yourself away from the ocean and sandy beaches, check out the huge amusement parks (Terra Mitica and Aqualandia), karaoke, pubs, fish’n’chips and waterfront skyscrapers.
Have a scroll through our top choices for hotels in Benidorm here.
Whether it’s the influence of the Atlantic Ocean, the proximity to Africa, or the fact that it’s the oldest city in Europe, when you walk barefoot on this long beach bordered by fortresses, it breathes a different atmosphere.
Sample fish and churros along the pretty waterfront promenade, and make you sure you pay a visit to Tornateci Carnival, one of the best in Spain.