Overview - Spain
With a rich cultural heritage, delicious food and a spectacular countryside there’s so much more to see and do on a coach holiday in Spain than you could possible imagine.
You could discover the north of the country and head to Barcelona and the Basque region of Spain. Here you can marvel at Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia, a spectacular church that is still being built despite work commencing in 1882, or you could head to the 19th century Benedictine monastery at Montserrat, or how about a visit to the beautiful Costa Brava where you can soak up the rays on the countries stunning coastlines?
Alternatively, if you’re looking for a taste of the real Spain then a visit to Andalucia is a must. The area is filled with grand cities such as Seville, Cordoba and Granada and offers some of the best paella in the whole of the country!
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Phyllis Alp - Highlights of the Spanish Coast and Barcelona
When we joined the coach we found it very comfortable, with easy access. The drivers were smartly dressed, very courteous and helpful – especially when serving the refreshments. The overnight accommodation in France was adequate each time and food good. The Hotel Volga at Calella provided a spacious room, with a balcony overlooking the sea. There was a wide choice of excellent food at breakfast and dinner, and entertainment was provided each night.
Calella is very interesting with diverse areas including a sandy beach. We had a trip around the town on the land train and discovered that our hotel was in the middle of the market area. Girona is an old town with nice riverside walks, although we did find that the cathedral has far too many steps!
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Recommended to you by Ian Henry, Managing Director
Portraits of Green Spain, Cantabria, the Basque Coast and Andorra
"The Basque town of San Sebastian has a stunning setting around a beautiful shell-shaped bay and the Tapas bars in the Old Town are reputed to be the best in Spain. I also enjoyed the medieval village of Santillana del Mar in Cantabria; it’s something of a cross between a Peak District and Cotswold village combined with Spanish traditions – oh, and lot of cider bars selling the local produce!"
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Highlights of the Spanish Coast and Barcelona
"This tour certainly provides a great mix of beach and sightseeing opportunities for couples, families and single travellers alike. Spend your time on the golden beaches of the Costa del Maresme or venture way up into the mountains and visit Montserrat with its Benedictine abbey which hosts the ‘Virgin of Montserrat’ and a museum with works of art by the likes of Picasso, Dali and Caravaggio to name a few, not to mention some absolutely stunning views."
Keep your eyes peeled and have your cameras ready for these famous landmarks and locations whilst on tour...
Picos de Europa
Village of Ronda
1992 Olympic Stadium