Spain Holidays

Join us on our holidays to Spain and experience one of the many different sides of this fascinating country. The mainland of Spain is located on the Iberian Peninsula and it also has other territories, such as the Canary Islands located off the coast of Africa.

Experience a trip to Tenerife, the most popular of the Canary Islands and renowned for its year round sun. Discover its breathtaking landscapes, charming towns and cultural treasures. Explore Andalucía to see how the Moorish influence is still present in Spain’s southern region or visit Costa Brava and learn more about the culture of Catalonia. Whether it’s the glorious Spanish sun you're after, or to experience the culture, cuisine, art and history of Spain, we have holidays to suit every taste. From the countless glistening beaches that dot the Spanish coast to the lively towns and cities, Spain is a country that stirs both the imagination and the soul.

Our guided holidays to Spain include return flights, with departures from Dublin, Belfast, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London and Bristol, the expertise of a knowledgeable local tour guide, hotel accommodation, all ground transfers and an exciting range of excursions, ensuring your holiday is one to remember.

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From Andalucia to Tenerife

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Select A Guided Holiday To Spain

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€779pp

Spain

Tenerife Coast & Country

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7

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4
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€999pp

Spain

Highlights of Andalucia

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7

Nights

4
Half Board

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€999pp

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Nerja, Granada & The Costa del Sol

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7

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3
Half Board

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€969pp

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Costa de la Luz & Seville

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7

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4
Half Board

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€829pp

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Costa Brava & Barcelona

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7

Nights

4
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€1,199pp

Spain

Little Trains of the Pyrenees

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7

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4
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€629pp €479pp

Spain

Madrid City Break

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3

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Spain Tour Highlights

  • Go beyond the beaches of Tenerife and discover its impressive volcanic landscapes and colourful colonial towns. 
  • Discover Andalucía, uncover the UNESCO World Heritage Sights of La Alhambra and Córdoba. 
  • Experience a panoramic tour of Seville and see its historic sights.
  • Enjoy Cava tasting in the region of Penedès.
  • Take a journey through the Pyrenees Mountains by train.  
  • Visit Barcelona and learn more about Catalan culture.

Looking for something a little more adventurous? Our sister brand TD active Holidays has a great selection of walking holidays in Spain. 

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Top Tourist Attractions In Spain

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Sagrada Familia

One of the most intricate and interesting buildings in Europe, La Sagrada Familia is a Roman Catholic church in Barcelona designed by the Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi; one of his most iconic and ambitious creations. Construction began in 1892 and the completion date is expected to be 2026. 

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Mezquita of Cordoba

Cordoba was the capital of the Moorish kingdom of El-Andalus, and this was when the Great Mosque, or ‘Mezquita’ was created. When Cordoba was re-taken by the Christians in 1236, the new rulers were so awed by its beauty that they left it standing, building their cathedral in the midst of its arches and columns. 

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La Alhambra

Granada was the last Muslim city to fall to the Christians in 1492. Today it is still home to the greatest Moorish legacy in Europe - the jewel in Granada’s crown is the Alhambra, which stands at the foot of Spain's highest mountain range, the Sierra Nevada. The Islamic palaces of Alhambra were built during the Nasrid dynasty for the last Muslim Emirs of Spain. 

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Mount Teide

Mount Teide is the highest peak in Spain, and the epicentre of Teide National Park. As well as this impressive volcanic peak, the park is filled with unique geological features of many shapes and colours that are truly a sight to behold.

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Plaza de España

Located in Seville, the Plaza was built by a local architect Aníbal González for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. It’s sometimes referred to as the ‘Venice of Seville’ as you can rent small boats to row in the canal. It’s a relaxing place to take a stroll and admire the beautiful mosaic and ceramic works.

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Dali Museum

Salvador Dalí was born in Figueres, Spain. You can learn more about the surrealist artist by visiting the Dali Museum, which was designed by Dali himself and it houses the largest and most diverse collection of his works. 


Useful Information For Your Holiday To Spain

To make your holiday as smooth as possible, we've outlined some general information that may be helpful to you when planning your next trip to Spain.

Weather In Spain

The climate of Spain is varied due to the country's size. The weather is generally reflective of it's position in the Mediterranean, and is often warm and sunny in summer and temperate and rainy in winter. The closer you get to the centre of the country, the cooler the weather in autumn and winter, while cities on the coast generally stay warm year round.

Time Zone & Currency

The currency used in Spain is the Euro. Mainland Spain and the Balearic Islands are 1 hour ahead of Ireland and the UK. The time in the Canary Islands is the same as in Ireland and the UK.

Food & Drink In Spain

Eating out is an experience that can enhance your holiday in Spain as you discover new and delicious flavours and soak up the local atmosphere. Spanish people tend to eat late in the evening.  A  popular  way  to  curb  hunger  pangs is  to nibble a few tapas (small snacks) with a drink. Many bars offer a free tapa with every drink ordered. Varying according to region, they can be anything from a slice of bread and cheese or jamón (cured ham),to a plate of olives or boquerones (anchovies). This Is an enjoyable way to take  in  local  atmosphere,  practice  your  Spanish,  and  discover  new  taste  sensations! Accompany your tapas with a cool ‘caña’ (small glass of draught beer) or a glass of sherry.

Reading For Your Trip

  • The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón
  • Homage to Barcelona by Colm Toibin
  • The Hand of Fatima by Ildefonso Falcones

Spain Holiday FAQs

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