Sunday 9 December 2012

Sun, sea & siesta's

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As many thousands of holidaymakers can ascertain each and every summer, Spain is a popular destination for anyone seeking, sun, fun and good times. Its fascinating heritage and glorious climate has long held a fascination with British tourists as well as those from further afield, and for many, there is no place they would rather be.

When it comes to family holidays, Spain really comes into its own. Throughout the bubbly resorts that have grown around the coast over the past few decades, family accommodation comes in various different forms to suit many different tastes, ages and preferences. You could choose to stay in a modest self-catering apartment, and whip up Spanish-inspired meals such as tapas or fresh seafood paella using ingredients from the local market, and pack up a picnic for a day trip to the local attractions. Or you could opt for a more relaxing experience and book into a family hotel. Often, designated family hotels offer child-friendly facilities and rooms, and many will also offer kids' clubs and creche facilities – which allows Mum and Dad some free time while the little ones are kept busy draining their energy under the supervision of qualified carers.

Or perhaps you're here to make the most of Spain's loud and lively nightlife, whether it's in the cheesy clubs and karaoke bars of neon-lit Benidorm, or in the plush restaurants and chic wine bars of Marbella. And for the adventurers among us, Spain is a non-stop haven of exploration. Discover the beautiful Old Town of Alicante, follow the criss-crossing paths and walking trails of the Sierra de la Pila Regional Park, or head to the bright lights of Valencia for a coastal city break.

Whatever you fancy, holidays in Spain are a force to be reckoned with. This glorious destination can tick virtually every box on the holiday wish-list, so it's no surprise it's top of the list for so many people seeking a sun-filled holiday with a difference.
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