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Spanish Island Holidays

There's a choice of cheap holidays across Spain from just £99 including flights and accommodation from all the UK's top tour operators.

Whether it is the The Canaries that feature the islands of Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Tenerife, Las Palmas or the Balearic Islands which comprise of Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza or The Costas, the holidays to Spain featured here are extremely popular and do tend to sell out fast.

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The second largest of all the Canary Islands, Fuerteventura is blessed with over 3000 hours of sunshine each year making it the perfect holiday destination all year round...

Renowned for its' watersports, Fuerteventura despite being largely made up rock and stone, has rather surprisingly lovely sandy beaches and lovely sand dunes that just make you want to roll in it!

Slightly more pricey than mainland Spain, this island nevertheless has much to offer the sun-seeker and attracts thousands of visitors every year.



Very popular with us Brits, the island also known as ' the island of eternal spring' attracts a wide variety of tourists for its' wonderful sandy beaches, surfing, scuba diving and hiking activities...

Maspalomas is the tourist capital and consequently the busiest part of the island especially between May and October and is bedecked with the usual array of bars and cafes, nightlife and tourist tat.

For something altogether quieter try Puerto de Mogan which is more stylish and has a some great sea food restaurants.



In some ways Lanzarote is a strange kaleidoscope of volcanic rocks and caves, museums, castles and theme parks

And yet it has a unique charm that draws people back again to enjoy the many attraction that it has to offer.

Beaches such as the Playa de Papagayo simply insist that you languish in its' warm, calm and clear blue waters, while in the absolute contrast the Timanfaya National Park famed for its' centrepiece Hilario Volcano shocks the senses with jaw-dropping striated rock formations...


TENERIFE fr. £170

Popular with both British and German tourists, Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands and offers a heady mix of lush scenery, beautiful beaches and unspoilt picturesque villages

Home to El Teide, the highest mountain in Spain some 12,000 feet above sea level, a ride to the top by cable car can cause altitude sickness due to the rapid ascent

Try the Parque Rural de Anaga if you're into hiking as the trails there, especially the the Pico del Inglés lead to spectacular vantage points.

Water sports naturally abound especially scuba diving but the island also attracts mountain bikers and road cyclists too...






IBIZA fr. £174

Long renowned as the 'party island' for the 18-30 crowd around Europe, Ibiza does however possess a fair share of wonderful scenery and beautiful beaches...

There's a plethora of the usual activiites such as surfing, sailing, snorkelling, boat hire etc.

For families with children looking to do more than just laze around the beach all day there are aquariums and stalactite caves to visit as well as themed water parks to enjoy spectacular slides and play pools in.


MAJORCA fr. £99

The largest of the Balears, Majorca is decidedly a tourist mecca for many Europeans like the Dutch, Germans, Poles and us Brits...

Each year millions of tourists descend on Palma, the capital to drink in the medieval surroundings of the old city renowned for its' architecture and savour the delights of good mediterranean food on offer before dispersing to the many beach resorts dotted along the coast

Notable places to visit are the 'Coves del Drach' or the Dragon Caves.


MENORCA fr. £135

Located in the top right hand corner of the Balearic Islands, Menorca is famous for its' cheese production, such as Queso de Mahon

The island a UNESCO heritage site, although capable of being visited at any time during the year due its' temperate climate, is however immensely popular in summer and offers much in terms of its' rich and varied flora and fauna, beautiful scenery and wonderful beaches

It attracts a wide mixture of holiday-makers from hikers to surfers, beach lovers and bird watchers.

Well known for its' sea food, the 'caldereta' of lobster stew is well-worth trying - YUMMY!...



MALAGA fr. £179

Used sometimes mainly as a entry and exit point Malaga does have a few hidden gems lurking under its' sprawling conurbation...

The City, the largest in the Costa del Sol and famed for being the birthplace of one Pablo Picasso, definitely has a more laid back feel to it when compared to Barcelona or Madrid.

The Alcabaza, the Moorish castle in the heart of the city is well worth a visit for the spectacular views of the city from its' ramparts as indeed is the Castillo de Gibralfaro located behind it on a larger hill...


BENIDORM fr. £179

Famous for its' 2 fine white sandy beaches Levante and Poniente, Benidorm is part of Valencia's Costa Blanca region

Nightlife features prominently on this Mediterranean resort with bars rivalling each other along the palm-lined promenades.

Outdoor water parks, landscaped gardens, amusement parks with themed rides and dolphin shows are some of the entertainment attractions that make this a popular tourist destination...




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