All things considered, Spain is probably the greatest holiday destination on the planet. Here’s why:

1. It’s cheap

The pound may have taken a hit against the euro of late, but Spain remains one of the best value destinations in Europe for a summer getaway. Indeed, a Post Office report yesterday revealed that Mallorca, Lanzarote, Menorca, and the Costa del Sol are among the five cheapest places for a self-catering holiday.

2. The sun, sun, and sun

The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain, if indeed at all, as the country is statistically Europe’s sunniest. The coastal resorts of the Mediterranean enjoy, on average, more than 300 days of sunshine each year – well into the autumn and winter months.

3. The best beaches in Europe

“With more than 5,000 miles of coastline, Spain has thousands of beaches, from tiny rocky coves to long strips of golden sand,” writes Telegraph Travel’s Spain expert Annie Bennett. “Blue Flag status was awarded to more than 577 beaches around the country and the islands last year, guaranteeing not only water quality but also, in most cases, access for people with disabilities. That number means Spain tops the global ranking, handing the country the accolade of best beaches on earth. Galicia has the most Blue Flags, with 131 awarded to its spectacular Atlantic beaches.”

Let’s explore the fascinating Spain tourist attractions that will take your breath away.

  • Park Guell
  • Ibiza
  • Pub Crawl
  • Granada 10
  • Costa Brava
  • The Canary Islands
  • Costa Del Sol Beach
  • Santiago De Compostela Cathedral
  • The Great Mosque Of Cordoba
  • Guggenheim Museum
  • Plaza Mayor
  • The White Towns Of Andalucía
  • La Rambla
  • El Teide
  • Diagonal Mar Centre Commercial
  • Centro Comercial Moda Shopping Centre
  • La Sagrada Familia
  • The Alhambra
  • La Rioja Vineyards
  • El Retiro Park
  • La Concha Beach

A wonder park for the tourists, Park Guell in Barcelona is an enjoyment point for children. An artistic paradise for lovers, Barcelona Park Guell has structures and designs made of natural resources. This city is a significant contributor to Spain tourism.

This pine-clad, sun-kissed island is the most visited place for the merrymakers. The dazzling backdrop of clubs and restaurants and scintillating coastline with blue water makes Ibiza one of the truly captivating tourist attractions in Spain. For some private moments, secluded beaches on the island are perfect!

Best places to visit in Spain include the glitzy bars and pubs that provide the most delightful experience. If you love loading yourself with the best booze in the world, visit Barcelona clubs. Stay late at night to enjoy to the maximum as people pour in already drunk to enjoy more drinks. The food and music is just awesome.

If you are a nightlife lover, then Granada 10 is the best among Spain tourist attractions. Famous for disco, this is the place to enjoy music, booze, and food.

Costa Brava is one of the perfect Spanish tourist attractions. If beaches, landscapes, and tranquil villages are your love, Costa Brava shouldn’t be missed. Come here any time of the year to enjoy the pleasing weather. With various activities and games to enjoy, you’ll never feel bored or lost at Costa Brava.

The Canary Islands must be on your checklist of best places to visit in Spain. The beaches and the historic monuments along with a trip to the volcanic mountain will make your visit worthwhile. The museums and archaeological park will be best to explore while visiting The Canary Islands.

With a mile-long stretch of pristine white sand and sun rays covering the whole seashore, the Costa del sol beaches offer sun and sand retreats for the tourists. Just a few steps away from the beautiful Marbella town of old whitewashed homes, these beaches are major Spain tourist attractions.

Santiago De Compostela Cathedral’s breathtaking architecture, from the Roman era, offers an overwhelming pilgrim experience to the visitors. One of the top places to visit in Spain, St James Cathedral is known for its impressive facade and triple doorway. The Apostle’s wooden figure crafted inside the building is the focal point of the cathedral’s interior.

The Great Mosque of Cordoba is one of the oldest man-made structures that is still standing tall. Built during the 8th century, this Islamic pilgrim has interiors that will leave you mesmerized. The architectural beauty of the mosque makes it one of the top tourist places in Spain.

While sightseeing in Spain, tourists must visit the Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao. The connection between the design of the museum along with architecture and collection that it holds will mesmerize the audience for sure.

Plaza Mayor is one of the must see places in Spain. Tourists can enjoy the serenity of the environment while sipping Spanish wine. As it is located in the centre of the city, one can enjoy the warmth of the locals while visiting historic monuments located within 1000 meters of the plaza.

While visiting Spain, do not forget to visit The White Towns of Andalucia. Also known as Pueblos Blancos, it is a town series comprising of beautiful villages in the Southern Province of Spain. It is also known as the White Town because all the homes are whitewashed and have brown or red tiles on the roof.