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Holidays

Holidays in Spain

  • Catalunya

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    Catalunya is one of Spains most diverse regions in terms on landscape and boasts a wealth of exciting activities & experiences for the visiting tourist. Whether it be the hidden coves of the Costa Brava, the sun-drenched beaches of the Costa Maresme and the Costa Daurada, the vibrancy of its stunning capital Barcelona, the ski-slopes of the Pyrennes, the volcanos of the Garrotxa National Park or vineyards & traditional country houses (Masias) of inland Catalunya, there is so much to offer families holidaying in the region.

    Everything in this section has been recommended by a visiting mum or dad or by a local mum, so if you have any other suggestions for family-friendly holidays in Catalunya please do let us know

    *Family-Friendly Holidays in The Costa Brava*
    Costa Brava Day Trips and Beaches, Child-Friendly Accomodation, Child-Friendly Restaurants, Shops for Babies and Kids

    *Family-Friendly Holidays in Costa Daurada*
    Costa Daurada Day Trips and Beaches, Child-Friendly Accomodation, Child-Friendly Restaurants, Shops for Babies and Kids

    *Family-Friendly Holidays in Barcelona City*
    Barcelona City Attractions and Beaches, Child-Friendly Accomodation, Child-Friendly Restaurants, Shops for Babies and Kids

    *Family-Friendly Holidays on the Costa del Maresme*
    Costa del Maresme Day Trips and Beaches, Child-Friendly Accomodation, Child-Friendly Restaurants, Shops for Babies and Kids

    *Family-Friendly Holidays in Girona City*
    Girona City Attractions and Beaches, Child-Friendly Accomodation, Child-Friendly Restaurants, Shops for Babies and Kids

    *Family-Friendly Rural Tourism in Catalunya*
    Rustic accommodation in Catalunya suitable for all the family

    *Skiing in the Pyrenees*
     Skiing with Children in Boí Taüll, Baqueira-Beret, Vall de Núria (Queralbs), La Molina, Vallter 2000 (Setcases), Masella (Alp), Espot Esquí (Espot), Port del Comte, Port-Aine (Rialp)

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  • Madrid

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    Madrid is Spains capital and offers a wealth of adventures for visiting families. It may not be Spain`s prettiest city but there is a vibrancy and excitement like no other. Many believe that Madrid is a city to experience rather than simply see. Escape the hussle & bustle of the city by taking refuge in the beautiful Retiro park, find a hidden tapas bar, catch a musical, go to the zoo or Aquarium or take take a day-strip to Toledo, El Escorial or visit the fairy-tale castle of Segovia. Dont forget, as the city is 700 metres above sea level, its cimate is extreme. The winter can be bitterly cold and the summers unbearable in the heat, so the best time to visit is either the Spring or Autumn.

    Everything in this section has been recommended by a visiting mum or dad or by a local mum so so please let us know if you have any other suggestions.

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    Family-friendly Hotels in Madrid
    Family-friendly Aparthotels in Madrid
    Family-friendly Self-Catering in Madrid



     

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  • Andalucia

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  • Balearics

    The Balearic islands are made up of Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera and are hugely popular tourist destinations becasue of their beautiful, Mediterranean cuisine and fascinating culture. Despite the influx of millions every summer, the islands have managed to maintain much of their intrinsic beauty. Beyond the high-rise resort hotels, bars and more popular beaches are Gothic cathedrals, Stone Age ruins, fishing villages, spectacular walks, secluded coves, endless olive and almond groves and citrus orchards.

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  • Costa Blanca & Valencia

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    The Costa Blanca brings to mind images of idyllic beaches and coves in the Region of Valencia. However, the Costa Blanca also offers many other attractions that provide a careful blend of modernity and tradition. Alicante, Dénia, Altea, Calpe, Xàbia andTorrevieja are all coastal destinations with an ideal climate for practising water sports. Further inland, nestled among beautiful landscapes, towns such as Elche, Orihuela, Guadalest and Alcoi offer a rich artistic and cultural heritage. Discover the popular fiestas and celebrations, delicious Mediterranean cuisine, art, modernity and countless activities and events.

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