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Activity Holidays in Spain

Spain is a beautiful country with warm weather and friendly hospitality. As a popular holiday destination over the years, people from all over the world have enjoyed the country’s laidback lifestyle, world famous cuisine, vibrant cities and idyllic coastlines. Whether you’re looking for invigorating activity holidays in Spain or a unique Spanish day experience, it’s a travellers’ paradise.

Whilst Spain’s beaches and sea view tapas bars are a well-trodden path for holidaymakers, travellers seeking out authentic Spanish life will be pleased to discover activity holidays in Spain and original Spanish experiences that will create memories to last a lifetime. On your Spanish adventure this year, add horse riding, flamenco dancing or surfing into your itinerary alongside the usual sunbathing and sangria-drinking.

Spain has something for everyone. Traditional Spanish culture is woven seamlessly with bustling, modern cityscapes in places like Seville, Barcelona and Madrid. Picturesque old towns in cities like Malaga and Valencia are juxtaposed with hip bars and restaurants in this country – known for its dynamic and cultured lifestyle and the ‘viva la vida’ of its people.

Then there’s the cuisine. There are few better ways than to spend an evening in a lively Spanish bar, slowly picking your way through countless dishes of tapas, sipping on Spanish beer and wine and soaking up the buzzing atmosphere that lasts long into the night. Whether it’s rich, flavoursome paella, hearty northern stews or fresh southern seafood, a foodie adventure in Spain is the culinary trip of a lifetime.

Our unique experiences and activity holidays in Spain will provide you with the best combination of culture and fun that the country has to offer. Explore the Spain that lies off the beaten path and you’ll soon find enriching experiences that help to create an unforgettable trip.

Best Time to Visit Spain

The classic European year-round destination. Spain is hot in the summer and enjoys much milder temperatures in the winter. But if the mainland proves to be a bit too fresh for you in the cooler months, the Canary Islands are a great winter sun destination.

Visiting Spain in Spring

Expect temperatures between 18 degrees in March and 22 degrees in May.

Springtime in Spain is beautiful – and for those living in colder European countries, it is a great choice for a quick sunny getaway before the crowds arrive with the summer. In fact, it could be the ideal season to visit – especially for activity holidays in Spain. Slightly cooler temperatures, fewer people and less crowding from tourists in the cities mean that there are often great deals to be found on accommodation.

Visiting Spain in Summer

Expect temperatures between 28 degrees in June and 31 degrees in August.

Summer is the most popular time to visit Spain. Its hot weather is irresistible to travellers coming from all over the world. Dry and sunny, tourists are almost guaranteed good weather – although prices will generally be higher and there is likely to be larger crowds all over the country.

Visiting Spain in Autumn

Expect temperatures between 28 degrees in September and 14 degrees in November.

October is a popular time to visit Spain, as the warm temperatures make it the perfect time to get a final dose of sunshine before winter sets in. Dry weather is less guaranteed, but this could be the perfect time to explore cities like Barcelona, Madrid and Seville that otherwise might have unbearable heat in the summertime.

Visiting Spain in Winter

Expect temperatures between 11 degrees in December and 17 degrees in February.

Although Spain is wetter and cold in some places in the south, the weather remains mild and pleasant even in winter. For a break in the winter sun, visit places like Marbella, Tenerife and Seville to experience some sunshine. What’s more – you’ll be able to successfully avoid the crowds and make the most of cheaper prices.

Best Places to Visit in Spain

Spain is full of beautiful towns and cities that are perfect for adding into your holiday itinerary. Step off the beaten track and discover one of these places to visit in Spain.


More than a sun-tan destination, Tenerife is an island of diversity, adventure & dramatic landscapes.

San Sebastián

With a stunning bayfront and beach promenade, San Sebastian also offers gastronomic delights.


Escape the crowds & discover hidden coves, golden beaches and traditional towns for a taste of local life.


There are few places as alluring as Seville - think buzzing plazas, delicious tapas & fiery flamenco.


From the world-renowned architectural delights to culinary treasures, Barcelona oozes class and style.


Spain’s capital serves up decadent arts, refined foodie scenes and cutting edge culture in abundance.


A gem that can’t be ignored, Valencia, home of paella, combines science, arts & golden beaches.

Costa Blanca

Away from resorts, this Costa is a natural playground of beaches, mountains & valleys to be explored.


Year-round sunshine and consistent winds make Fuerteventura a paradise for watersports enthusiasts.


Rolling hills, olive groves & stunning Moorish architecture are the backdrop of this historic region.


Dig beneath Ibiza’s surface and you'll find stunning scenery, fascinating culture and exquisite cuisine.




Top Things to Do in Spain

Spain is one of the most interesting countries in Europe. North, south, east or west, each region has a unique culture worth visiting and activities worth exploring.

Top Tips for Visiting Spain

  • Siesta so you can fiesta: Get to know your destination’s daily routine – when they lunch, work and party. The Spanish like to make the most of their days and this means a midday snooze and late night dinners. Make adjustments so you’re sure to experience the best of Spain.
  • Sample city life: Most people think getting off the beaten track means escaping the busy cities but this is not advised in Spain. Spanish cities are the country’s cultural beating heart. They are a world away from the coastal resorts – full of local life, historic landscapes and buzzing fun-time atmosphere.
  • Tap into the tapas scene: eating out in Spain is really cheap so there is no excuse for not trying the local cuisine. Most bars also serve tapas dishes and it’s a great way to explore traditional dishes without fully committing to lesser known menu items.
  • Summertime blues: Spain is a great destination year-round but plan your itinerary carefully in the summer months. This is peak season so places like Barcelona and Ibiza will be extremely popular whereas Madrid and Andalucia are extremely hot and the heat can be too much for some. Stick to the coast or higher altitudes.

Fiery and sophisticated without sacrificing the finer things in life, Spain constantly surprises and refuses to be defined by stereotypes. Spanish is the perfect embodime

Choosing to learn Spanish in Spain is not only a great way to improve your language skills, it’s an exciting way to meet like-minded people, learn new cultures and work