Cheap Flights to Spain make it easy to get to your Spanish holiday destination.
It is easy to get flights to Spain from Europe, and the airport at Madrid- Madrid-Barajas Airport is one of the busiest in Europe. As a holiday destination it absolutely unique. Spain is a beautiful and diverse country that delights all who travel there. Your thoughts turn to sunny sandy beaches, pulsating nightlife and grand architecture, and every region has its own distinct.
Sights in Spain
One of the most popular destinations in Spain is Ibiza, the island that comes alive over the summer months. You can get flights from Spain to to Ibiza's airport 'Sant Josep', in the southern part of the island. On the island there are 18 kilometres of sandy beaches, and the nightlife is unsurpassed. The clubs and bars have the best DJs and entertainment, that attracts celebrities from all over the world.
Back on the mainland, in Barcelona, you can visit the Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's unfinished cathedral, built in magnificent Gothic style. Las Ramblas, a lively pedestrian street that features outdoor markets, and great places to eat, including tapas, is another favourite place to visit while enjoying Barcelona.
Spain's capital, Madrid was once the centre of the Spanish Empire, boasts a magnificent cultural and artistic heritage. The Royal Palace is the largest in Europe and a major attraction. It has a large number of parks and squares, including the Plaza Mayor, considered one of the most beautiful squares in Europe, and the famous Puerta del Sol, in the heart of the city.
The province of Malaga is situated in the very south of Spain, is the heart of the sunny Costa del Sol with sunny beaches. Torremolinos, with its Mediterranean charm, is the most popular holiday resort with six kilometres of beaches on the coast.
Seville is the capital of Andalucia, is a elegant city of great beauty and a rich Arab legacy. It's tumultuous history is reflected in the historical architecture including the Cathedral with its spectacular golden altarpiece, the Retablo Mayor. The Real Alcazar, or the Royal Palace of Seville, and Golden Tower built in the 13th and 14th centuries are also magnificent attractions.
Cordoba is another beautiful city in Andalucia set amidst rolling plains, and is the capital of Spain's last Moorish kingdom. Treasured landmarks include the Great Mosque, or "Mezquita" a mosque- cathedral , a combination of Moorish and Christian architecture. The city's medieval quarter "La Judería" (The Jewry), is a network of streets, plazas and patios that come alive with flowers in early May.
Visit Granada to see the Alhambra, a Moorish citadel and palace, the country's most significant and well known Islamic art and architecture. Commenced in the 9th century, the Moorish design has evolved under different rule and the vast complex now composes of gardens, fountains, streams, palaces, courts, halls, and a mosque, enclosed by a fortified wall and 13 massive towers.
In northern Spain is Bilbao, site of the famous Guggenheim museum, displaying contemporary art. The building is one of the most important modern architectural works of the 20th century.
Pamplona, famous for the fiesta of San Fermin in July, a weeklong street festival of which the highlight is the 'encierro' ,with its daredevil bull running.