Flights to Spain

Flamenco, tapas, Moorish castles, contemporary architecture, world-class museums, nightlife, vineyards, national parks, white-sand beaches… Spain is a marvellous country, no matter where you go! From the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao to the Alcazar in Seville, from the Ramblas in Barcelona to the Plaza Mayor in Madrid, from the Costa Blanca to the Costa de la Luz, to the Costa del Sol, the mainland has plenty of must-sees suiting all kinds of travellers. Beautiful beaches, warm weather all year-round and an easy-going vibe await you in the Spanish islands. While the Balearic Islands are mostly renowned for their legendary nightlife, the Canary Islands preserve a unique microcosm.

  • Alicante

    Alicante, an enchanting city situated on the famous Costa Blanca and overlooked by a shield of robust mountains.

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  • Almería

    Almería, located in the southeast of Spain and along the Mediterranean Sea, is mostly known as an archaeological site with centuries of history.

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  • Barcelona

    Wander through the Ramblas, visit the Sagrada Familia or enjoy the Spanish nightlife: Barcelona is the place to be for any tourist.

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  • Bilbao

    The Santiago Cathedral and the Guggenheim Museum will be the highlights of your visit to Bilbao.

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  • Fuerteventura

    Fuerteventura is a true paradise for beach lovers and those who enjoy a relaxing holiday. The second largest of the Canary Islands offers you 150 km of white sand beaches, emerald-green waters and a pristine beauty of preserved forests and nature reserves.

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  • Girona

    Girona is one of the most historic sites in Spain, located in the northeast of Catalonia. It was founded by the Romans and later on taken over by Moors and Franks.

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  • Gran Canaria

    Gran Canaria, the third largest of the Canary Islands, is often described as a “miniature continent” due to its unique microclimates and surprising variety of landscapes. From leafy green forestland to desert-like sandy beaches, from rugged mountain views to the cosmopolitan and dynamic city centre, Gran Canaria truly has something for everyone.

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  • Ibiza

    There’s no place to party like Ibiza, but the Balearic island has much more to offer.

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  • Jerez de la Frontera

    Jerez de la Frontera is the largest city in the Cádiz province, located in Andalusia in the southern region of Spain. With both Spanish and Moorish influences, the streets of Jerez exude an aristocratic air that is quite unique. However, Jerez de la Frontera is especially known for three things: sherry, flamenco and horses.

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  • Lanzarote

    Declared a UNESCO biosphere reserve, Lanzarote is the easternmost of the Canary Islands and is believed to have been the first of the archipelago to have emerged above sea level after the breakup of the African and American continental plates. Its volcanic landscape, perfect scuba diving location, year-round subtropical desert climate and 213km of coastline make this “island of fire-spitting mountains” the perfect holiday destination for both winter and summer.

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  • Madrid

    The capital of Spain is bursting with life, has a large number of sights and a formidable nightlife.

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  • Malaga

    Birthplace of the painter Pablo Picasso, home to monuments such the Alcazaba fortress-citadel, the Gibralfaro Castle and the Roman Theatre, Malaga is a vibrant city and one of Spain’s hottest cultural, gastronomic and leisure destinations.

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  • Menorca

    Menorca, located in the Mediterranean Sea, is the easternmost point of Spain and, therefore, the first place of the Spanish territory to see the sunrise. The island is part of the Balearic Islands archipelago, along with Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera. Menorca’s name derives from its size and, in comparison with the nearby and bigger island Mallorca, it is also known as “the smaller island”.

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  • Palma de Mallorca

    Located in the southern bay of Mallorca, Palma could turn out to be your surprise holiday break. The city is mostly known for its sun and beach tourism, but its historic quarter and twisting cobbled streets surely shouldn’t be overlooked.

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  • Reus

    Reus, best known as the birthplace of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí, is located in the province of Tarragona, about 100 km south of Barcelona. The area of Reus has always been an important wine region and is surrounded by mountains and beaches. There’s something for every taste in and around Reus, for both young and old.

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  • Seville

    Seville is the most beautiful city in southern Spain and is the stimulating centre of Andalusia. The variety of Seville’s architecture makes it a leading tourist attraction.

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  • Tenerife

    Tenerife is the largest of the seven islands that make up the Canary Island archipelago and lies just over 300 km from the African coast, and about 1,300 km from the Spanish Mainland. The island is known throughout the world as the “Island of Eternal Spring”.

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