Can you be tempted away from the UK when the Royal Wedding takes place in April 2011? You won’t miss much… what with the excellent reception of European television channels in Spain, but you will gain a lot.The Royal Wedding Bank Holiday is on Friday 29 April, children are still on holiday after Easter a week earlier; the early May Bank Holiday is on 2 May and the Spring Bank Holiday on 30 May. Combine a few of these dates by extending your Easter holiday in Spain, or your May Bank Holiday in Spain, and you won’t have to use many days of your annual holiday allowance. Tempted?Here are some regions where you are guaranteed to find bargain Spanish family holiday accommodation as well as family luxury holiday villas in Spain.Murcia the Costa Calida
The best thing about the Murcia region is its favourable year-round climate and sunshine and mile-upon-mile of coastline punctuated by white sandy beaches and unspoilt coves. This is a great destination if you’re thinking of having a family adventure holiday in Spain: explore wooded hillsides and rugged mountain ranges; discover the region’s wetlands and birdlife, and try a wide range of land and watersports. Learn to sail, kayak, windsurf, jet-ski or dive; go mountain-biking, climbing, ride thermals, and play golf on superb courses. The choice for an active family holiday in Spain is endless.
Alicante the Costa Blanca
The Costa Blanca boasts miles of clean sandy beaches as well as the stylish city of Alicante, known for its exceptional shopping and vibrant nightlife and for being the cultural capital of the Costa Blanca. Expect a diverse range of landscapes: mountains, long sandy beaches, tiny villages, small rocky coves, and a plethora of family attractions along the Costa Blanca including Mundomar Park (dolphins, seals, parrots, shows); Aqualandia Water Park; and Terra Mitica, an exciting theme park and major tourist attraction in Benidorm.Andalucía the Costa del Sol
The Costa del Sol, the coast of Andalucía, is one of the most popular family holiday locations in Spain: you’ll find miles of safe sandy Blue Flag beaches, great golf courses, and a list of family holiday attractions as long as your arm. Here are just a few family attractions in the Costa del Sol to whet your kids’ appetites: Mijas Aquapark; Benalmadena Sea Life Aquarium; Tivoli Amusement Park, Torremolinos Crocodile Park, Fuengirola Zoo, Estepone Adventure Animal Park, plus watersports, amusements, mini-golf…. and much more.Costa de la Luz
Facing the Atlantic, the Costa de la Luz offers a quieter and more relaxing holiday than the Costa del Sol, retaining a Spanish character and charm. The deep wide white sand beaches stretch for miles; the strong winds and waves of the Atlantic attract windsurfers, surfboarders, and kite-surfers. The province is also good for cultural holidays (visit Cadiz, Seville, and the picturesque ‘white villages’) and, with more than 30 conservation areas, is a big attraction for families interested in nature and wildlife.
The rain in Spain does not fall often in the Costa Almeria, the hottest and driest region of Spain, which enjoys almost constant blue skies and around 3,000 hours of sunshine a year (temperatures in July and August can be very high though). If you’re thinking of a beach holiday in Spain then take a look at the Costa Almeria, it’s a popular family holiday destination in Spain due to having some superb sandy beaches. Nightlife might be low-key, but there family-friendly restaurants are aplenty on the Costa de Almeria.
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