Golden beaches, clear water and sunshine make Spain a holiday favourite with the Brits. Whether you're looking for the entertainment and nightlife of Costa Blanca and Costa del Sol or the calm beauty of Costa de Almeria or Costa de la Luz, you'll find what you're looking for on the Spanish Costas.
Once a location for spaghetti westerns, Costa de Almeria's wild, rugged scenery and golden beaches give you a taste of old Spanish life. Its twisting streets, pink flamingoes and beautiful coastline make this a holiday destination you'll never forget.
Located in Spain's sunny south, Costa de Almeria faces Morocco and Algeria.
Flights depart from Republic of Ireland only.
With its rolling olive fields, picturesque villages and rugged sandy coves, the Costa de la Luz is a stunning spot for leaving the world behind. With some of the most idyllic beaches in the province, it's a paradise for windsurfers and sun worshippers alike.
In southern Spain, the Costa de la Luz lies next to Portugal and opposite Morocco.
The Costa del Sol's beauty will take your breath away, with its rolling green hills, delicate vineyards, tiny Spanish towns and friendly tapas bars. Blending traditional culture with popular holiday resorts, you'll soon see why Brits flock to these pale shores.
On Spain's southernmost point, the Costa del Sol sits along the Mediterranean, opposite north Africa.
You'll find the sun-drenched shores of Costa Dorada, where there's some fabulous family-friendly resorts, the world class PortAventura theme park and two splashtastic waterparks, all just an hour south of fabulous Barcelona and two hours' flight from the UK. For a holiday in the sun, the choice is simple.
Costa Dorada is just an hour south of Barcelona, one of Spain's most cosmopolitan cities.