Things to do in Spain
From its vast open plains to its vibrant coastal resorts and mountainous landscapes, Spain is a great place to book a tour with plenty of things to do.
With over 3,000 hours of sunshine a year Spain has a warm climate and is one of the sunniest countries in Europe.
Spain's tourist industry has grown to become the world's third largest, after France and the USA. Its beaches, a rich artistic heritage, the variety in gastronomy and a party atmosphere attract millions of visitors to Spain every year.
Spain is also one of the most fascinating and exciting wine producing countries in the world. There are so many things to do in Spain, especially if you are a real wine buff – then take a trip to the famous wine regions and explore the historic vineyards and villages in the beautiful sunshine, whilst sampling the fantastic wine on offer!
Historical cities and towns, including Barcelona, Madrid, the capital and Seville offer stunning opportunities for culture vultures who want to explore the old parts of town. Known for its fairs and festivals, including the Running of the Bulls every July in Pamplona, Spain has a vast choice of adventure, historical, rural and gastronomic tours.
With 15 national parks, well-developed winter ski resorts and bustling nightlife, Spain attracts fun seekers and sun seekers from all over the world. Thirteen Spanish cities are also regarded as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, with a range of architectural and historical monuments.
Whatever type of tour you are interested in, you will find a vast range of things to do in Spain. The north is greener, cooler and offers cycling tours, mountain biking, hiking, walking and climbing adventures.
The south of Spain boasts 320 days of sunshine a year and is home to some of the most famous holiday resorts on the Costa del Sol, including Marbella and Puerto Banus.