Two out of three Spaniards spend their summer holidays between July and August in Spain.

So we suggest that in Spain be like the Spaniards: discover your favorite places to spend the summer holidays, and, make your reservation online.

1. Balearic Islands

They are a group of islands located in the Mediterranean Sea between Barcelona and Valencia Mallorca The island of Mediterranean scenery and contrasts. Get ready to enjoy a whole world of experiences, from nature, sports, beaches, culture, tradition, good food, shopping, performing arts, charming villages, secluded corners perfect for couples and leisure activities that provide fun for the whole family – all in a beautiful environment that you need to see for yourself. Menorca This island symbolizes the pure and untouched Mediterranean. It is light, tranquility and nature. A protected biosphere reserve, it has a coastline of idyllic coves and beaches and interior landscapes that are ideal for cyclists and hikers. Along with its natural heritage, there is a wealth of prehistoric archaeological sites, majestic mansions and towering forts. Traditions, culture and good food complete the charms of a destination that deserves to be explored without haste, following the gentle rhythm of its privileged inhabitants.  Ibiza The island of diversity. It is an island of delicious contrasts. Cosmopolitan and multicultural, but firmly faithful to its rural roots. Bustling and relaxing. World famous and at the same time unknown. It is visited by many by the fascination of its vibrant nightlife, but at the same time offers many other attractions. More than 18 km of fine sand beaches and crystal clear water, bright white houses, fortified churches and the impressive curtain walls of Dalt Vila, a World Heritage Site. Formentera It is a little postcard-shaped paradise. With only a few square kilometers it has all the ingredients for an unforgettable holiday. Beaches of gleaming sand contrasting with transparent waters. The Island can be explored on foot, by bicycle or motorcycle, in search of secret corners and idyllic places. The lighthouses are an icon of the purest Mediterranean, and its breathtaking scenery. Hippie markets and megalithic monuments merge into this island that, although small, will not leave you indifferent!

2. Valencia

This city that does not stop, combines its more remote past, dating from 138 BC, with the innovative and avant-garde buildings of the new millennium.

Valencia is commerce and culture, cinema, theater, museums, magic, business. It is the center of international and avant-garde design, and one of the most active cities in Europe at fairs and congresses.

With 100 kms of coastline with fine sand and translucent water, the vastness of the sea and the proximity of the coastal mountains make the Valencian coast uniquely attractive.

This city is also known for its gastronomic ex libris, Paella, typical dish of Spain, but which in Valencia is done in a different way, as well as for its ‘Fiestas’ and traditions, as for example the Fallas.

3. Basque Country (Euskadi)

It is one of the favorite destinations of the Spanish because of the cooler weather in summer compared to the rest of the Country.

The Playa de la Concha in San Sebastian is considered one of the best beaches in Spain.

The Atlantic coast of the Basque Country houses numerous beaches, cliffs, islets and countless lovely fishing villages to explore.

Culture lovers will find in Bilbao the iconic Guggenheim Museum, as well as works by Frank Gehry, Norman Foster, Zaha Hadid, Philippe Starck and even Siza Vieira, while food lovers should not miss Donostia-San Sebastian, which has one of largest concentrations of Michelin starred restaurants in the world.

Do not forget to taste a pintxo (tapas of the Region) accompanied by a glass of Txacoli, a lightly fizzy green wine or a typical cider of the region.

One of the best gastronomies in the world, beaches surrounded by nature, examples of avant-garde architecture, mountains, culture …

In conclusion, this is the Basque Country.

4. Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela is not only the Way of Santiago, it is the Capital of Galicia, its historical center is a World Heritage Site, the city has a young, fun and lively atmosphere due to the influence of about 30,000 University students. The mixture of students, tourists, pilgrims and locals is unique and makes the environment very special.

The Cathedral of Santiago, rises majestically in the Square of Obradoiro where every year the 24 of July commemorates the day of S.João with celebrations and fireworks. Its Romanesque, gothic and baroque buildings make the old city one of the most beautiful urban areas in the world, to which was added a very important set of works of contemporary architecture and urban planning performances.

5. Andalusia

With around 350 beaches scattered for about 1,000 kilometers, Andalucía is the destination of choice for Spaniards and Tourists. It is a rich area not only in Beaches, but also in Culture and Architecture due to the Moura influence.

The virgin beaches of Cabo de Gata, Almeria – While passing through this national park, the landscapes range from deserts with cactus and thorny perennials to beautiful dream beaches.

Malaga, is a beautiful representative of the Andalusian spirit. In addition to the beaches, La Malagueta, La Misericordia, San Andrés, San Julián, El Palo or Pedregalejo, the city has much to do with the Roman fortress or the amphitheater, the Pompidou Center or the Picasso Museum.

In Cádiz, also known as the ‘Tacita de Plata’, you can breathe a special atmosphere thanks to the beauty of its architecture and the friendliness of the inhabitants. You can stroll along the walls of Castle San Esteban by the sea, eat tapas in the Barrio de la Palma, or enjoy its famous beaches like Tarifa for lovers of kitesurfing and paddle surfing; Playa de Levante, Puerto de Santa María and others.

and even more

Being in the South of Spain, it is worth to jump to Gibraltar, UK and get to know the Rock.

You can visit the Church of St Micheals, located in a grotto dug in the Rock, shelters built in the rock during the Second World War, the Mosque of Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim, the ruin of a Moorish castle, delights you with the view on top of the Rochedo, and of course the monkeys that circulate around the city.

Do not forget to take your passport.