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Spain Tours & Holidays

Travel solo as part of a group tour to Spain and experience life changing adventures

Discover The Wonders Of SPain

Venturing on a journey to Spain’s Costa Blanca and the legendary Camino de Santiago invites you into a world of sparkling coastal landscapes, scenic mountain trails, and rich cultural traditions. From soaking up the sun on the golden shores of the Costa Blanca to following the footsteps of thousands of pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago, and savouring delicious Spanish cuisine, these trips offer a diverse range of unique experiences. Imagine strolling along the coastal promenades, hiking through breathtaking landscapes, delving into the thriving local culture, or marvelling at panoramic vistas on the historic pilgrimage trail. Teeming with natural beauty and vibrant cultural influences, these two iconic Spanish destinations promise a genuinely memorable adventure.

Spain At A Glance

CAPITAL CITY

Madrid (6.9 million)

POPULATION

47.5 million

CURRENCY

Euro

LANGUAGE

Spanish

TIME ZONE

(GMT+01:00) Madrid winter, (GMT+02:00) Madrid summer

CALLING CODE

+34

ELECTRICITY

Type C (European 2-pin) Type F (German 2-pin, side clip earth)

TOP THINGS TO SEE IN Spain

Alicante

Alicante

The bustling capital of the Costa Blanca, home to a charming old town, vibrant marina, towering fortress, and a tantalising food scene.

Valencia

Valencia

A thriving city offering a perfect blend of history and modernity with landmarks like the City of Arts and Sciences and the lively Central Market.

Camino de Santiago

Camino de Santiago

This acclaimed pilgrimage trail, traversing diverse landscapes and quaint villages, takes you to the final destination of the grand Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.

OUR ADVENTURE Trips & TOURS IN Spain

STARTING FROM £650
6 Days from:
£650
Challenge Rating:
Rating Two

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The ideal time to visit the Costa Blanca is from May to October when the Mediterranean weather is most appealing. For the Camino de Santiago, spring (April to June) and autumn (September and October) are excellent times to avoid extreme weather and heavy tourist crowds.

The official currency is the Euro. Numerous ATMs are available, and most establishments accept credit cards.

Spain is part of the Schengen area, so EU nationals do not need a visa. Citizens of many other countries, including the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, can visit Spain visa-free for up to 90 days. Always check the latest visa requirements before travel based on your nationality.

Top locations include Alicante and Valencia on the Costa Blanca and the historic Camino de Santiago trail, rich with points of interest and cultural sites.

The Costa Blanca and the Camino de Santiago are generally safe for tourists. As always, customary vigilance of your belongings is advised, especially in crowded spaces.

While Spanish is the official language, English is commonly spoken in most tourist areas. Nonetheless, knowing a few phrases in Spanish can enrich your travel experience.

We advise you to check with your local travel clinic 4-6 months prior to departure to see what is required. Also check the Travel Health Pro Website

Tap water in Spain, including the Costa Blanca and along the Camino de Santiago, is safe to drink.

Spanish cuisine is hailed globally for dishes like paella, tapas, and churros. The Costa Blanca and the Camino de Santiago offer great opportunities to dive into the local gastronomic scene.

Spanish culture is vibrant and friendly. Dining usually takes place later in the evening, and respect for local customs, particularly during religious festivals, is highly appreciated.

Absolutely! The Costa Blanca is perfect for water sports, hiking, and cycling. Meanwhile, the Camino de Santiago remains one of the world’s most famous trekking routes, offering a unique mix of outdoor adventure, historical exploration, and cultural immersion.