There’s a lot of pressure on your first post-pandemic vacation to be well worth the wait. Should you do a multi-destination trip or explore one place in-depth? Should it be a solo adventure or will you bring the fam? And what, oh what, will you do?
If your travel wish list includes Spain, you’re already one step closer to an outstanding trip! Timeless Spain is meant to be savoured again and again. Travel to the fullest, with its famous cuisines, magnificent coastlines, and a tapestry of cultures.
All that’s left to do is connect with a savvy Travel Expert to help you design the perfect itinerary, with memorable things to do in Spain just like these.
What to do in Alella
Drift along the Mediterranean aboard a luxury sailboat bound for one of Spain’s oldest and most notable wine regions. Once you’ve docked, you’ll explore organic vineyards and have a private tasting in a locally owned wine cellar. Salud!
What to do in Sitges
Not only can you be yourself in Sitges, you might just discover your best self. Explore one of the most popular LGBTQ2+ friendly destinations on the globe through a guided tour of must-see highlights. You’ll walk along the Promenade, browse local shops, and take note of which of the two dozen gay bars across town you’ll come back to for a drink with friends.
What to do in Segovia
Who needs a drone camera when you can enjoy a bird’s eye view in real time? Climb aboard a colourful hot air balloon to experience Segovia from above. This unforgettable experience is perfected by a picnic lunch and a couple of glasses of cava.
What to do in San Sebastian
If your ideal beach day looks like hopping into the waves, drying out in the sun, rinse and repeat, then head to Playa de la Concha in San Sebastian. But if you’re not afraid of a little helmet hair, we highly recommend exploring the Basque country by bike! Ride through the city’s network of bike trails and enjoy a local’s insight from your guide along the way.
What to do in Seville
Seville feels like many worlds within a city, and it looks like one too. Get your camera ready. Hundreds of years of culture and history dating back to the 8th century B.C. can be found here on its flamenco stages, hand-painted azulejos of the Plaza de España, and La Catedral, the largest Gothic building in the world. Best of all, embark on a tasty journey through Andalusian cuisine on a guided tour of local markets and eateries.
What to do in Granada
Make your first stop The Alhambra, always! Its photogenic buildings, courtyards, and gardens take your breath away every time you go.
Fancy a full day of castle-hopping? Follow the coastline to Granada’s most iconic towns, including Salobreña and Almuñecar. Histories stretching back six thousands years are brought to life with a knowledgeable interpreter. On your way, don’t forget to explore El Majuelo Park and Botanical Gardens.
What to do in Palma de Mallorca
There’s more to Spain than meets the eye. But don’t just take our word for it! Head to the streets of Palma for a surprising public gallery sprawled across the walls. Your street art crawl will uncover vibrant murals, political and guerilla art, and ultimately, a fresh take on the Spain you thought you knew.
What to do in Barcelona
Of course, go out for tapas, but this time, make it sweet. Spend a few hours exploring the Gothic Quarter and El Born’s most decadent delicacies with a gastronomic expert. You’ll snack your way through chocolate shops, bakeries, and cafés amid the work of art that is Barcelona.
What to do in Madrid
A Madrid getaway is as delightful as a neat glass of vermút on a late Sunday morning. Especially when you experience it your way. Find the Arab baths, explore marvellous museums and boutique art galleries, plan an artisanal picnic at Madrid Río, or grab your camera and spend a day capturing the city’s most famous landmarks: Plaza de Cibeles square, Royal Palace, Plaza Mayor and so, so much more. Don’t forget to save some time for a visit to the Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, just an hour outside the city.
What to do in Gibraltar
If you always fly with an empty suitcase so you can fly back with all the keepsakes your heart desires, you won’t want to miss the chance to visit Gibraltar’s shops. Of course, for a taste of adventure and history, head straight to the Rock of Gibraltar to explore centuries-old tunnels and hike to the conservation area, home to a population of Barbary macaques.