1. The sun,sun sun ! the coastal resorts of the Mediterranean enjoy, on average, more than 300 days of sunshine each year – well into the autumn and winter months

2. Its enviable cities including  Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Seville, Malaga.

3 The best beaches in Europe- With more than 5,000 miles of coastline, Spain has thousands of beautiful beaches, from tiny rocky coves to long strips of golden sand. Blue Flag status was awarded to more than 577 beaches around the country and the islands last year, guaranteeing not only water quality but also, in most cases, access for people with disabilities.

4 Steeped in History  Spectacular pieces  historic engineering, The Roman site of the Baños de la Reina, (the “Queen´s Baths”) in Calpe is an exeptional coastal  enclave. As you can see from the bay of the calm waters protected by the Rock of Ifach.

5 Enjoy world class cycling – the costal towns are popular for cyclists, with terrain to suit all styles and abilities and regularly serves as a training ground for pro-riders.

6 Then there’s the food -from fine chorizo,ibérico ham, manchego cheese and, of course the regional Rioja wine, You could spend a very happy holiday indeed exploring the regions where your favourite foods and wines are produced.
7 Fiestas From local bullrunning to the tomato fight in Bunyol, Spain is renowned for its fiestas. But there’s so much more on offer than these international events as every single city, town and village celebrates local festivities at some point during the year.
8 The Music – Partake or spectate the Spanish art of flamenco – guitar, dance and song.
9 It’s still good value ! The pound may have taken a hit against the euro of late, but Spain remains one of the best value destinations in Europe for a summer getaway.
10 Great for all the family-The area has a good choice of theme parks including Terra Mitica, a sort of “around the world” themed park, Aqualandia, a crazy water slide themed park, Mundomar and Terra Natura, a wildlife themed park.