We have tried to compile as much information about Spanish villas and apartments throughout Spain for holidays (vacations) and residence that anyone could possibly need. Local tourist information and attractions have been included to help ensure your visit goes as smoothly as possible. To get started just use the navigation on the left to find your favourite area of Spain and don't forget to scroll down, some of our pages are very long. View the Costas, Balearic or Canary islands.
Spanish Villa and Apartment Rental
Nowadays there is such an enormous choice of holiday villas and apartments that are let all over Spain following the sales boom of the last couple of decades and owners looking to maximise their income. This has driven prices down and combined with the surge in budget flights from all over northern Europe, breaks have become ever more affordable. Don't forget to compare prices and situation from different areas and resorts to get the best deals.
Spanish Villa and Apartment Sales
The readjustment in prices downward in the Spanish Property market has been happening for a couple of years now ensuring bargains galore as builders and owners accept the realism of the situation, so study the market carefully take good advice and you will have a lifetime of holidays in your very own dream villa.
Searching for Spanish Holiday Villas and Apartments
If you know exactly what kind of Holiday Rentals Spain you are looking for you can search by area or type directly for the best deals. With bargain rentals from less than £100 per week for a family of 4 or luxury villas with private pools available, what are you waiting for?
Searching for Spanish Villas and Apartments Sales
With prices of Property Sales Spain varying hugely from area to area it is essential to spend a little time studying what is available and don't forget some of the best deals never get online or in price lists because they sell so fast, so contact lots of different agencies and owners to check their stock.
We have included loads of tourist information for each resort and area, to aid you in your selection. Places to visit, weather, entertainment, tourism, water parks, amusement parks, marinas and beaches are all included to make your purchase or holiday an enjoyable experience. Below are some of the more well known Costas, Balearic or Canary islands, so scroll down to make your choice.
The Spanish Canary Islands
This fascinating island has something for everyone, with quiet towns and bustling resorts, widely varied scenery from the north to the south, fantastic beaches, large choice of attractions and year round sunshine. Here are 3 of the more famous;
Los Cristianos - Family resort in the south of Tenerife
Playa de las Americas - Lively nightlife, beaches and sunshine
Puerto de la Cruz - An old colonial town on the north coast of Tenerife
This beautiful volcanic island in the Canaries is the perfect holiday destination with year round sunshine, plenty of things to do and cracking beaches, not to mention the abundance of first class accommodation. Here are 3 of the best;
Maspalomas - Considered the most beautiful beach on Gran Canaria
Playa del Ingles - Gran Canaria's largest resort for all types of holidays
San Agustin - Take your beach holiday at the gorgeous San Agustin
African sunshine in a little piece of Europe, so if you are looking for that perfect pool or beach holiday try Fuerteventura. It is also considered a water sports paradise with excellent wind and kite surfing conditions.
Corralejo - A family holiday resort that offers fantastic all round fun
Morro Jable - Once a small fishing village now one of the biggest holiday resorts
Caleta de Fuste - A relaxed atmosphere and gently shelving beach
Another of the Canary Islands with amazing landscape changes from the mountains down to the beautiful white sand beaches. An ideal tourist destination for the young and old alike.
Playa Blanca - A pretty little resort located on the southern tip of the island
Puerto del Carmen - The main holiday resort in Lanzarote
Costa Teguise - One of Lanzarote's most attractive tourist resorts
The Spanish Balearic Islands
This most beautiful of the Balearic Islands is well known for not just it's clubbing reputation for the younger generation but also as a fun filled family destination with loads of attractions and great accommodation.
San Antonio - A great variety of accommodation and entertainment
Santa Eulalia - Destination for families and those seeking a quieter vacation
Playa den Bossa - Thriving resort with Ibiza's longest sandy beach
The largest of Spain's Mediterranean Islands and probably the most well known and millions of visitors every year confirm it as one of the top destinations in the world, with something for everyone.
Magaluf - The ultimate party town
Palma Nova - Top destination for package holidays
Alcudia - The most popular Majorcan family resort
Puerto Pollensa - The destination for a quiet and relaxing holiday
Palma - The bustling capital of Mallorca
Cala Millor - Attractive area on the eastern coastline
Cala d'Or - The quality resort town
Renowned for its more relaxing, quieter family holidays yet with still plenty to see and do, with beautiful peaceful coves, glorious beach resorts, mild climate and lots of return visitors.
Calan Bosch - A fashionable modern holiday resort
Ciudadela - A Menorcan Spanish Resort
Mahon - Menorca Island's walled capital
This region of north eastern Spain has lots to offer with many popular resorts, yet there are still loads of unspoiled, hidden jewels to be found. Being the closest region to France has ensured that those who choose the driving option stop there first.
Blanes - Perfect for that sea, sun and sand holiday
Tossa de Mar - A pretty town with cobbled streets and a magnificent castle
Lloret de Mar - Five fantastic beaches, a vibrant nightlife and family resort
Girona - Popular city destination
Calella - Great Mediterranean tourist spot
Over 100 miles of beautiful coves and beaches explain why this is a growing region of Spain, stretching from Barcelona to Tarragona and beyond. These are just 2 of them (more can be found via the side navigation);
Salou - Resort with Port Aventura theme park
Tarragona - City with Roman ruins
Costa Del Azahar
Further south from Barcelona you will find the Costa Del Azahar, a relatively unspoiled coastline of beautiful seaside towns and the City of Valencia.
Valencia - Friendly city by the sea
Castellon - Some of the best beaches in Spain
Massive tourist destination centred on Alicante and Benidorm, with a super abundance of reasonably priced villas and apartments.
Torrevieja - A busy and popular Spanish town
Costa Blanca - More resorts on the white coast
The new boy on the block, with the upgrading of Murcia's San Javier airport opening the way for tourism on a larger scale.
Costa Calida - bargain villas, sun, sea and golf
Probably the most difficult of the Costas to get to, with no major international airport of its own, it is almost untouched by mass tourism.
Costa Almeria - Quiet towns and rugged countryside
The spectacular coastline coast line of Granada with an almost tropical climate, beautiful beaches and just a short trip to the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the beautiful city of Granada.
Almunecar - All year sunshine
Granada - Vibrant city with the amazing Alhambra
Costa del Sol
The most famous of the Costas with luxury and package holiday resorts side by side, 100 miles of sun and fun.
Costa de la Luz
The final stretch of coast line in southern Spain before you arrive in Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean instead of the Med.
Huelva - popular water sports area
Cadiz - Famous maitime city in southern Spain
A few cities that are steeped in history with monuments and historical sites, perfect weekend break destinations.
Pamplona - see the "Bull Running"
Salamanca - capital of the Castile
Santander - a city on the Bay of Biscay
Toledo - with old walled city
Zaragoza - capital of Aragon