The Best Travel Vacation in Spain Relax and Discover
Spain is now one of the most popular travel destinations for Germans and that is not surprising, because there are many arguments in favor of a holiday in Spain. In addition to the many different ways to reach this country, for example by car, coach or plane, Spain attracts with its beautiful beaches, a breathtaking landscape, cultural strongholds, and beautiful people.
Popular travel destination for Germans
Spain has been a popular travel destination for many years, be it the mainland or the many islands that make up the Kingdom of Spain. In addition to the favorite island of the Germans, namely Mallorca, this also includes the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean and the Canaries in the Atlantic Ocean.
While the majority of young people tend to move to Mallorca, because the flight route is very short and there is a lot of fun and parties, families tend to book their vacation on one of the Canary Islands. In contrast to the extensive mainland of Spain, the many smaller islands offer everything at once, namely wonderful sandy beaches and culture and excursion destinations in the interior of the island.
On the other hand, if you decide to spend a holiday in Spain’s capital Madrid or in other major cities in the country, you will unfortunately not get much from the adjacent sea, as the distance to the beaches is far too great.
A holiday in the Balearic Islands or the Canary Islands is therefore exactly the right thing for everyone who alternates between just lying lazily on the beach and wanting to see something of their holiday destination on other days.
An island that combines all these possibilities is Gran Canarias, for example. With its many beaches, countless harbors, cliffs, and desert dunes on Maspalomas beach, this island is a paradise for bathers.
In addition, midsummer temperatures lure here all year round, inviting you to swim and go on excursions. Gran Canarias is also home to beautiful green oases and smaller lakes in the interior of the island. In the romantic towns, such as Terror in the north of the island of Puerto Rico in the south, discovering and exploring is really fun.
For water sports enthusiasts and divers, the south of the island is a paradise, the bright sandy beaches, and the massive cliffs are ideal for swimming, diving, water skiing, and paragliding. If you are looking for a break from the tourist strongholds of the south after a few days, you can take short distances to the center and northeast of the island, where dreamy villages and typical restaurants await.
Day trips to the neighboring islands such as Tenerife and Fuerteventura, where extraordinary black volcanic beaches can be admired, are also worthwhile. Often trips to Spain are also combined, that is, you first land on the mainland and after, for example, a week of vacation in Spain, you then continue to the second week of vacation on one of the Spanish islands.
Due to the easy accessibility of the Spanish mainland, more and more young people are coming here on a school trip or holiday. In this case, Spain can be easily reached by a coach. The journey takes between 12 and 20 hours, depending on the start and destination, and the youngsters usually have a lot of fun during the trip. So holidays in Spain are just right for all ages.