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Inspiration for the best family holidays in Spain
Spain has everything you need for a family-friendly holiday: long stretches of white sand, sunny weather, beautiful beaches, tasty cuisine, rich history, and a thriving arts and culture scene. It also has an abundance of family-friendly resorts and activities – perfect for family holidays. Whether you’re spending your holidays in Alicante or Barcelona, there’s something for everyone.

With school, work, and daily chores, it can be extremely refreshing to take a break, recuperate, and come back feeling fresh and inspired. Family holidays in Spain are the source of happy memories. Whether you built an amazing sandcastle, taught your kids how to fish, or had your first camping experience – these memories are going to stay with you and your kids forever. Your children will relish being in new surroundings, and it will give you time to bond with them.

Why you should spend your family holidays in Spain:
Every year, millions of people flock to Spain (and for good reason). Here’s why your family will love spending some time in Spain:


Spain is known for its dramatic coastline. With azure waters, long sandy beaches, pristine coves, and an array of watersports – Spain has some of the best beaches in Europe. They also have more Blue Flag beaches than anywhere else in Europe (with warmer waters).

Spain has a myriad of intriguing attractions. The Moorish-influenced buildings from hundreds of years ago still stand tall – from the Alhambra Palace in Granada, to the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona, to the beautiful mosque of Cordoba. Other attractions include the Teide National Park in Tenerife and the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range in Majorca.

With Andalusian and Mediterranean influences, Spain has some of the best cuisine in the world – from tasty tapas to hearty paella. It’s also home to the second best restaurant in the world, El Celler de Can Roca, as well as the oldest restaurant in the world, Casa Botín. 3-3.png

The most recognised features of Spanish culture is flamenco dancing, tapas, and fiestas. From running with bulls to tomato fights, the Spaniards sure know how to party. Flamenco dancing is more prominent in the Andalusian region – the heart of Spanish culture.

Visitors can generally expect a Mediterranean climate when coming to Spain. Spain is the sunniest country in Europe and experiences about 300 days of sunshine each year. In some parts of the country, it’s even sunny in winter. You can have great family holidays in Spain no matter what month of the year it is.


Flip the cards to find out our favourite destinations in Spain for family holidays:



Spending your family holidays in Spain will create wonderful memories for years to come. With great weather, beautiful beaches, amazing water parks, and stunning attractions – what’s not to love? If you’re inspired to come to Spain, head over to Marjal Costa Blanca Camping & Resort for comfortable accommodation and endless entertainment for the whole family.
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