Scandi Travel Group / Our destinations / Spain

Barcelona

Barcelona satisfies many expectations. A variety of attractions, including the blue Mediterranean Sea, beautiful beaches and lovely climate are a paradise for everyone who also likes good food. The local wine is also exquisite!

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Sitges

The Spanish town of Sitges is a pearl on the Costa Garraf. It is located between Barcelona and Tarragona, so there are possibilities to combine active city holidays with relaxation.

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Madrid

A glass of wine, a pitch-black café solo and maybe some fried squid with a few slices of serrano ham from the tapas bar is often a good starting point before throwing yourself into the life of Madrid, the Spanish capital.

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Valencia

Valencia has been a real tourist magnet in the past couple of years. People from all over the world are flooding into this, the third-largest city in Spain. Four million people visit Valencia every year.

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Bilbao / San Sebastian

Michelin Star chefs, movie stars and architectural gems. All of these are Bilbao and San Sebastian in a nutshell. No-one has ever taken the stardust away from these two well-known cities in the north of Spain.

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Palma de Mallorca

The times of drunken tourists in Palma are over. A new type of tourist has been flooding into Palma de Mallorca since it changed as a holiday destination.

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Alicante

For many, Alicante is just a stopover, a place on the way to their final destination. However, Alicante has many great qualities and is a fully-developed, yet underestimated, holiday destination.

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Málaga

On the Mediterranean coast, at the “seaside of culture and classical history”, in the southern part of the Iberian Peninsula, you find Málaga.

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Granada

Granada is Spain at its best. It is situated in the Southeast of Spain between the Mediterranean Sea and Andalusia. Granada is a magical, unique and charming destination full of history, breathtaking nature and beautiful architecture.

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Gran Canaria

The warm and sunny climate makes Gran Canaria a great year-round destination. Gran Canaria is traditionally associated with charter tourism, but more and more people are choosing other options to spend time there.

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