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Spain may be famous for sangria and siestas, but it is also a country full of culture, history, music and art. The real question is: where to start? Are you looking for family villa holidays and villas for large groups, or something a little smaller?  Large villas to rent in Spain, or perhaps a holiday villa in Spain with private pool? 


If you’re looking to experience an authentic Spanish lifestyle, in search of walking holidays in Spain, or just somewhere to relax by the beach then an Andalucia villa should tick every box.


Aragon is where you go if you’re in search of untouched Spain. With no coastline to tempt hordes of sun seekers, here you can find secluded holiday cottages, villas for large groups, and glorious landscapes, and get to keep them all to yourself.


Situated on the Spanish north coast facing the Cantabrian Sea, a holiday in Asturias is best known for the Picos de Europa National Park but also offers the visitor much more, from rugged coastlines to fascinating architecture and culture.


Cantabria is Spain’s northern gem. With hundreds of villas in Cantabria to choose from, be it mountain location or a spot by the sea, you won’t find a better place to relax and enjoy the real Spanish experience.


Catalonia is home to the delightful city of Barcelona, with sandy beaches and high mountain ranges.  This is the perfect destination for those in search of a holiday villa in Spain with private pool.

Costa Blanca - Valencia

Enjoying more than 315 days of sunshine every year it doesn’t take a genius to work out why the Costa Blanca is such a popular holiday rentals destination. 

Costa Calida - Murcia

If you want a holiday villa in Spain away from the crowds, and teeming with history, wildlife and archaeology, not to mention quiet beaches and excellent diving opportunities, Costa Calida is the place for you. 


Brimming with wildlife, abundant in history and culture and totally unspoilt by modern constructions, Extremadura is the perfect place for holiday rentals off the beaten track.


Look beyond southern Spain and take a holiday in Galicia for a self catering paradise with all the extras. Enjoy the Atlantic, the views, the rivers and the seafood- away from crowds of other holidaymakers.


The largest and most popular of the three Balearic Islands, you may be surprised to learn that there are still some undiscovered areas on Mallorca

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Barcelona, a beach city known for its architecture and vibrant lifestyle, has to be on the list, as well as stylish Madrid, flamenco-filled Seville and Moorish Granada. The beaches of the Costa del Sol are always popular, as are the Blue Flag shorelines of Galicia. And the local food has to be eaten to be believed, especially in places like Extremadura, Andalucia and San Sebastian.  If you have a holiday villa in Spain with private pool, then you can combine secluded poolside lounging, with heading out to explore the local area.

Adventurers and nature lovers will be in heaven, whether you’re surfing on the Costa Verde, hiking the Santiago de Compostela, skiing in the Pyrenees or cycling in Majorca. And there are some spectacular historic sites - the Roman aqueduct in Segovia and the Alhambra, to name just two. From tiny rural villages to bustling cities and from mountains to coastline, Spain is remarkably diverse but its promise of sunshine, smiles and scenery throughout makes it a destination that you could spend a lifetime exploring.

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