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Spain is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world – its eclectic nature means that there’s something, and somewhere, for everyone in this beautiful country and tourists come back time and time over to discover the country anew. With every corner of the country now open and accessible to tourists it can be hard to decide where best might suit your holidaying needs, but you’re guaranteed to find the perfect spot for your dream holiday and Beat The Brochure are here to make it that little bit easier.
If you’re single and looking to mingle, there’s no better place in Spain than Ibiza to do so. The undeniable party capital of the world, Ibiza has some of the best clubs to be found the world over. The island is bursting with trendy clubs and bars full of beautiful and reckless party-goers looking for nothing but a good time and a quiet place to sleep it off in the sun the next day. Ibiza is the ideal destination if you just want to forget your troubles, dance the night away and find someone new to do it all with.
A beautiful region in northern Spain, La Rioja is the birthplace of Rioja wines – highly regarded as one of the best wine varieties in the world. Couples can enjoy wine-tasting tours in the region or take a romantic stroll through La Rioja’s picturesque medieval Old Town. Dine out in one of the region’s fine dining bodegas in the evening and slowly work your way down a bottle of the wine you’ve sampling during the day for an unforgettably intense experience.
A popular tourist destination for decades, Majorca holidays are great for families and kids of all ages will find something to keep them busy. Many of Majorca’s beaches have “children only” areas allowing children to run, scream and play in the sand and waters without disturbing anyone and the island’s numerous water parks will have the kids squealing with delight. The island has many fantastic, high quality tourist amenities and many restaurants sell traditional British fare, meaning there will never be a rumbling stomach for that little one who doesn’t fancy trying traditional Spanish dishes.
It’s impossible to see everything Madrid has to see in one day – it takes several weeks to truly appreciate all the Spanish capital has to offer. Set out on foot and explore Madrid’s historic streets, pay your respects at the Royal Palace and soak in the arts at one of the city’s many museums. When your feet get tired, you can always hop on El Teleferico de Madrid, a cable car running from Rosales in the west to a restaurant in Casa da Campo Park for stunning views of Madrid’s skyline.
Looking to catch some amazing waves? Then a holiday to Fuerteventura, one of the beautiful Canary Islands, is for you. The island has become a Mecca for surfers, kite-surfers and boogie boarders during the autumn when large Atlantic swells crash against its beaches. Diving and snorkelling are also popular among tourists looking to view the island’s amazing underwater wildlife in its natural habitat – swimming just won’t seem the same after you’ve done it alongside manta rays, sea turtles and tropical fish.
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Kelly is both a glampacker and a resident travel agent at Beat the Brochure. Kelly is a solo travel and Europe expert starting her travels as a rep in Ibiza. Kelly dreams every day of living in Hawaii with a very hunky, tanned man and would be much closer to this dream if it weren't for a high heel obsession.