6 Vibrant Spanish destinations for a Fun European Family Vacation

by Guest Post on June 27, 2016

in Travel Ideas

Between the sun-kissed beaches and the bustling resorts, Spain has always been a firm favorite for family holidays. Easy to get to and visitor-friendly, Spain promises hassle-free fun and a huge choice of destinations for your next family trip. Here are six of our favorites:

Tenerife

Tenarife

Tenerife is where you’ll the magnificent Mount Teide, and this alone is enough to warrant a visit on your next family trip. All it takes is a short cable car journey, and your kids will be able to say they’ve summited Spain’s highest peak.

Menorca

Centro Ecuestre Equimar

This is the perfect place to spend a more relaxed family holiday. Don’t be fooled into thinking Menorca’s more tranquil vibe makes it boring, though — you can do everything from horse riding at Centro Ecuestre Equimar to watersports at Katayak.

Lanzarote

Lanzarote - Cueva de los Verdes

Treat the kids to something different this summer on their Spain holidays with a visit to Lanzarote. There you can explore Cueva de los Verdes, the longest lava tunnel in the world.

Ibiza

Ibiza Diving

This island isn’t just for twenty-something partygoers. It is incredibly child friendly, and resorts like Port des Torrent are brimming with activities to keep you and the kids busy.

Costa de Almeria

Costa de Almeria

This stretch of coast boasts some of the best weather in Spain, and as one of Andalucía’s quieter regions, it is the place to go for a family beach break where you’ll actually find space on the sand.

Costa Dorada

Costa Dorada - PortAventura theme parkFor a lively family holiday, head to Costa Dorada in Catalonia. Salou is one of the most family-friendly resorts in Spain, and nearby, PortAventura theme park is guaranteed to entertain the kids for days.

What are your favorite family holiday destinations in Europe? Let us know in the comments below!

Images by CrowbaredBradley HowardIrene GrassiolaszmeloKevin Pacheco, and Jeremy Thompson, used under the Creative Commons License.

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