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Price and Availability Index in Spain
Holiday Letting Price Information in Spain
We analysed price data and summarised them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Spain. Prices rise in July and reach an average of £143 a night (13/07 - 20/07), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. The cheapest week to book a holiday rental is in November (30/11 - 07/12).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Spain
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Spain (in %). The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in December (22/12 - 29/12). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in May (04/05 - 11/05).
Relax in the sun with a Spanish holiday villa or apartment
Located on the Iberian Peninsula, Spain has long been a popular holiday destination for European and international travellers. Renting a villa makes for a wonderful base from which to explore this stunning and diverse country. From spectacular cities such as Madrid and Barcelona to the luxurious beaches of the Costa Brava, Spain offers something for every traveller. If you’re seeking something more sedate, Seville and Granada offer wonderful attractions, shopping and food without the bustle of the larger Spanish cities.
How to get to Spain
Spain is one of the most widely visited countries in Europe and so incredibly easy to access from just about anywhere. There are regular flights to the large cities such as Madrid and Barcelona all year round. Flights to airports such as Malaga and other beach destinations are less frequent in the winter - although this does mean you can often get some great out of season deals.
Every airport is served with extensive public transportation. Some Spain holiday homes in more rural areas are best reached by hire car. Even if it's possible to get there via public transport, if you’re staying in a more secluded part of the country a car is the easiest way to explore the region at your convenience.
Spanish food and drink: a gastronomical paradise
From the cities to country retreats, no matter where you decide to stay in Spain, the food is an unequivocal delight. The most famous dish is Paella, a dish made with seafood and rice. Though delicious all over Spain, the closer you are to the coast, the fresher the dish will be. The Spanish omelette, known as tortilla, is another menu must, though the term omelette drastically underrates the dish. Made with eggs, onion and potato, the dish is cooked until firm and served in slices; more akin to what we would consider a quiche.
Food is comparatively cheap in Spain, and the wine is even cheaper. So whether you choose to dine out or cook in your holiday villa in Spain, food should be a memorable and inexpensive part of your adventure.
Spanish weather: a constant delight
Spain’s Mediterranean climate is temperate and predictable but does vary a lot depending where in the country you choose to visit. Southern provinces, especially those located in Andalusia, offer moderate temperatures even in winter. You can expect six hours of sunshine and an average temperature of eleven degrees Celsius even in the coldest months of December and January.
Summer sees the temperature rise across the entirety of Spain. Expect the mercury to hit the mid-30s in the hotter months, and where better to be when it does than relaxing on the white Mediterranean beaches, or by the pool of your holiday villa?
Spanish attractions: you’ll never get bored
If cultural sights and historical attractions are on the agenda when you rent your Spain holiday home , then you won’t be disappointed. Barcelona boasts the impressive works of Antoni Gaudí, Madrid has splendour in abundance with the Plaza Mayor and the Royal Palace; and Granada is one giant museum, though the Alhambra is unquestionably the highlight.
For those heading to one of the many beach locations, not only can you sunbathe, swim and relax, but many localities will boast an old town with historic streets, churches and local museums. Renting a villa is the perfect way to locate yourself in the heart of the action close to the many sights and attractions. while benefiting from all the comforts a Spanish holiday home has to offer.
Nightlife in Spain: something for everyone
Spanish nightlife isn’t all about living la vida loca, though you certainly can if you want to - Spain has a vibrant nightlife scene. All big cities have several high-profile nightclubs. Be prepared to stay up late - the party starts after midnight and continues until the early hours.
The dawn of the better weather brings singles, couples and families to the many boulevards and plazas, where people dine and drink until the early hours. Food and drink are at the core of Spanish nightlife and one of the highlights of a Spanish holiday. Especially when travelling with children, it's easy to enjoy the delights of Spanish cuisine from the comfort of your own holiday home.
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