All Inclusive Holidays To Spain
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All Inclusive Holidays In Spain Guide
A Guide To All Inclusive
With prices from less than £300pp, all inclusive holidays to Spain really don't have to break the bank. And there are so many holiday destinations to choose from too. From the infamous Benidorm and the true love/hate relationship Brits have with it, to the glorious expansive resorts of Fuerteventura, you'll want to get it right.
What's Included In The Price
Make sure you check what is and isn't included within the price of your booking, as it can vary from company to company. For example, when booking flight inclusive beach escapes with Jet2holidays, they will usually include check-in luggage, seat selection and airport transfers, but when booking with On The Beach, you might only have your flight and hotel automatically included. Some brands also have a 'Plus' option which gives you even more such as premium alcoholic drinks brands included in the cost.
Once you arrive, you'll find that much of the entertainment and daytime activities are included free, although some, such as mini golf, tennis courts or sports lessons may be extra. This is where having somewhere with a great kids' club can be an absolute lifesaver if you're away with children. Meals and often afternoon snacks will be included, while most drinks including local alcoholic drinks will be available too.
Popular All Inclusive Resorts
Lots of choice make holidays to Spain the ideal option, but which to choose? You've got the mainlina and the islands to choose from. Here's our guide to the best all inclusive resorts in Spain:
Costa Del Sol
Running from Estepona in the south to Nerja in the north, the Costa Del Sol has so many fantastic resorts full of all inclusive hotels. You'll find plenty of options in places like Benalmadena, Torremolinos and Fuengirola, ranging from the cheaper two and three star hotels up to the luxury five star resorts, all within easy reach of the beaches.
One of the most popular destinations in Spain, the long stretch of coastline of the Costa Blanca has excellent resorts to choose from. Benidorm, the largest town on the Costa, is a town worth exploring, so although your holiday might have everything included, you'll probably want to still go out and explore a bit more of the area, or enjoy a day trip to the beach or a water park.
While Barcelona is a great city break destination, head up the coast to the Costa Brava and discover areas like Lloret De Mar, Girona and Roses which have smaller accommodation types, ideal if you don't like the massive resorts but still want 7 nights in the Spanish sunshine.
The largest of the Balearic Islands, Majorca is home to a largest number of self contained hotels with buffet style restaurants ensuring you definitely won't go hungry. While the busier areas of Palma Nova, Magaluf and Alcudia are definitely worth looking at, if you prefer to head to somewhere quieter and simply enjoy your time in resort and by the pool, take a look at places like Sa Coma and Can Picafort.
Ibiza is known as a bit of a party island, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy a fully inclusive holiday here. Heading out to the bars and clubs will obviously cost you extra, but you can still enjoy plenty of nightlife and entertainment in many of the hotels. TUI has some fantastic accommodation across the island including the more luxury TUI Sensatori Ibiza with its extensive food menu and stunning location, while on the cheaper end of the scale you've got the TUI SUNEO Caribe and TUI SUNEO Cala Llonga.
One of the best destinations in Spain for year round sunshine, Tenerife has a big range of resorts, from the quieter Guia de Isora to the livelier Playa de las Americas and Costa Adeje areas. If it's winter sun you're in need of, Tenerife and the other Canary Islands should definitely be on your hit list.
Best All Inclusive Resorts For Families
If you're booking for your family, you'll want to pick somewhere that has plenty to do, including kids' clubs, sports and activities and evening entertainment. Some of the best hotels even have special childrens sections and baby food prep areas in the buffet restaurant. TUI's BLUE For Families range of accommodation is certainly one to take a look at if you are looking at an all inclusive holiday in Spain for families.
It's important to choose the right tour operator when booking your holiday, even more so in light of the Covid 19 pandemic. You should book an ABTA or ATOL protected package and check the latest travel advice with the Foreign Commonwealth Development Office. Deals like discount codes and free child places may also be available.
First Choice Holidays
First Choice's all inclusive holidays are protected by the ATOL scheme, and with TUI's flights, offers getaways from across the UK, including smaller airports Cardiff, Bournemouth, Inverness and Southampton.
easyJet Holidays have expanded their range of flight and hotel breaks and if they fly from your local airport like Liverpool, Glasgow and Edinburgh, then you should take a look. Their packages are ATOL protected and they have both a refund guarantee and a best price guarantee for your peace of mind.
As an independent travel agent, Hays Travel prides itself on its quality of customer service, and it's why they have such a high review score on Feefo (4.9/5). The latest holiday deals are available online, however, you will need to call one of their agents to book the holiday. Once booked, you can use the online manage my booking function on their site to see more details.