Holidays To Spain From Scotland
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From Scotland To Spain, A Holiday Guide
With exciting destinations like the Costa Blanca, Costa del Sol and Canary Islands just waiting to be discovered, holidays to Spain from Scotland in 2024 and 2025 are an ideal way to escape the Scottish weather and enjoy lots family time in the sunshine. Direct flights to Spain from Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh make it easier than ever to escape to the beaches.
Destinations In Spain From Scotland
Depending on the sort of holiday you're after, there are lots of exciting Spanish destinations to choose from, whether you prefer a short city break with your partner, an adventurous challenge in the mountains, or a two week holiday in the sun by the pool.
Tenerife offers a little of everything which is why it's at the top of our list. From soft sandy beaches to family friendly day trips and excursions, there's so much to enjoy on the island, and there's a range of accommodation options too depending on your budget.
One of Spain's best loved cities, Madrid is alive with a wealth of activities, accommodation and amazing food to keep you busy on a short break here. From the bustling nightlife to the relaxing golf courses, the Spanish capital is certainly one to explore.
For those who prefer to discover the lesser known cities of Europe, Seville should certainly be on your list. Enjoying the mix of historic and modern architecture will guide you through this magnificient city, whether by tram, bus or simply on foot.
A popular holiday destination for families, groups and couples, Majorca provides holidaymakers seeking sunshine the best of everything. With a city break experience in Palma, night clubbing in Magaluf or jumping in a car and seeking out quiet and quaint beaches dotted around the island, Majorca has it all.
Tour Operators To Spain From Scotland
There are a number of tour operators and airlines who offer flights and holidays to Spain from Scottish airports:
TUI have both regular scheduled and charter flights from Scotland, both of which can either be year round or seasonal, so you'll need to think about where you're flying to, the holidays might only be available on certain dates to selected destinations. This is particularly the case with the likes of Aberdeen where many destinations only operate during the summer months.
Jet2 Holidays offers holidays to Spain from both Edinburgh and Glasgow International airports, so you've got a variety of options here. When you book a package holiday with Jet2holidays, you're ATOL and ABTA protected and there's a good chance that things like seat selection, luggage and in-resort airport transfers are included so always check to see what is included within the package before you book. They even offer a low deposit option when booking far enough in advance.
Another great option from Glasgow and Edinburgh is easyJet Holidays who fly to places like Malaga, Majorca and Lanzarote. They also can package up your accommodation, whether that's self catering apartments, or a luxury resort, so you can book and pay all in one place.
Other Tour Operators
Although they don't offer package holidays as such, you might be able to grab a bargain when booking holidays with Ryanair flights from Scotland, but do always be aware of the financial protection that's provided by your tour operator or travel agent, especially since the Coronavirus pandemic. We always recommend booking an ATOL or ABTA protected package.
Holiday Types From Scotland To Spain
The best type of holiday is the one you spend with your family. There's nothing like spending quality time with the kids but it's also important they have plenty to see and do, giving you a little break yourself. From multi-age children's clubs to easy access to a waterpark or splash park, you can ensure you and your family have the best time while you're in Spain. Self catering can be ideal if you're looking for a cheap holiday within your budget, and that still means cooking together too.
Villas with swimming pools give you the privacy and space you need with the family, whether it's a small family or a big one. Some tour operators from Scotland will even include a hire car within the price of your holiday so you've got even greater freedom to head out and explore the destination with the family, whether that's travelling to the local market to pick up some fresh Spanish produce, or heading to the nearest beach for a fun-filled day out.
A holiday doesn't have to involve chilling by the pool. City breaks can bring just as much joy, excitement and recovery as a beach holiday can. Simply being able to gawp at impressive architecture, iconic paintings, or relax with some Spanish tapas as you watch the world go by, can be just as relaxing. Try destinations like Madrid or Barcelona to start, before moving on to some of the country's hidden gems, like Bilbao, Seville or Santander.