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Guide to Help You Enjoy your Holiday in Spain 2017 & 2018
This is where it all began back in the 1950’s, so where better to go than back to the original. Where are we referring? Well of course it is, all inclusive Spain holidays. You will get so much choice in Spain if you are looking for an all inclusive holiday. There is mainland Spain, the Costa’s or the wild bunch, the Balearics and the guaranteed year round weather of the Canary Islands. Whatever one you decide upon will be certain to have both budget and luxurious all inclusive packages in Spain.
- Flight time from UK: 2 hours
Airport Transfer Time: various
Suitable for: All
Blue Flag Beaches: 493
Bus Service: Local and frequent
Emergency Numbers: 112 (emergency services)
Costa del Sol, a long established resort and sure to be high on everyone’s list that are looking for holidays to Spain. This resort can boast of wall to wall good weather for ten months of the year. Long stay all inclusive is popular at this resort over the winter months. This part of Spain is a golfer’s paradise, with numerous golf courses to choose. Combined all this makes for great holidays.
One resort here, where will find the rich and famous is Marbella, if you find Spain holidays here, it is going to cost you a bit. It may be a better idea to stay just outside the resort in Fuengirola. Here accommodation is plentiful and definitely, at a good price, you will likely find some cheap holidays. For more on Mainland Spain check our individual guides.
Going on all inclusive holidays Spain to the Balearics could be the best idea. These islands attract all sorts, from young and wild to families, and they seem to have it that everyone is welcome. The wild reputation of Ibiza springs to mind when you think about the Balearics, but Majorca is fantastic and attracts young and old alike.
The Canary Islands, well take your choice. Well developed for tourism and established resorts to enjoy your Spain all inclusive. Each of the islands has their own character but have the weather in common. This will be covered in detail for the specific islands.
Here is a simple checklist, which may help you when you are travelling on your Spain all inclusive. You should consider these and even print them for a record.
• Although crime is on the rise, you are not likely to become a victim by following some common sense rules. Apply the same discretion here as you do at home and you should come to no harm.
• Electric in Spain is 220 volts and you will need an adapter to convert your UK plug so that it fits their sockets. Adapters can be purchased at most UK supermarkets or Boots.
• EHIC Card, this allows free health care while in Spain. You can apply for one at most Post Offices or telephone 0845 606 2030.
• You can use your credit, Delta or Maestro card at most Cash Machines in Spain.
• Currency is Euro; the coins are called cents and notes Euro.
• Travellers cheques are accepted in most banks, although there is plenty of Bureau de Change throughout. Just check the exchange rate first.
• Be careful if you are driving a car or motor cycle as you travel on the right in Spain.
• If you need the UK embassy in Spain their phone number is 917 146 300.