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Der Playa de Formentor, ein Traumstrand auf Mallorca, Bild: Balate Dorin / shutterstock

Relaxation by the sea – let’s go to Spain

Spain’s coasts are every holidaymaker’s dream. There are so many small villages and towns that as a traveler you will be spoilt for choice for your dream destination. A holiday home in Spain by the sea is the perfect starting point for your holiday.

From Mallorca to Andalusia – here you will find relaxation

Spain is not one of the most popular travel destinations for Germans for nothing. In the summer months, millions of tourists cavort on the country’s beaches. Not only Spain’s capital Madrid, but also beautifully located seaside destinations are very popular. The following five destinations are particularly popular with German tourists and are visited again and again every year.

Alcúdia in Mallorca

Old Town Alcudia
The old town of Alcudia, Image: Mariasokphoto / shutterstock

Just over 20,000 inhabitants live on Alcúdia, one of the largest cities in Mallorca. To the north, the beautiful community has numerous sights, but also has a lot to offer in terms of beaches. Cleanliness and high water quality are very important here, so that families with children will also find the perfect holiday home.

Cadaqués in Catalonia

The small village of Cadaqúes is located just before the French border, directly on the Costa Brava. Well-known artists such as Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali have spent their holidays here. Located in the heart of the Cap de Creus Natural Park, Cadaqués is the perfect destination for a quiet and tranquil holiday without stress and with small beach coves to relax.

Conil de la Frontera in Andalusia

Málaga, Andalusia
View of Málaga in Andalusia, Image: S-F / shutterstock

One of Spain’s hotspots is the small village of Conil de la Frontera, which is visited by numerous tourists every summer. Nevertheless, the kilometre-long sandy beaches are never overcrowded. Due to the extremely mild Mediterranean climate, it is never too warm here, so that families with small children will also find a perfect place to be.

Cudillero in Asturias

Located directly on the Cantabrian Sea is the small fishing village of Cudillero. Built on a small hillside, this village offers breathtaking views over the north coast of Spain. Cudillero is the perfect destination for a quiet holiday, as the party scene has a break here. Instead, the picturesque old town beckons with its beautiful, old Spanish buildings and extraordinary dishes directly from the coast. Whether hake or shark, in the fish restaurants you can feast and linger in the traditional way.

Peníscola in Valencia

Spain, Valencia
Valencia, Image: karnavalfoto / shutterstock

Located directly on the Spanish east coast, Peníscola is the destination for those interested in culture and beach vacationers. Whether it’s a visit to the Templar Castle or a shopping tour through dozens of small souvenir shops, there is something for every tourist here in Valencia. A visual highlight is the old town with the traditional Spanish white houses, which was built directly on a rock. A fantastic panorama, a breathtaking view and the perfect holiday for all those who want to experience the special flair of Spain.

The holiday apartment as a starting point

A holiday apartment is the perfect choice for a holiday in Spain. From here you can start activities, visit the beach and in the evening retreat with your family to your personal feel-good environment. Forget the hustle and bustle of the hotels, but cater for yourself with Spanish delicacies. Numerous holiday apartments are located directly on the coast, so that nothing stands in the way of going to the sea directly after breakfast.