More than half of the properties (50.97%) in Spain are apartment rentals. They are the most prevalent vacation accommodations there. Additionally, the average nightly cost of apartment rentals there is $203, and the average size is 71 m². Furthermore, if you are going in a group of 5, apartment rentals are an excellent type of accommodation in Spain, as they usually welcome this exact group size. If you are interested in another accommodation type, you could consider house rentals, which are the other most typical property type in Spain. House rentals in Spain are 167 m² on average, with prices averaging $402 per night.
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Choose a filter above to find an offer fitting your criteria among all of the rentals in Spain. You can easily find a vacation rental meeting your needs in Spain if you never miss an episode of your favorite show or you can't imagine a vacation without internet, as most accommodations provide "TVs" and "internet." Three features that are not often provided are "saunas," "Jacuzzis," and "cribs."
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Vacation Rental Price Information in Spain
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the vacation homes & apartments in Spain. It is during a week of June (6/26 - 7/3) that you will find the highest prices for the next 12 months. The cheapest week is in November (11/21 - 11/28). Prices fall to an average of $167 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Spain
Check out the graph above to find out how many accommodations are available in Spain(in %). So far, the week with the least available rentals in Spain is in August (8/8 - 8/15). It will be easy to find a rental that suits you in a week of September (9/26 - 10/3), as 69% of the rentals are still available.
City Condos and Spacious Family Vacation Homes in Spain
Whether you're looking for a beachside bungalow in Andalusia, a spacious family vacation home in a sleepy Costa Brava village, or a modern city apartment in the thick of the action in Barcelona or Madrid, you'll be able to make the most of Spain's endless culinary, cultural, and natural attractions while having the comforts of home at its vacation rentals.
Off to sunny Spain: it couldn’t be easier
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 habitual in the winter. Though this does mean you can often get some great out of season deals.
Every airport is served with extensive public transportation. Some Spain vacation homes which are in more rural areas are best reached by hire car. Even if it's possible to get there via transportation, if you’re staying in a more secluded part of the country a car is the optimal way to explore the region at your convenience.
Taste Spain’s World-Famous Cuisine
From Catalan paella in Barcelona to boquerones on the Costa del Sol, or a line up of tapas in Madrid or pinxtos on the northern Atlantic Coast, Spain's rich culinary heritage is on display everywhere you look. You'll be spoilt for dining options wherever you book your vacation home in Spain, whether you prefer to eat in or out. Many vacation rentals have fully equipped modern kitchens, and every corner of Spain has bustling markets with fresh produce and artisanal products.
World-Class Art Museums in Spain
Spain's incredible wealth of museums, theatres, and cultural centres is hard to match. Madrid is home to a handful of the world's very best art museums, including the Museo Nacional del Prado and the nearby Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. Barcelona's many Antonio Gaudi buildings, including the spectacular Sagrada Familia, make it like a living museum. Bilbao has the Guggenheim Museum, whose architectural design is as impressive and famous as its art collection.
Tips for Travelling in Spain With Toddlers
Benidorm's Terra Mitica
No matter where you plan to visit in Spain with kids, chances are you'll find plenty of activities and attractions to entertain the whole family. Benidorm is home to Spain's answer to Disneyland, Terra Mitica, a gigantic theme park (Spain's biggest) with rides, shows, and games suitable for children of all ages, including young adults. PortAventura in Tarragona is another massive amusement park suitable for toddlers and young kids but also offering exhilarating water park rides and Spain's highest rollercoaster for older children and adults.
Soccer Stadiums, Zoo's, and Adventure Parks
Spain's amazing cultural attractions are also largely toddler-friendly. From a tour of Bernebeau Stadium (the home ground of Real Madrid) to the Zoo Aquarium de Madrid, Barcelona and Madrid are full of family-friendly museums offering discounted children's tickets (often free under 4 years). In Valencia, Gulliver Park is a unique family activity where kids (and adults!) climb all over a sleeping Gulliver in an amazing giant playground, inspired by ""Gulliver's Travels"".
Travelling Around Spain with Kids
In terms of practical tips: getting around Spain with toddlers is relatively easy, thanks to the excellent national railway network and good local public transport. Almost all trains run by Renfe, Spain's national railway, are stroller accessible and have designated areas for stroller storage. The same goes for major museums and attractions, and most major metro stations in Barcelona and Madrid have elevators.
If you're visiting Spain with a baby, breastfeeding is largely accepted in public areas, although Spain's main supermarket chains like Mercadona and Supercor stock a range of international and local baby formula products. Changing tables, family rooms, and toddler play areas are common at resorts, hotels, amusement parks, restaurants, and other family-focused establishments.
Fun Nights Out for All Ages
Spain vacation rentals are close to plenty of evening entertainment options for all ages. Barcelona is one of Europe's premier clubbing destinations, with a host of famous DJs performing nightly around buzzing Las Ramblas and the Gothic Quarter. And don't forget flamenco bars, which you can find packed into neighbourhoods all over the country, like Barcelona's El Raval neighbourhood or the area around Madrid's bullring. Spain's theatre shows, from Bilbao's Teatro Arriaga to dinner theatres on the southern Costa del Sol, are first-rate and offered in both Spanish and English.
Just because we can’t travel right now doesn’t mean we can’t surround ourselves with incredible travel experiences. Every week, we’ll be bringing a new destination into your home complete with music, local recipes, and virtual experiences.
This week, we’ll #StayHomeToGo in Spain.
Welcome To Spain
Sun, flamenco, and sand between your toes––welcome to Spain. This is a country with 3,000-plus miles of enchanting coastline, including both the Balearic and Canary Islands and their innate rhythms.
Want a taste of Spain before planning your next trip? We’ve put together a virtual guide that brings Spanish culture to your home, so you can explore its food, music, and culture right from the comfort of your couch.
The anticipation of a holiday begins with the right preparation. For a virtual holiday, this does not have to be any different. What books would I like to take with me to the beach? What sights do I want to see? And what music awaits me on Spanish nights? HomeToGo has the answers to these questions and helps you to make your next holiday perfect - right from the first moment.
That’s why we’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite books, films, podcasts, and language tips to give you a taste of the variety this country has to offer.
Garden by the Sea by Mercè Rodoreda
Rodoreda's period novel focuses on a wealthy young couple and their parties in a summer villa viewed through the lens of the gardener.
The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón
In post-war Barcelona, the son of a book dealer is mourning the loss of his mother but finds peace in a book entitled The Shadow of the Wind. He sets out to track down the author's other works and makes a surprising discovery.
Live Twice, Love Once - A retired academic teacher is diagnosed with Alzheimer's and decides to find the love of his youth.
Pan's Labyrinth - This critically acclaimed film is set in Falangist Spain, but takes viewers to an incredible fantasy world.
Volver - Penélope Cruz stars as Raimunda, coming to grips with the return of her deceased mother who's back to finish what she couldn't in her lifetime.
Now it’s time to set the scene and envelop yourself in Spanish culture so you feel like you've arrived on vacation. Start by loading up this playlist of Spanish folklore music and then you’ll have the soundtrack for your dinner prep. Tonight, you’ll learn how to prepare tapas yourself with YouTuber Spain on a Fork. (Don’t forget to pick up some Spanish wine to go with your meal!)
After sleeping in––you’re on vacation, remember?––saddle up for a typical Spanish desayuno.
Sip a café con leche a freshly squeezed orange juice while you whip up a pan con tomate. Soon your kitchen will smell like you’re in Spain! After breakfast, put on your flip-flops and enjoy a bit of culture without the line ups. Treat yourself to an unobstructed view of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and enjoy incredible views of Andalusia in an episode of Rick Steves’ Europe.
When you think of Spain, you probably think of siesta culture and it’s a tradition you should certainly embrace on your virtual vacation. But before you do, cool down from the Spanish heat with a little gazpacho.This cold soup is delicious and won’t sit heavy in your stomach. Then after your siesta, head to your local supermarket to get what you need for tonight’s dinner.
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No doubt you’re itching to visit the real Mexico after your virtual weekend away. We’re just as impatient as you are to start traveling again. For the latest on how COVID-19 is impacting travel to Mexico, we recommend visiting the Canadian Embassy website in Spain.
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