Spanish Hotels

Mijas Hotels - Delightful whitewashed village with peaceful atmosphere.
The Costa Del sol has long been a British favorite due to its all year climate, the area has over 300 days of sunshine per year with a particularly mild winter. The coast has many holiday towns stretching from Malaga to Gibraltar, the village of Mijas is one of the most popular choices for a holiday in this area. This once small Andalusian village has grown into an attractive holiday destination, the village offers a good number of cafes, bars and restaurants for all styles and budgets. A good choice of accommodation from small family run hotels in the village itself to large resort style hotels on the coast or by one of the championship golf courses in the area. Mijas is a good choice for a break any time of year.
Mojacar Hotels - Attractive Village with year round climate.

Located in the south coast of Spain close to the interesting city of Murcia. This area will appeal to those that enjoy a glimpse of real Spain, walk through the narrow streets and stop off in one of the local bars for a cold drink with some tasty tapas. Of course the village has its fair share of tourist shops, cafes and restaurants. But it has managed to hang onto its charm and character. Stay in a property in the village itself or down on the coast along the resorts beach area, ideal for a short break or an extended stay.
Calella Hotels - Long golden sand beach, lively nightlife and close to Barcelona. 

This area has been attracting British holiday makers for many years, the golden beach and great choice of local entertainment is what attracts visitors in there thousands each year. Great choice of accommodation from budget hotels to quality modern first class hotels. The resort is close to the exciting city of Barcelona which makes for a great day out, easy access by public transport. With flights to Girona with Ryanair, this is a top choice for a inexpensive break.

Cambrils Hotels - Cambrils and Salou a great holiday destination.

Beautiful beaches, shopping, cafes, bars and a great selection of restaurants are all the ingredients that have drawn holiday makers to this area for many years. The resort of Cambrils is ideal if your looking for a quieter time with the livelier Salou being on your doorstep. A chance to visit Portaventura with its amazing roller coaster rides and exciting water park. A visit to Barcelona is made easy with good connections by public transport, being just 100 km from the resorts. The area offers some lovely holiday accommodation, apartments, modern hotels and some good quality all inclusive hotels.
Costa Brava - The choice of the Barcelona people.

The Costa Brava was one of the first areas of Spain to be developed for the tourist industry, holiday towns grew rapidly over the years building large modern hotels to house the flood of tourists being attracted by Sun, Sea and Sangria. However there is another side to this beautiful area with many small villages that have managed to control wild development and still offer a delightful holiday experience. These include Tamariu, Palafrugell, Llafranc, Platja D'Aro, S'agaro and the delightful Begur. All along this area you will find quality family run hotels that offer good service, great food and a traditional style that has long gone in many other places around the med. This area is well worth exploring, it may be a little more expensive but well worth the extra.