Group Holiday Rentals in Spain
A group holiday in Spain is an exciting and fun way to explore one of the most popular European destinations. Whether you are looking to relax, for adventurous activities or simply want to party, Spain has something to offer for everyone in your group.
Exciting cities, Beaches & Night-life
Head to Barcelona, one of the largest cities in Spain and leading cultural centres in the world. Visit the famous Sagrada Familia, Park Güell and stroll around the Gothic Quarter. The city is famous for its architecture with influences from Antoni Gaudi down almost every street. If there are members in your group who would prefer to enjoy the Spanish sun, the city hosts seven beaches to choose from. If you are looking for a city group break, other popular spots in Spain include the capital city, Madrid or Seville.
If everyone in your group is keen to experience the night-life in Spain, there are plenty of locations worth visiting and the island of Ibiza is probably the most obvious choice. With the nightclubs regarded as some of the best in the world, famous DJ's are a common feature here, as well as plenty of bars and events hosting live music. The island also offers plenty of beaches, rustic old towns and water-sports. Snorkelling and scuba diving are also popular activities to enjoy the islands marine life. Spain is a very social country and almost every city offers some sort of night-life, from traditional Spanish bars to large, multi-floor clubs.
Large Spanish Holiday Homes in the Mountains
If you are looking for a more adventurous group holiday in Spain, the diverse landscape means there are countless opportunities for hiking, walking, skiing, biking and water sports. Head to the Pyrenees Mountain Range and enjoy the 30,000km of hiking trails on offer through the lush green landscape. If you visit during the winter moths, rent a large holiday apartment in La Molina and enjoy skiing or snowboarding with your mates. If you are really keen walkers and interested in history, you may want to walk parts or all of the Camino de Santiago (St James's Way). This is a pilgrimage route and according to tradition, leads to the shrine of the apostle St. James in Galicia. You could even split this route up and book holiday rentals along the way, giving you all a chance to put up your feet.
A group holiday in a Spanish holiday home or apartment is a fun way to spend your break. Fill up on paella, sangria and local wine to complete your Spanish getaway.