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Spoilt For Choice In Spain

From sangria running as freely as water from a tap and long stretches of soft golden sands to soaring temperatures and bright blue skies, cheap Spain holidays have something to offer everyone, no matter which region you choose to visit.

Mainland Spain boasts an array of fantastic tourist resorts, from top to bottom, visit Costa Brava where the purpose built resort of Lloret De Mar sits proudly above the rest. Boasting a man-made bay to laze along all day and offering an array of restaurants along the pretty promenade, Lloret De Mar draws guests back year after year to this stunning region.

Just beneath the Costa Brava lies the charming Costa Dorada. Home to the ever popular resort of Salou, this family favourite boasts a fantastic theme park, Port Aventura, which not only offers rides, but shows, restaurants and shops too and has the added benefit of the surrounding soaring temperatures and swimming pools.

Costa Blanca playing home to the infamous Benidorm where you can party the night away, sample some good old English food and be entertained in the numerous venues offering everything from a good old game of bingo to an evening of cabaret.

Heading south on the map, next is the relatively undeveloped resort of Costa Almeria. Ideal for those looking for a secluded, peaceful getaway, the Costa Almeria boasts around 200 miles of pristine, untouched beaches which pride themselves on their dramatic surroundings and stunning volcanic scenery. The Costa Almeria offers something special and a little bit different for an authentic slice of Spain.

And finally, the award for the most southern, most beautiful resort on mainland Spain goes to the Costa Del Sol. Offering copious resorts, each with a different vibe; choose from the beautiful Nerja where you'll be wowed by this white-washed wonderful resort or head to the family-friendly Fuengirola where fun in the sun is only a stones throw away. Visit Marbella where you could find yourself rubbing shoulders with celebrities or head to the charming Torremolinos. A good all-rounder, Torremolinos is a bustling haven for those who enjoy a good shop, some fine dining and bucket and spade fun. Step back in time and visit the old town to sample some traditional Spanish ways or enjoy the modern and contemporary feel offered in the resort centre.

One thing's for sure, no matter where you go in Spain, you're guaranteed to find yourself a bargain deal. Travelling outside of peak season will not only be slightly quieter but much cheaper. Begin your search around 2 weeks before your intended travel date, then book cheap Spain holidays at the very last minute to ensure you get the best deal possible.