Spain holidays 2020 & 2021
Travel in times of uncertainty — our flexibility promise
If you’re looking to go to Spain in 2020, book before the end of September and we’ll give you the flexibility to cancel your trip and receive a full refund up to 7 days before you travel. Whenever you choose to travel, you can book with confidence with our flexibility promise.
We can also plan a Spain holiday that will help you dive deep into the country’s distinct regional cultures. Explore Moorish influences in Andalusia, touring the grandiose confines of the Alhambra. Or, you can discover the breadth of cuisine in the Basque Country, where you can enjoy pintxos (tapas on a skewer) and the gourmet offerings of San Sebastián. And, in Catalonia, you have the art and architecture of Barcelona, where the legacy of avant-garde minds like Gaudí, Picasso and Miró lives on.
Suggested tours for Spain
These tours give you a starting point for what your trip to Spain could entail. They cover routes we've found work particularly well and feature some of our favourite places to stay. Treat them as inspiration, as each trip is created uniquely for you.
Why travel with Audley?
- 100% tailor-made tours
- Fully protected travel
- Established for over 20 years
- 98% of our clients would recommend us
Best time to visit
Our specialists advise on the best months to visit Spain, including information about climate, events and festivals.
Practical tips for travelling to Spain, from social protocols to guidance on money matters, with a link to the latest government travel advice.
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Spain by region
If you’re planning to focus your time in Spain around a particular area, you can jump into the region you're most interested in to find detailed itinerary ideas together with accommodation choices and a taster of the experiences we can offer.
Spain in pictures
Our expert guides to travelling in Spain
Written by our specialists from the viewpoint of their own travels, these guides will help you decide on the shape of your own trip to Spain. Aiming to inspire and inform, we share our recommendations for how to appreciate Spain at its best.
For seven centuries, Moors ruled southern Spain’s Andalusia region. Spain expert Tom explores their legacy, which includes Islamic palaces, forbidding fortresses and a complex confluence of styles in one of Europe’s few synagogues to survive the Inquisition.
Spain specialist and former Madrid resident Allan shares his nominations for the country’s most interesting cathedrals, monasteries and basilicas. His candidates include Montserrat’s mountain monastery, Córdoba’s multicultural Mezquita, and the Gothic glories of the cathedral in Barcelona.
Food is central to Spanish life, both for locals and visitors. From saffron-scented paella and nutty jamón ibérico to convivial tapas and cold, creamy salmorejo, our specialists offer a sampling of the best dishes they’ve eaten in country.
Gritty and gracious, Madrid boasts a lively street life, a trio of world-class museums and the largest palace in Western Europe. It’s also a good base for exploring some of Spain’s small medieval cities like Toledo, Ávila and Segovia.
A private tour of the Alhambra, sipping wine in the sunny Douro River Valley, and watching a flamenco performance in Seville. Spain and Portugal specialist Talia picks some of her top experiences when visiting the Iberian Peninsula.
Both Spain and Portugal are speckled with wine regions, from Spain’s northern Rioja region and Catalonia’s cava to the Douro Valley, which supplies Porto with its world-renowned port wines. Our specialists share their wine-tasting experiences, which can be planned into your tailor-made trip.
From the breathless heights of the French Alps to mirror-like lochs in Scotland’s Cairngorms to the turquoise waters of Italy, our specialists suggest the best destinations for you to enjoy the outdoors on your trip to Europe.
Walk in Da Vinci’s footsteps, marvel at Michelangelo’s genius and see Shakespeare’s plays as he intended. Our Europe specialists suggest ways to explore the Renaissance across the continent, including both must-see destinations and lesser-known sights that you might otherwise overlook.
From England to Italy, most European countries still retain strong regional identities, which they often express through food. Our specialists discuss the local signature dishes — regional and national — that they love around the continent.