Spain, the cradle of sun and siesta, offers its best with the Balearic Islands. A few hours off the coast of Valencia, the Balearic Islands are famous for their scenic coastlines and lush forests peppering the mountains.
The city that inspired Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso, and of course Antoni Gaudí, Barcelona is a place of limitless possibilities. Explore her streets, revel in her world-class dining scene, stay in a luxury villa and you can even spend a day (or two) at the beach.
Spain’s Costa Brava offers natural wonders and an immersion in the surreal. From the charming stone villages with many luxury villas you’ll find dotting the countryside, to Girona’s formidable cathedral, sun-seekers and culture cravers alike will find exactly the experience they are looking for.
Literally translating to “Sun Coast,” Costa del Sol has earned its name with over 300 sunny days a year. Costa del Sol spans the southern coastal region of Spain, specifically the Province of Malaga, and is made up of equal parts charming hidden villages and luxe towns and ports. This may be a sun-worshippers paradise, but there is much more to the region than near-perfect weather year-round.
Donostia, as it is called in Basque, is known for its polished sophistication and world-class cuisine. The city is dotted with playas, most idyllic is La Concha, set in the picturesque La Concha Bay, which must be visited in the early morning to avoid any crowds.