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Everything you need to know when traveling to Spain – Part 2

Everything you need to know when traveling to Spain – Part 2

Everything you need to know when traveling to Spain is back with more tips and fun facts for you to consider before booking your trip.

Last time we discussed a few logistic details. Now I guess we should cover a few more practical questions, such as:

When is the best time to visit Spain? Like we said last time, Spain is a hot country, the climate becoming almost uncomfortably warm during the burning months of summer. If you ask me, spring and autumn are the best times of year to visit Spain. May and September are particularly appealing and this would be a perk also because the prices are a bit lower and the streets a bit less crowded. And certainly, the weather is delicious, just warm enough to stay within the confines of climatic comfort.

Where in Spain should I travel?

This is an amazing question with all the options you have available. It really all depends on what you want to do, but if you want to go to the seaside, you really should choose either the Costa Blanca or the Costa Brava area. In the Costa Blanca, you are probably bound to arrive at the airport of Alicante, so with an Alicante airport transfer or an Alicante car rental you can really choose to travel wherever you want to.

Aside from Alicante, Benidorm, Deinsa and Torrevieja are some of the best cities to spend an amazing seaside holiday with all the fun in the sun and the water that you can handle. You can and should consider planning a family trip, a tour with your friends or even a team building here, depending on context.

What can you do in Spain?

Well, aside from lying in the sun and sightseeing, you can practice a lot of outdoors sports. A lot of them entail water; watersports are big in Spain: surfing, scuba diving and snorkeling, kitesurfing, etc. But there is also a true industry revolving around Spain golf transfers.



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