Where to Stay in Spain
In general, Spain takes its tourist industry seriously and there is a huge range of accomodation on offer
- most of it at very reasonable prices. In low season, you will find that you don't even need to book ahead for
a pitch in a campsite or a hotel room, but booking ahead is certainly advisable in high season (Summer, Christmas and Easter)
A pretty comprehensive list of campsites in Spain.
This site is
badly translated into English, but features a reasonable range of campsites in most parts of Spain.
Holiday villas & apartments
Spanish Holidays Direct
Villa rentals in all areas of Spain, including the Costa Blanca, Costa del Sol,
Costa del Azahar and rural Spain.
Platinum Villa Rentals
Villa rentals in the Costa Blanca, Costa Calida and Mallorca areas.
Costa Blanca Holiday Rentals & Sales
Holiday accommodation on the Costa Blanca.
For a real luxury holiday, have a look at Spain's state-owned Parador hotels. They are expensive, but if you like the
idea of staying in historical buildings then they are worth it!
Books (in association with Amazon.co.uk)
Depending on where exactly you intend to visit in Spain, we would recommend the following guide books (for more details, and for phrase books,
see the main holidays in Spain page.)
Footprint Andalucia Handbook: The Travel Guide
Footprint Valencia Pocket book
The Rough Guide to Spain
Finally, for those planning a camping holiday, this book is indespensable and really needs no other introduction:
AA Caravan & Camping Europe 2003