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Guide to holiday villas in spain

the landscape and swimming pool in a resort
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Where to go
You can rent avilla almost everywhere in Spain. These are owned by Spanish people, who let them to you.

If you like the nightlife, go to the Costra del Sol. This is one of the main party places of Spain, with lots of clubs, pubs and parties. This is the ideal place to go if you are celebrating a birthday or hen night with a group of friends. Renting a villa there will mean that you can party there as well, and don’t need to mingle with other guests in the morning.If you want to go to the biggest parties, check out Ibiza. If you like culture, you might want to rent a villa outside of Barcelona, Madrid or Malaga. You can then travel into the city with ease, visit the sights and the museums, while still being able to enjoy a quiet holiday at the same time.
The holiday villa offers your family a perfect base in Spain. It also saves you money because you can cook yourself, so you don’t need to spend a lot of money on dining out.
What is on offer
When you go to Spain on vacation, there are lots of places to choose from. Your accommodation issues are solved, especially when it comes to the villa rental market.

Luxury villas versus small holiday villas

You can opt for luxury rentals and get your own villa with pool and other facilities. If a luxury villa is not in your budget, you can go for a smaller villa, or one that you share with other guests.

Price comparisons

To compare prices between the different villas, go to Spainholiday.com, or Holiday-rentals.co.uk.

Author’s final suggestion

Another way to get a good deal is to book a package holiday including the villa and flights from a travel agent. Thomas Cook, for example, often has some really good offers for holidays in Spain, and if you book at the last minute, you can get them for even cheaper rates.

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