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Vacation rentals in Spain

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'La Bolina is a unique experience
Entire residential home · 2 guests · 0 beds · 1 bath

'La Bolina is a unique experienceBuilt, decorated & furnished by a sculptor & his painter wife with great attention given to detail. An infinity pool looks across the valley to the white village of Frigiliana resting at the base of the Almijara mountains & nature reserve.

Entire rental unit · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

PENTHOUSE WITH TERRACE AND VIEWSRelax and disconnect in this accommodation, quiet area, 15 minutes walk from downtown. Easy parking, on the same street even. Two supermarkets next door

Small house for two people.
Newly renovated.
Entire townhouse · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Small house for two people. Newly renovated.Newly renovated detached house. Keep it simple at this peaceful and centrally-located place. Ideal for two people. In 4 minutes you are in the center of sherry and one minute from the exit to Puerto de Santa Maria in 10 minutes by car you are on the beach. WITH SAFE DEPOSIT BOX TO BE ABLE TO CHECK IN AT ANY TIME.

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Popular amenities for Spain vacation rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Other great vacation rentals in Spain

  1. Entire villa
  2. Turís
Stunning Chalet Villa - Valencia & Beach 35m
R1,661 ZAR per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Madrid
VINTAGE apartment 4
R684 ZAR per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Ronda
Studio on Ronda Main Street - Wifi
R597 ZAR per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Ribadeo
Beautiful penthouse with fireplace and terrace overlooking the sea
R1,674 ZAR per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. La Cala del Moral
Watch Waves Roll in from the Lavender-Fringed Balcony
R4,102 ZAR per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Borines
Casa Prado el Cardin, happy home on the mountain
R2,073 ZAR per night
  1. Private room
  2. Valencia
Beautiful apartment with sea views
R857 ZAR per night
  1. Entire serviced apartment
  2. Zuheros
Glamping / Bungalow / Refugio en jardin-piscina
R1,649 ZAR per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Somo
Separate apartment in garden house
R2,623 ZAR per night
  1. Entire loft
  2. Gismana
APARTAMENTO al pie de Playa y Montaña"
R1,054 ZAR per night
  1. Entire chalet
  2. Ziortza-Bolibar
Farmhouse - Relax and connect with nature
R3,010 ZAR per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Labyrinth of the sea🌊
R1,137 ZAR per night

Your guide to Spain

Welcome to Spain

There’s a passionate spirit that runs throughout Spain, a love of life that can be seen in its food, arts, architecture, and every bit of its culture. Sitting on the Iberian Peninsula to the east of Portugal, the south of France, and just north of Morocco, the country is as known for its waterfront hotspots — islands such as Mallorca, Tenerife, and Ibiza, and coastal cities such as Barcelona and Málaga — as well as its inland hub, the capital of Madrid in the center of the nation. Anywhere you go in the country, that contagious sense of vibrancy lures visitors to Spain’s enchanting landscapes, history, and, of course, fiestas.

How do I get around Spain?

The biggest airports in Spain are Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas (MAD) in Madrid, Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat (BCN) in Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca (PMI) in the Balearic Islands, Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport (AGP) in Málaga, and Alicante-Elche (ALC) in Elche in the southeast. Madrid and Barcelona have robust public transportation systems, with metro rail systems, buses, cabs, and rideshares, and are best navigated without a car if you’re staying in the city centers. On the island of Mallorca, however, a car is the best option, as is the case with the Costa del Sol, especially if you plan on hopping among the villages and towns along the Mediterranean. Elche has cabs, rental cars, and buses in the area. The major cities on the mainland are connected by rail within the country, as well as with other European nations.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Spain?

Both spring and fall are generally great times to visit the country, when the weather is temperate and the crowds are manageable. Summers can get toasty and uncomfortable, and some shops and restaurants also close for the month of August. The winters are a definite off-season with some areas cutting back on hours. Of course, in the major urban hubs of Madrid and Barcelona, those closures won’t be felt as much. Spain is known for its many festivals, with Holy Week in the spring as a major event throughout much of the country. On the opposite end, there’s Carnival in February and March, the San Juan Bonfires in June, and the Tomatina Festival, where tomatoes are hurled in the streets, in Bunol in August.

What are the top things to do in Spain?


While the capital of Madrid is a thriving cultural hub, Barcelona has a lovable offbeat vibe that can only be understood by experiencing it firsthand. Much of it comes from the whimsical artwork of Barcelona’s best-known architect in buildings like Casa Milà and the eternal work-in-progress La Sagrada Familia as well as the colorful mosaics at Park Güell. Add to that the charming old streets of Barri Gòtic, the vibrant main street of Las Ramblas, the lively beachfront, numerous museums, and Catalonian markets and squares galore, and it’s the kind of place to carve out your own kind of urban adventure.


València lays on Spain’s eastern coast at the mouth of the Turia River. Best known for its wildly eclectic Fallas festival in March, as well as its most famous dish, paella (which was invented here), and the long stretches of white sand beaches, it also boasts a delightful Old Town and ultramodern City of Arts and Sciences complex.


The southernmost region of the country is also perhaps its most colorful. The whitewashed architecture adorned with bright colors pops along the Mediterranean coast in the stretch of beach towns and villages known as the Costa del Sol. Inland, Seville is magnetic with the scent of jasmine through its squares, while Granada is packed with Renaissance architecture, Moorish influences, and Al-Andalus heritage.