Large finca for 20 people with infinity pool in Majorca’s interior.1/15XXL Balearic Islands
Balearic Islands | You can take your friends along to these holiday homes. A minimum of four bedrooms promise enough space for all fellow travellers and the property’s own pool completes the range of holiday delights.
Per week from USD 887show 2,304 offers
Extensively-equipped cave apartment for up to six people in Andalusia.2/15That’s a holiday home?
Spain | Whether it’s castles, caves, stately mansion houses or former windmills – if you’re searching for extraordinary holiday homes, you’ll find them here.
Per week from USD 373show 37 offers
Apartment in the historic quarter for up to six people3/15Experience Spain’s capital city
Madrid | Discover Spain’s midpoint around the Puerta del Sol and the Palacio Real with a city apartment in the heart of the royal capital.
Per week from USD 866show 6 offers
Stylishly furnished apartment for four people in Barcelona.4/15Beauty comes from inside
Spain | It doesn’t always have to be the usual interior furnishings. Let yourself be surprised by the extraordinary. Here you will find holiday homes with a certain something.
Per week from USD 1,088show 15 offers
"Beautiful house" an atraveo customer wrote about this holiday house for 4 people in Catalonia.5/15Affordable quality
Spain | Great holiday for little money? No problem. Here we offer you a selection of holiday apartments and houses that are both cheap and have been rated very positively by other travellers.
Per week from USD 287show 39 offers
“A lovingly-furnished house in quiet location with a beautiful garden!” wrote one customer about this holiday apartment on Tenerife.6/15The best properties in Spain
A finca on the Balearic Islands or an apartment near the beach on Mediterranean coast? Spain is a top travel destination for the summer. You’ll find the holiday homes with the best ratings here.
Per week from USD 540show 592 offers
View of the little village of Espinaredo, where you will find a cosy holiday home for up to six people.7/15Green mountains
Picos de Europa | The Picos de Europa mountains rise up in the north of Spain. 200 peaks soar to a height of over 2,000 metres here. Idyllic villages wait to be discovered in the valleys that lie between them.
Per week from USD 332show 41 offers
Apartment for six people in the heart of Barcelona.8/15More than just a city trip
Barcelona | Sagrada Familia, Museu Picasso and not forgetting the blue shimmering Mediterranean. Nowhere else are culture and the beach close next to each other than in the Catalan capital.
Per week from USD 704show 69 offers
Vacation in a holiday home on Menorca
Travellers looking for the perfect beach holiday need look no further; simply take a vacation in a holiday home on Menorca, the second largest of the Balearic Islands off the coast of Spain. Holiday rentals overlooking the turquoise waters are dotted around the island. Many of the holiday houses on Menorca are located within walking distance from idyllic, unspoilt beaches where visitors can spend time outdoors horse-riding, cycling or simply walking on the beach.
When to book holiday homes in Menorca
The best time to book holiday apartments is in early spring if you want to visit Menorca in its best season; this is when the almond blossom is in full bloom. Visitors looking for a favorable climate can rent holiday homes in Menorca anytime between May and October, but July and August are the hottest months. As this is peak season, booking of holiday homes and holiday rentals in advance is recommended, and discount rates on holiday apartments are available when visiting just before or after this prime tourist season.
Places to see in Menorca
There is plenty of natural beauty to see on Menorca. Begin at Ciutadella, the buzzing tourist town dotted with holiday houses. This former 17th century capital has been restored yet retains its interesting history. Get to Monte Toro near Es Mercadal, the highest point on Menorca, for breathtaking views of the island. To see Spanish military architecture from the 19th century head to the La Mola Fortress. For a rendezvous with the wild, visit the biosphere reserve of S'Albufera d'es Grau in the island's capital - Maó. Next, visit the fishing village Binibeca Vell known for its narrow streets and whitewashed houses.