Torremolinos, Costa del Sol, Spain
Direct access to the beach
A HUGE lagoon-style swimming pool to splash about in
A great local area with a wide range of restaurants
If you've been dreaming of paella nights, flamenco vibes and beach siestas that don't break the bank, we've got your back. And your front and your sides. Spain holidays are calling, and they've got your name written all over 'em. And so have the churros - just sayin' 👀 Stupidly low deposits (£30pp low), tip-top hotels and year-round beach vibes. That's how we roll 🌴
Hang tight - we've scoured every fiesta-filled corner of our hotel catalogue to bring you the crème de la crème of budget breaks. From the classic Costas with their beachy goodness to Barcelona's busy boulevards, we've got a ton of deals on cheap Spain holidays, and they're spicier than a plate of patatas bravas. ¡Ole! to that!
All-inclusive holidays to Spain don't need to cost a pretty euro. Imagine endless tapas feasts, sangrias on repeat and siestas by the pool - all wrapped up in one wallet-friendly package. Say adiós to constantly counting coins (yawn) and hola to a hassle-free holiday. Because let's be real, the only thing you should be counting on a Spain holiday is the 5, 6, 7, 8 intro before your Steps debut on the karaoke. And yes, we would like a video.
Holidays for the whole famalam can be a spenny affair, but Spain's an absolute no-brainer with its sun-drenched beaches, kid-approved (and Dad-approved) buffets and budget-friendly hotels. No need to choose between fun for the kiddos or a quiet break for you - this little gem's got it all. Dive into all-day activities, non-stop ice cream and flamenco beats that'll have everyone on their feet - even the grumpy teens. Don't tell them we said that though.
Duos on a budget, don't sweat it - we've got you. Spain's got the digs for your couples' getaway, and it won't feel like a penny pinch at all. Think gorg views for those #couplegoals sunset pics and a buffet restaurant where you can split a heaping plate of paella (or chips and pasta - no judging here) without splitting the bill. Relationship status? Sunbathing and slurping sangria, what about you? 😎🍷
Spoiler: yes. Although, not much of a spoiler because that's exactly what this entire page was about. But...in case you skipped to the end (no judging), yes, Spain is actually one of the cheapest places in Europe to visit. Food and drink come pretty cheap around here, and if you go for somewhere quieter rather than a city of tourist hotspot, you'll save even more dosh.
Like most places, the cheapest time to visit Spain is during its 'off season' - which basically means, not in the peak of summer when all the kiddos are out of school. You're looking at December to March for your best chance to bag a bargain. It's a smidge chillier, but you'll still get your waves of sunbathing weather if you time it right - minus the sweaty selfies.