Spain – home of the Siesta And you’re going to need one

Spain has long been a popular destination with Europeans and we can see why.  It’s climate, the people, the food, the architecture is just fantastic.  It’s home of the Siesta, and boy by the time you’ve been to Spain, you’ll need one!

Brits love to take a long weekend in Spain, as it’s so accessible. So whether clients are taking a dedicated trip to tour the country or adding it on as a bigger European trip, Stuba has over 7,000 hotels in all the major Spanish hotspots.

We look at some of the most popular places:

Costa Brava

Running from North of Barcelona to the French border, Costa Brava has it all.  It’s called the Wild Coast for a reason with hidden coves,  mountain backdrops, gorgeous beaches, diving, seaside towns and full of natural beauty. 

Costa Blanca

One of Spain’s most popular holiday destinations, Costa Blanca or White Coast has everything; from popular tourist destinations such as Benidorm, to the wonderful old town of Alicante, to smaller, historic towns such as Javea, Altea and Calpe.  The climate here remains fairly mild year round which makes it popular.

Costa del Sol

The sunshine coast is in Southern Spain and home to some of Spain’s most popular resorts as well as the city of Malaga, host to some fabulously Spanish festivals throughout the year .  There are towns known for being a millionaires playground such as, Marbella and Puerto Banus. It’s also the gateway to Andalucia, where you will find white-washed hill towns and rich in history and culture.


This city combines the best of Spain…sunshine, relaxed atmosphere, amazing food, history, awesome sightseeing, incredible architecture and beaches. There’s so much to see and do here, but some must do’s include shopping in Passeig de Gracia, grab some tapas in a side street restaurant, visit the Museu Picasso or head to the Barcelona FC Camp Nou Football Stadium.  There’s something for everyone in this brilliant city.


Stuba hotels in Spain


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