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Amazing Family-Friendly Destinations in Spain

>> Aug 3, 2018

Every family deserves a holiday, and where better than sunny Spain to spend a couple of weeks every year. With unbroken sunshine, sandy beaches, and crystal clear waters, it just couldn’t get any better, could it?

Things become a little trickier when you start travelling with the whole family, especially when you have little ones to take care of. To give you plenty of food for thought, we’re going to take a look at the most family-friendly places this little corner of the world has to offer.

The Camino de Santiago

This is a great option for those of you looking for something a little different to the usual resort style holidays that you’ll have been on before. The Camino offers over 800 km of trails to choose from, and with plenty of flat sections and coastal breezes it can be ideal for a gentle walk with young children.

The secret is to remember that you won’t be able to trek 20 miles a day, so don’t even try! Build your holiday around seeing a couple of different towns and villages and the walking in between will take care of itself. Don’t think you’ll have to camp out either. There are plenty of different hotels and guesthouses that you can stay at along the way. Perfect for letting everyone put those tired feet up in the evenings. You can also book in for guided tours, which will leave you with little to no worry about the accommodation, and will also provide plenty of local knowledge.

Lloret de Mar

Situated on the coast of Catalonia, this is one tourist resort that can’t be missed. It may not be at the top of your list if you want an authentic taste of rural Spain, but if you want plenty of childcare options and some time to yourself to relax by the pool, then it could be worth a closer look.

All-inclusive hotels are the norm in this part of Spain and they certainly make the budgeting side of things easy. Everything is within a 10-15 minute walk of the beaches that locals and tourists flock to in the summer months. Perfect if you want to be able to rest and relax without always having to pull the kids into line!

Tossa de Mar

For those of you looking to base yourself in one place and surround yourself with plenty of culture at the same time, there is Tossa de Mar. It may not have the same level of name recognition as Lloret, but when you get there and experience the calming authenticity of the place, you’ll be glad that’s the way things are.

If you want to be able to rest and relax and enjoy some beautiful cuisine, then this could be the place for you. The beach is sandy, the sea is blue, and there are also regular boat trips right along the coast. This makes it a great choice if you want to base yourself somewhere calm and still have the option of heading into the hustle and bustle of some of the busier nearby towns.

Costa Teguise

The final entry on our list is perfect for those of you looking to leave the mainland behind. Situated on the east coast of Lanzarote, it has been a firm favourite with families for years now. The resorts are well presented and offer plenty of children’s entertainment and daycare. Ideal if you want to make sure you have the odd afternoon to yourself where you can rest and relax.

Plan ahead and you’ll be able to find a hotel that offers plenty of options for both yourselves and the little people! Ideal for getting away and recharging your batteries whenever the mood takes you!

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