With the holiday season fast approaching, most people are probably thinking of a vacation in Spain – and for all the right reasons! With nearly 5000 km of coastline that features some of the most beautiful, glamorous and famous beaches in the world, sunshine, rich culture and history, delicious cuisine, literary, musical and artistic traditions, colorful fiestas and great shopping and night-life, adventure, sports and activities for kids, museums and monuments, walking tours, horse-riding tours and cycling-tours – you name it, it's available somewhere in Spain.
Analyze: Get your basics right! You need a firm handle on how many people will be traveling – are you going alone or as a couple, with your kids, family members and friends? Once you have formed the group, analyze the needs, preferences and holiday requirements of each individual. This helps you to organize people in terms of shared accommodation in a villa or resort. The next thing on the agenda is to finalize a budget and work out the cost-sharing. The budget should include accommodation, food and travel costs, costs of activities and entertainment, extras required during the vacation and an emergency fund. Based on your budget you can pick the kind of accommodation that fits.
Types of accommodation: Spain offers accommodation to suit almost every type of visitor/budget/preference. Ranging from fishermen's shacks on the beach to opulent villas and farm-houses, mountain cottages to town-houses, condos to country mansions, stately homes and castles to ancient fortresses and convents, Spain is the traveler's paradise. With today's flood of information, easy access by the Net and on-line booking facilities, it's easy to get confused. Think location, location, location! Once you've finalized your itinerary, decided what everyone in the group wants to do during the holiday, then you need to find accommodation located nearest to these things. You also need to shop around for the best deals. Apart-hotels are a great new option that combines convenience and privacy while the traditional Spanish hostal or guest-house/pensione are great for the budget traveler. Villas can range from budget to luxury and are the best option for groups and families as they offer privacy, flexibility and great cost-sharing.
Unusual picks: Rural country-houses (haciendas) for agro-tourism, paradors (converted historical dwellings), family home-stays etc are some other options that you could consider if you're looking for a unique experience.
Finding the right accommodation is one of the most important aspects while planning your Spanish vacation. Being such a tourist-friendly country, there are plenty of options available but you need to do your research before you make a final choice.
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