Visit the dynamic Spanish city of Alicante, a popular destination on our Spanish coach tours. With a castle, old quarter and waterfront, Alicante provides a great mix of old and new to explore.
A picture-perfect historic Spanish city, Avila is known for its ancient medieval walls that surround the city. Step back in time and visit this historic location for a day of awe and wonder with Coaches in Spain.
Famous for the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona is an iconic city in Spain and a popular tourist destination. It is also a perfect city to use a base point, to explore the many charming towns, cities and beaches nearby.
A well-known seaside destination in the province of Alicante, Benidorm has been a classic Spanish destination for tourists since the mid-1920s, when the first hotels were built.
A recognised port destination located on the seafront, Bilbao is a place to be by the ocean, see the mountains and experience Spanish character and history, artwork and natural wonder.
The historical capital of the Kingdom of Castile, Burgos is a city in northern Spain situated on the Arlanzon river tributaries and characterised by Gothic and Renaissance architecture.
The medieval walled city of Caceres, consisting of narrow cobbled streets, ancient palaces and churches is a UNESCO World Heritage Site home to beautiful architecture and a range of exciting festivals.
Considered by many historians to be the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Europe, Cadiz’s ancient city centre stands on a peninsula reaching out into the open ocean of the Atlantic.
Located in the north of the Valencia Region in eastern Spain, Castellon is famous for its extensive coastline and volcanic origin. To the east, the Mediterranean Sea is lined with broad sandy beaches and beautiful scenery.
In the southern region of Andalusia, Cordoba, once a Roman settlement has today become one of Spain’s hidden gems; a capital of gastronomy, historical treasures and culture.
The ‘Coast of the Sun’, so-called for its year-round sun and temperate climate, is well-known for its golden beaches, transparent waters and picturesque scenery. A popular destination for holidaymakers around the world.
Colourful, painted houses, Gothic churches, medieval walls and a picturesque river, Girona is a beautiful Catalonian city to explore. With a flourishing community, lively nightlife and culinary scene, Girona is a unique city.
On the northern Spanish coast, Gijon is characterised by its rolling green scenery, a natural coastline of beaches and coves and cliff top walks. The city is home to museums and archaeological sites.
At the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Granada is located in southern Spain’s Andalusia region. Where eastern influence meets Spanish history, Granada is full of spectacular buildings, shops and restaurants.
Offering pristine beaches, quality restaurants and unspoilt scenery, Huelva is a lesser-known Spanish city. Enjoy good wines, mountain views, sporting endeavours and more in this diverse area.
An Andalusian jewel, Jaen is situated amongst row upon row of olive groves, thriving in the rich Spanish climate. The town is full of historic charm, traditional Spanish cuisine and delightful neighbourhoods.
Perhaps most famous for its wine, La Rioja is surrounded by extensive vineyards. The diverse region in Spain’s north is home to museums, churches, monasteries, restaurants and more.
The capital of the province of Leon in northwest Spain, Leon has historical architecture, a range of attractions, narrow streets and picturesque plazas. Enjoy the grand monuments, taste the local cuisine and get lost in the traditional squares.
A vibrant and cosmopolitan city, Madrid has something for everyone. Whether it is shopping, arts, culture or great food, be sure to visit this amazing capital city of Spain. Perfect for a short break or extended holiday.
Relax and enjoy the laidback Mediterranean lifestyle in the popular seaside city of Malaga. Promising golden sands, a choice of attractions and activities to enjoy and a bustling nightlife, Malaga is a highlight of the Costa del Sol.
With yachts in the marina and the ‘Golden Mile’ of clubs, restaurants and hotels, Marbella is an attractive city on the Costa del Sol for sun-seekers, shoppers and those looking to experience adventure.
Market-lovers will love the laid-back city of Murcia, well-known for its Huerta, a zone of market gardens that sell fresh regional produce. Twinned with Miami, Murcia is in many ways similar to the city of Valencia.
A lively golden city built predominantly of sandstone, Salamanca is a unique city of Renaissance style, wonder and romance. Its central location makes it the perfect base to explore many fascinating Spanish towns and cities.
With a beautiful waterfront, home to rows of speedboats and yachts, Santander is a popular port city with urban beaches, cultural attraction and shopping streets, surrounded by mountains and countryside.
The final stop on the pilgrimage trail Camino de Santiago, Santiago de Compostela receives over 300,000 pilgrims and thousands of travellers each year. The city has strong character, fine seafood and local wine.
Segovia is one of Spain’s most picture-perfect cities. With impressive architecture including a fairytale castle and the impressive Roman aqueduct, Segovia has to be seen to be believed.
Fall in love with the characteristic city of Seville, home to splendid palaces, baroque churches, medieval lanes and Spanish history. Spend a sun-kissed siesta drinking wine in a plaza and tasting tapas.
Walk the ancient streets of this Catalonian port city, where beautiful beaches meet Roman history, monuments are juxtaposed with a diverse culinary scene and cultural delights are to be found around each corner.
Head to the mountains; the Spanish Pyrenees reach over 3,000 metres high, showcasing beautiful scenery, mirrored lakes, flowing rivers and breathtaking gorges. In the region, small towns and villages decorate the scenery.
The ‘city of three cultures’, the historic city of Toledo is a UNESCO world heritage site where you can enjoy mountaintop views looking out across the Spanish countryside. A place where old meets new, Toledo is home to stunning architecture.
Spain’s third-largest city, Valencia has a thriving cultural scene. Full of beautiful buildings, museums, a long stretch of beach and a characterful old quarter. Enjoy the turquoise waters, terracotta roofs and Central Market.
Famous for the multi-domed Basilica del Pilar, Zaragoza is the regional capital of Aragon, characterised by fine architecture, a rich tapas and bar scene, and Spanish cultural charm.
The European country of Spain offers amazing diversity from city to city. Within its borders, you can experience rich culture, history, exquisite cuisine, golden sands, spectacular scenery and beautiful weather.
One of the best ways to explore the best of Spain is through a bespoke travel package, enabling you to experience multiple locations, see more sights and enjoy the rich diversity Spain has to offer. Coaches in Spain provide escorted coach tours across Spain to destinations of your choice, allowing you to sit back, relax and take in your surroundings.
Whether you are exploring Spain as a couple, in a small group, or with a social club, sports club or large community group, we provide packages for groups of all shapes, sizes and interests, specifically tailored to your requirements.
Tour packages are compiled by our English-speaking tour coordinators, who are able to suggest the best routes, book guides in your own language and pre-purchase attraction tickets. When booking with us, you can have peace of mind that the fine details have been covered.
If you are in need of some inspiration as to where to travel this year, explore what each destination we serve across Spain has to offer.