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Off to sunny Spain? You'll be in good company: it's been the number one destination for Irish travellers for years, and that popularity shows no signs of diminishing. The reasons are simple: wherever you're headed in Spain holidays from Ireland will be warm, fun and great value. There's something for everyone here, whether you're looking for a relaxing stay in one of Spain's wonderful luxury hotels or an all-action party break based at a self catering villa. Cheap holiday packages to Spain are available for couples, for families... for everyone! SunSearch Holidays is ready and waiting to help you book your place in the sun.

Some of the most popular Spanish resorts are on the Canary Islands: Lanzarote, for example, mixes a vast array of accommodation and attractions for all the family with a spectacular volcanic landscape. You could also head for Gran Canaria, the "capital" of the island chain, where you'll find everything from brand new purpose-built resorts to unspoiled, hidden coves boasting pristine white sand. It's also a wonderful place for watersports: whether it's windsurfing or scuba diving, you can do it here. Fuerteventura, meanwhile, has some of the finest beaches in the Mediterranean and a glorious, refreshing climate.

If island life appeals, why not book a cheap all inclusive holiday to Spain in the Balearic Islands? Majorca and Tenerife have been favourites for Spain holidays from Ireland for so long that you'll feel right at home, though the weather won't be quite what you'd find in Dublin! Tenerife has the more spectacular scenery, especially in the mountainous interior, while Majorca mixes history dating back to the Roman Empire with a tremendous live music scene. If you want to party all night, it's hard to look past Ibiza, whose fame as one of Europe's clubbing capitals is entirely deserved!

There's plenty to enjoy on the Spanish mainland, too. Many cheap holidays to Spain are based in the Costas that attract so many Irish tourists. The Costa del Sol lives up to its name by offering year-round sunshine, as well as the vibrant city of Malaga to explore. The northern Mediterranean coast is a fine place, too: the Costa Brava is very popular for its low cost accommodation, traditional fishing villages and superb restaurants. Many cheap all inclusive holidays to Spain are possible here, and the area's Catalan culture gives the place a fresh and different feel to the rest of Spain.

Can Spain possibly squeeze in any more great destinations? Of course! Benidorm needs no introduction, but this fabulous resort on the Costa Blanca is massively popular for good reason. It has an amazing variety of bars and clubs, many offering free cabaret shows you simply won't find anywhere else. Some of Europe's largest hotels can be found here, so you won't have any problems finding late deals and cheap offers. Or maybe you like the thought of Spain's largest amusement park? If so, get to the Costa Dorada, where the resort of Salou is home to the massive PortAventura World.

Wherever you prefer to go for your Spain holiday deals 2017 is the time for you. There's so much choice here that every taste can be catered for with ease, and the truly vast selection of areas available to visit means you'll never get bored, however many times you return. Some things will stay constant – the beautiful weather, the welcoming people, the glorious countryside – but others will be new and exciting each time. Booking with SunSearch Holidays will make sure that your cheap holidays to Spain really do end up being the time of your life!


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