Holiday Extras

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Why pay hotel prices for your holiday accommodation?

Why not rent a private Spanish villa direct from the owner and enjoy a cheap family holiday in sunny Spain in a top quality holiday home with private pool!

Something for all Tastes

Enjoy the freedom and comfort of a luxury private home. You'll find everything from fabulous villas, apartments and beachfront properties to mountain hideaways rural retreats and city apartments.

Explore Spain and Islands

Holiday in Spain on the Costa del Sol, Costa Blanca, and Costa Brava. Or explore Spain's beautiful Mediterranean islands - Mallorca, Menorca and the Canary Islands of Tenerife, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and La Palma.

Alternatively search for holiday information about the 16 Spanish regions


This is one of the most beautiful, and perhaps least known, regions of Interior Spain. Its beautiful cities, first Roman and Moorish, then medieval and aristocratic, gave birth to many of the conquistadors.

Caceres is the capital of Upper Extremadura. Its Old Quarter, ringed by old Moorish walls and superb watchtowers, has been maintained intact since the Golden Age, occupied solely by magnificent palaces and mansions from the 16th and 17th centuries.

Plasencia has a splendid Plateresque-Gothic cathedral, old medieval walls and beautiful Baroque and Renaissance palaces.

Trujillo, the birthplace of Pizarro, has one of the most beautiful main squares in Spain, a medieval castle and an aristocratic quarter with illustrious mansions.

Badajoz is the capital of Lower Extremadura. It has preserved many different architectural treasures from Moorish times, among them the Alcazaba, or citadel, and the city walls and watchtowers.

Merida was one of the most important cities in Roman Spain, or Hispania. Its patrimony includes one of the world's largest classical theatres, an amphitheatre, tow aqueducts, a bridge, several churches and other buildings. It's Museum of Roman Art has a valuable collection for the classic era.

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