Lounge on a sunny Costa in only a couple of hours
One of the closest places to enjoy consistently sunny climates, in only two hours you’ll touch down in Spain to be whisked away to your coastal retreat.
In Costa del Sol you’ll be able to find an All inclusive hotel that’s just right for your holiday.
Another popular All Inclusive spot, in Costa Blanca‘s Benidorm you can go for a party hotel or a family-friendly one – they all have use of the resort’s two huge bays of sand complete with water activities and play areas. With one of the most varied nightlife scenes in Spain, there are also waterparks, animal parks and shops to explore by day.
Or you might prefer quiet Costa Almeria, over towards the Portuguese border, where your All Inclusive hotel will provide much of the entertainment. Other activities are usually as calm as sunbathing or walking through the unspoilt scenery.
Aguadulce is a small village that’s close to Roquetas de Mar if you want a combination of peace and things to do nearby.
With hundreds of noteworthy beaches across Spain’s gorgeous Costas, we’ll narrow it down to some of the biggest and most beautiful.
Benidorm’s two huge bays cover six kilometres and have to get a mention for their sheer number of facilities. As well as beach bars and a water playground on Levante Beach, Poniente Beach has a long promenade and kids’ play area on the sand, and both bays cover every kind of watersport.
With eight beaches in Estepona and Torremolinos not far behind with six, you can pick your favourite in Costa del Sol. To get you started, try El Cristo beach just outside Estepona, which is a sheltered cove with a few places to eat that looks onto stunning sunsets behind Gibraltar Rock. And Torremolinos’ main stretch, La Carihuela, is the place for beach bars, jetskis and good times.
Over in Costa Almeria, Playa de Aguadulce might be pebbly but the water activities make up for it, with a floating aqua park and parallel bars. Or if it’s sand you’re after, Roquetas de Mar’s three-kilometre strip, La Bajadilla, will do the trick.
What's included in your holiday
With an All Inclusive holiday to Spain, you’re covered for buffet meals, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, entertainment and use of many of the facilities your hotel provides. As well as this, lots of hotels will lay on transfers from the airport, offer a la carte dining and shuttle buses into town, plus much more.
Check the hotel information to see what’s covered at the hotels you’re interested in, and take a look at our guides to our favourite Spain All Inclusive hotels below.
Close to the centre of Torremolinos, this family-friendly hotel is big on pool scene and activities including a gym, aerobics, boules and Spanish lessons. As well as by the pool, there's extra sunbathing space on the rooftop terrace. Meals are included at the buffet restaurant with live cooking stations, while you can enjoy grilled meats for dinner at La Gioconda Italian Restaurant. A kids' club and mini disco entertain little ones, followed by live shows and music every night, or relaxing nights in the piano bar. It's a 15-minute walk to the beach or a shuttle bus is provided in summer.