Luxury Villas rentals in Spain are the key to a relaxing holiday. The best villas for rent in Spain are located in Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca and Menorca.
The Costa Brava is a region of Catalonia on the Mediterranean Sea, where you can find some Luxury Villas for rent.
Cadaqués is the easternmost country with Luxury Villas for rent of Spain and the Costa Brava.
Cadiz is an ancient port city in southwestern Spain, in the Andalusia region. Here you can find many Luxury Villas for rent.
Girona is a city of the autonomous community of Catalonia that rises on the banks of the Onyar river, in the north-east of Spain. This city is known for its medieval architecture, the old town surrounded by walls (Barri Vell) and the Roman remains of the Força Vella fortress. Picturesque gardens adorn the Passeig Arqueològic and promenades that follows the medieval walls of the historic centre, with sighting towers and wide views.
Granada city of Andalusia, in southern Spain, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains. It is famous for the magnificent examples of medieval architecture that date back to the period of Arab domination, of which the Alhambra is the best known. This fortified complex, which extends over a hilltop, includes royal palaces, Luxury Villas for rent, tranquil inner patios and stretches of water dating back to the Nasrid dynasty, as well as the fountains and orchards of the Generalife gardens.
La Coruña is a port in the region of Galicia. It is known for the Roman lighthouse, the Tower of Hércules with panoramic views of the coast. In the medieval old town is located Plaza de María Pita, characterised by arcades and surrounded by narrow pedestrian walkways. In this square is the Estatua de María Pita, a monument depicting a 16th century woman who warned the city of the invasion of Sir Francis Drake. Here you can find many Luxury Villas for rent.
Malaga has many Luxury Villas for rent and is a port city overlooking the Costa del Sol in southern Spain. The skyscrapers that host hotels and resorts rise behind yellow sand beaches. Above the modern city lie the two enormous local fortresses dating back to the period of Arab domination, the Alcazaba and the castle of Gibralfaro, now in ruins. The majestic renaissance cathedral is nicknamed La Manquita because one of its towers has curiously remained unfinished.
Minorca has many Luxury Villas for rent and is one of the Spanish Balearic Islands of the Mediterranean Sea. Traditionally more sober than the neighbouring Majorca and Ibiza, it is known for its endless beaches, from long sandy miles to rocky and turquoise bays called “calas”. The capital, Mahón, is overlooking a large port.
Ibiza is one of the Balearic Islands, a Spanish archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. It is famous for the nightlife, nightclubs move during the summer. It also houses peaceful villages with Luxury Villas for rent, yoga retreats, and beaches, from Platja d’en Bossa, lined with hotels, bars, and shops, to sandy coves surrounded by pine forests that are found throughout the coast.
Majorca is a Mediterranean island that is part of the Balearic archipelago. The island is known for its seaside resorts, protected bays, limestone mountains, and Roman and Moorish remains. The capital Palma has a vibrant nightlife and is also home to the royal palace of Almudaina and the 13th-century cathedral of Santa María. On the island, there are stone villages like Pollença, with art galleries and music festivals, and Fornalutx, situated on the hills and surrounded by citrus groves. Here you can find many Luxury Villas for rent for elite tourism.
Tenerife is the largest of the Spanish islands that are located off the west coast of Africa, the Canaries. The island is dominated by the highest peak in Spain: Mount Teide, a dormant volcano. It is perhaps best known for the Carnaval de Santa Cruz, which is held before Lent and is characterised by parades, music, dances and colourful costumes. The island also offers numerous beaches of golden or black sand, resorts and Luxury Villas for rent.
Tarragona is a port city in the region of Catalonia, in the north-east of Spain. Once called Tarraco, the city still preserves numerous ruins of its past as a Roman colony. The Amphitheatre Romà is a II century arena overlooking the Mediterranean, while the Necropolis houses several Roman tombs. Some traces of the Forum can be seen among the streets of the old city, surrounded by walls. Luxury Villas for rent in the city.