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Villas in Spain: key destinations

  • Tenerife

    Tenerife is one of Spain's most popular villa holiday destinations and it is easy to see why: year-round sunshine, great beaches and a unique volcanic landscape. Perfect for a family beach holiday or enjoying some winter sun!

  • Lanzarote

    Enjoy the winter sun on the golden beaches of Playa Blanca and Puerto del Carmen. Explore the volcanic scenery of Timanfaya National Park and unlock a world of outdoor activities with your Spanish villa.

  • Majorca

    The largest of the Balearic Islands boasting lively coastal resorts, beautiful landscapes and charming villages. Enjoy vibrant culture in the capital Palma. A Spanish villa rental makes a perfect base for a beach holiday.

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    1,123 villas

  • Marbella

    Rent stylish villas in Marbella, Spain's playground for the rich and famous. With lively bars, restaurants, nightlife and shops this is the perfect place for a sophisticated beach holiday.

  • Fuerteventura

    Rent a villa in Fuerteventura, Spain's second largest Canary Island, to enjoy idyllic sandy beaches and a laid-back lifestyle. Situated on the Atlantic Ocean,100km off the north coast of Africa ensures winter warmth.

  • Ibiza

    There's more to the White Isle than its party reputation. Think rustic Spanish villages, family-friendly beach resorts, a delicious cuisine and colourful market stalls. The ultimate destination for a stylish villa holiday in Spain.

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    228 villas

  • Menorca

    Menorca is more low-key than Ibiza or Majorca and is famous for its unspoiled landscape, charming towns, wonderful beaches and clear bays. Rent a villa in Menorca for a peaceful Spanish holiday.

  • Gran Canaria

    Tempted to rent a villa in Spain? Try Gran Canaria, the third largest island of the Canaries. Cosmopolitan Las Palmas is popular for duty free shopping whilst the unspoiled mountainous interior offers rural adventure.

  • Alicante Province

    Alicante retains a profoundly Spanish feel thanks to its hilltop castle, chic shops, narrow streets and colourful houses. You're spoilt for choice with our finest villas in Spain on the 200km Costa Blanca coastline.

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Reviews of villas in Spain

We have 9,890 reviews of our villas in Spain.

Family from Carnforth, Lancashire, United Kingdom July 2019

This is a good value villa, perfect for a relaxing holiday by the pool with plenty to do further afield as well. Not super smart, the villa is homely and does have some of the owner's own things in and around so it wasn't like other villas we've stayed in before, but it had everything we needed and we quickly got used to that. The fully equipped kitchen with washing machine and dishwasher was great, 2 bathrooms with no shortage of hot water, and air con in the lounge and ceiling fans in all the bedrooms to keep us cool. The roof terrace is the real gem with plenty of outdoor furniture, shade over the table and wonderful views. The lovely pool with great views and plenty of sun loungers on an attractive grassed area is 30 seconds walk away. There is a good section for babies and toddlers and a lifeguard most of the time. Supermarkets are 10 mins drive. A car is necessary to get around. We enjoyed trips to beaches, markets, Pola park, Alicante, snorkeling etc. Communication with Sandra was excellent throughout and she was very accommodating and extremely quick to answer any questions before and during our stay. There is an identical villa next door so it would be great for a larger party to take the two together. We would happily return if we were to revisit the area.

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Family from Radlett, United Kingdom July 2019

Very relaxing and enjoyable stay! The villa is very spacious and maintained to a high level. Communal pool close by and very well kept. The owner is very quick to respond to any communication. We loved it so much, we have already booked for next year!!

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Large group from Taunton, United Kingdom May 2019

Had an amazing time, villa is massive and in a great location, cars defiantly recommended (we had 3 cars) but we often walked to and from Arenal Beach which is amazing and has everything you could want, takes maybe 25-30 mins. Good supermarkets nearby also. Joyce was absolutely amazing and couldn’t be more helpful or accommodating if she tried, and everything went very smoothly! Between the 12 of us we honestly couldn’t find fault, could maybe do with a spruce up/update in areas, and a few of us did get bitten by mosquitos, but in no way did this detracted from our amazing stay. Thanks again, and already considering it again for next year! ;-)

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Friends from Bedworth, United Kingdom April 2019

Excellent all round! The villa is lovely and has been improved further since the pictures taken. there are lots of separate seating areas outside so you can have your own space, the heated pool was perfect and the bbq area and kitchen in general well stocked and fantastic. Beds were comfy, and everything really clean when we arrived. Would recommend to anyone!

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About Spain

Villas in Spain

Spain is a country of contrasts and it's easy to see why: from the stunning beaches on the Andalucian coastline to the cosmopolitan culture of cities like Barcelona, Madrid and Seville. It's even the perfect destination for winter escapes, with the sun-kissed Canary Islands boasting year-round glorious weather. A holiday rental lets you discover the best of Spain from its vibrant coast to the amazing golf courses, world-class restaurants and beautiful scenery. Spain offers a huge variety of accessible resorts and destinations to suit all budgets and at Clickstay we've thousands of villas ranging from luxurious villas with private pools to family-friendly beachfront villas.

Where to go in Spain

There are 17 distinct regions in Spain. The most popular holiday destinations are:

When to go

Spain, with the Balearic and Canary Islands, covers a large area, with a varied climate and diverse landscape. The Canaries, off the north coast of Africa, are famous for their winter sun, enjoying consistent subtropical temperatures, while Spain's most famous ski resorts are only a couple of hours away from Barcelona.

The warmest regions are in the centre and southeastern parts of the Spanish mainland. The Mediterranean costas, from the Costa del Sol in the southwest to the Costa Brava in the northwest, generally have the most pleasant weather. They can be mild in the winter and are not overwhelmingly hot in the summer.

A beginner's guide to villa holidays in Spain

Spain is one of the world's most popular holiday destinations and renting your own villa is the perfect way to get the most from your holiday. With plenty of airports and direct flights, Spain's regions and islands are easily accessible for the UK and most of Europe. With so much to offer, Spain is perfect for relaxing family holidays, stylish getaways in the likes of Ibiza, Majorca or Menorca or even winter sun in the Canary Islands to escape the cold Northern European winters.

Spain's main villa holiday destinations are:

The Canary Islands are located in the wild Atlantic Ocean close to the coast of Africa and are famous for their reliable year-round sunshine, miles of beaches, unique volcanic landscape and convenient proximity to the UK. Tenerife is the biggest of the islands, where you can climb one of the world's largest volcanoes and partake in the world-famous Carnival. Lanzarote is low-key and well-maintained and becoming increasing stylish; here you can journey by camel through Timanfaya National Park's incredible lunar landscape. For golfing holidays, and for excellent shopping, visit Gran Canaria, offering both family-friendly resorts and more lively party destinations. Fuerteventura's white sand beaches benefit from almost constant cooling winds, which also make it an excellent destination for water sports. The islands provide a rugged backdrop to some of Spain's most stunning villas.

The Balearic Islands are located in the middle of the Mediterranean and are renowned for their stylish Spanish villas and lively resorts. Here you can find some of Spain's most stunning scenery and beautiful beaches. Menorca is known for its large uncrowded coast and relaxed atmosphere, and whilst small, offers plenty of holiday activities for all ages. Majorca is the largest of the islands whilst Palma, its capital, is one of Spain's most stylish and historic cities. It has a wide variety of beaches from secluded pebble bays in the north to wide sandy beaches in the south. The lush, mountainous interior of the island is worth exploring too, especially if you are looking for an active cycling or walking holiday. Ibiza is famous as Spain's party capital, and perfect for those who want a lively nightlife scene and chic boutiques. But renting a villa away from the main town opens up a world of charming Spanish villages, sandy coves and pine-clad hillsides.

The Costa del Sol is scattered with traditional Spanish villas and the coastline of the southern province of Andalusia enjoys fabulous weather. This is one of Spain's most popular beach holiday destinations, with a variety of coastal resorts offering everything from the classic bucket and spade holiday to secluded romantic coves. Move inland and you'll find unspoiled terrain, mountain villages and craggy ravines. Marbella is a good choice for a lively, upmarket Spanish villa with its old town, luxury yachts in upscale Puerto Banus, marina and sandy beaches. The beach-side city of Malaga is stylish and energetic while still retaining its history and culture. Family-friendly resorts such as Benalmadena and Estepona are full of Andalucian charm, with well looked after beaches and lovely marinas. To escape the crowds try pretty hilltop villages such as Mijas with its views over the sea to North Africa or the white washed village of Competa.

The Costa Brava in Catalonia is a stretch of coast in the northeast of Spain, winding along the Mediterranean from the border with France at the foothills of the Pyrenees towards the fascinating city of Barcelona. It's home to some of Spain's more upmarket villas with some a natural rugged coastline. For a relaxing beach holiday try Blanes and Lloret de Mar. If you want to holiday with the well-off Spaniards then you might want to rent an apartment in the picturesque fishing resort of Palafrugell. Many of the villages, such as Pals and Begur are charming with narrow cobbled streets, pavement cafes, sleepy plazas and traditional markets.

Alicante is a mountainous province of eastern Spain on the Mediterranean Sea and its "White Coast" is known for miles of beaches, golf courses and family-friendly cultural and entertainment activities. If you are looking for a remote, undiscovered side of Spain then try renting a villa in an unspoilt town like Novelda or Monovar. However if you are looking for excellent beaches, sunshine and a wide range of amusements for all ages then the coast could be your perfect holiday destination. Benidorm is one of Spain's best known of the resorts with plenty of villas to choose from. Its long beach and proximity to theme parks is great for families and for keeping everyone entertained. But there are plenty of other beach resorts to choose from such as the delightful port town of Javea, upmarket Moraira and traditional Denia. Alicante town itself is charming with its hilltop castle, smart shops and authentic Spanish appeal.

Why rent a Spanish villa with Clickstay?

We’ve sent over tens of thousands of happy holidaymakers to villas all over Spain in the past decade! We're a trusted brand with secure online payment so you can book your holiday in Spain with confidence. We're trusted: with over ten years of trading and processed thousands of holiday rental bookings securely. We're also here to help – whether you're looking for that perfect Spanish rental or you're already on holiday, you can call or email our customer services team.

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Are you an owner or agent with high quality holiday villas in Spain? Want to increase your rentals? Then sign up to Clickstay and manage your properties directly. We let you, the owner, to contact renters directly. You can manage your property description, prices and availability through our online system.

Our costs are low: we charge a £1, €1 or $1 sign-up fee and you can then advertise an unlimited number of properties to directly to renters looking for a Spanish villa holiday. We charge 10% marketing commission when a renter books your property through the Clickstay site.

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Did you know...
  • The name Spain diverged from the word "Ispania", meaning the land of rabbits.
  • The Kingdom of Spain, as it’s officially known, is the second largest country in the EU.
  • ''Don Quixote'', the famous book written by Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes in 1605, was voted the ''most meaningful book of all time'' in 2002.
  • Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the world.
  • Spain has 44 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, from prehistoric rock art, historic cities and buildings, to bridges, national parks and landscapes.
  • Over 50 million tourists go to Spain every year, making it the fourth most visited country in the world.
  • Spain has more than 8,000 beaches.
  • The Sagrada Familia, a cathedral that is still under construction, is one of the most visited buildings in Spain. It has been under construction for over 130 years!

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