Five Spanish locations for all ages

When choosing a holiday, the little details matter a lot if you’re going to fulfil the purpose of your adventure.

If it’s authentic eateries, sun-kissed beaches and captivating history you’re searching for, then Spain should be on the top of your destination wish list.

But where are the best places to go that are suitable for all ages and a group with a wide range of tastes? Inter-generational holidays are increasing in popularity and many areas of Spain have something on offer for everyone – ticking the boxes for the grandparents and grandchildren at the same time. 

Soak up some Spanish inspiration with these all-round destinations.

San Sebastián

If it’s food that’s fuelling your trip, then you have to visit the world famous restaurants located in San Sebastián. Serving up sumptuous seafood and mouth-watering local tapas – known as pintxos - the pretty coastal city is one for true foodies looking for distinctive cuisines. If great beaches are on your bucket list, San Sebastián’s La Concha beach was recently voted one of the best in the world according to Tripadvisor users. 

Salou 

Sunny Salou has something to offer everyone, bursting with water parks, theme parks, stunning walking routes and Catalan culture on each corner. Beach days include watersports and amenities to suit all and, come nighttime, you can take a stroll down to the promenade to catch Salou’s magical fountain display - accompanied by colourful lights and music.  

Torremolinos 

If walking along stretches of golden beaches and catching a cabaret show is on your holiday agenda, then Torremolinos is the perfect Spanish pick for you. Malaga airport is a short twenty-minute transfer away, and the nightlife and entertainment is suitable for all ages. A new holiday finding tool from Travel Republic highlights how the Spanish hotspot is perfect for families and couples looking to relax and explore a little. Torremolinos is simply good fun for everyone.

Menorca 

The laid back island of Menorca has lots to offer those looking for a peaceful break. Its sandy beaches and friendly atmosphere make it an easy visit, but it’s also worth checking out the vineyards on the island too. Delicious Spanish wine is actually made on the island and, if you’re lucky, you might stumble across a vineyard that makes cheese too.  

Valencia 

Valencia is home to unmissable culture, architecture and museums - perfect for anyone who enjoys a mix of relaxation and leisure. The large city is famous for its Gothic feel and cobbled alleys which boast a variety of shops for kids and adults. Valencia’s Old Town is packed full of historic buildings and cafés that are ready and waiting for you to grab a coffee and soak up the atmosphere. You should still pack your flip flops too, as traditional beach holiday fun is still possible at the tourist hotspot.