Spain offers an impressive selection of all-inclusive resorts in several of the country’s renowned beach destinations.
In Malaga, on Spain's famous Costa del Sol, visitors can stroll the palm-lined waterfront, tour the grand Alhambra castle or visit museums housing the works of Pablo Picasso, who was born here. Other popular spots include the Balearic Islands, situated east of the mainland in the Mediterranean Sea, or the Canary Islands, an archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of northwestern Africa.
Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic islands, boasts over 300 miles of sparkling coastline, the incredible Tramuntana mountain range and historic Roman and Moorish structures. Nearby Ibiza is known for dynamic nightclubs and highflying bars, but the entire island is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site with an archaeological museum that displays Phoenician artifacts and other treasures.
The Canary Islands offer welcoming weather year-round. Relax on idyllic beaches on Tenerife, the largest of these islands, or hike in multiple parks and enjoy panoramic views on a cable car ride up Mount Teide, a dormant volcano. Fuerteventura is home to low mountains, hidden coves and charming coastal towns, and the whole island is a Starlight Reserve committed to preserving unhampered views of its evening skies. On Lanzarote, the easternmost of the Canary Islands, explore black-sand beaches, underground caverns and volcanic sites.