Holiday villas and cottages in Spain

We have 292 villa holidays and rentals in Spain for you to consider and compare.

- Gran Canaria

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Resort: Tauro in Gran Canaria

Surrounded by mountainous scenery, the popular residential development of Tauro offers the ideal place to sunbathe and swim in your own villa pool. A local mini-market, restaurant and bar can be found together in the development, and the bustling resort of Puerto Rico can be reached within a 10 minute drive. The popular sandy beach of Amadores can be reached within a few minutes drive and offers a selection of facilites. Tauro’s 18 hole golf course is on your doorstep and definitely worth a visit, while the popular fishing port of Puerto de Mogán is just a 20 minute drive away. At Puerto de Mogán you’ll find a beautiful boating marina, lots of sailing and watersports, and charming waterfront eateries for you to enjoy.

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- Majorca

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Resort: Pollensa in Majorca

Just a few miles inland from the coast, the picturesque old Roman town of Pollensa offers a traditional Mallorcan experience. Wander around its narrow cobbled streets, discover crafts and clothes shops and join in the relaxed café life - Spanish style. You can purchase fruit, vegetables, cheese and olives direct from the farmers at the Sunday market, which is located on the Placa Major and the maze of little streets leading up to the Calvari steps. At the top of the steps, you’ll find the Calvari church and spectacular views across the town to the convent at Puig de Maria.

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- Menorca

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Villa sleeps: 6

Resort: Cala en Porter in Menorca

One of the largest and oldest resorts on the island, Cala en Porter has a beautiful beach, protected by large, surrounding cliffs. On one side of the resort, the limestone cliffs are home to seabirds, while on the other, villas are scattered across the hillside. Down at beach level, you’ll find a further selection of bars and restaurants that are always popular with visitors.

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- Majorca

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Resort: Alcudia in Majorca

Port d’Alcudia’s big, bustling marina and animated resort has a much faster tempo. A wide variety of shops, restaurants and boutiques line the large sandy bay. You’ll find traditional seaside fun here, from pedaloes to a water park, and a lively nightlife packed with bars and discos. For a complete change of pace, you can stroll round the beautifully preserved, medieval walled city of Alcudia and its network of shaded narrow streets. A Roman house and the remains of an amphitheatre are located just south of the town.

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- Menorca

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Villa sleeps: 6

Resort: Cala en Porter in Menorca

One of the largest and oldest resorts on the island, Cala en Porter has a beautiful beach, protected by large, surrounding cliffs. On one side of the resort, the limestone cliffs are home to seabirds, while on the other, villas are scattered across the hillside. Down at beach level, you’ll find a further selection of bars and restaurants that are always popular with visitors.

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- Santa Eulalia

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Villa sleeps: 8

Resort: S'Argamassa in Ibiza

The quiet village of S’Argamassa lies half way between Santa Eulalia and Es Canar on the north east coast of the island. S’Argamassa has its own beach and small selection of bars and restaurants, whilst the livelier resorts of Es Canar and Santa Eulalia can both be reached within a short drive.

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- Santa Eulalia

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Resort: S'Argamassa in Ibiza

The quiet village of S’Argamassa lies half way between Santa Eulalia and Es Canar on the north east coast of the island. S’Argamassa has its own beach and small selection of bars and restaurants, whilst the livelier resorts of Es Canar and Santa Eulalia can both be reached within a short drive.

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- Menorca

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Resort: Binibeca in Menorca

The resort of Binibeca stretches from Cala Torret, with a selection of restaurants, and S’Atalaya in the east, to Binibeca Vell, the famous fishing village in the west. At Binibeca Nou you’ll find a gorgeous, dune-backed sandy beach with a relaxing beach bar, a small restaurant and sunbeds perfect for an afternoon snooze. The next bay at Binisafau is popular for swimming and snorkelling. Binibeca Vell has a selection of shops, restaurants and bars – some traditional and others more aimed at holidaymakers. The train to Punta Prima is a popular outing, as well as taking a car trip along the coastal road.

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- Majorca

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Villa sleeps: 5

Resort: Pollensa in Majorca

Just a few miles inland from the coast, the picturesque old Roman town of Pollensa offers a traditional Mallorcan experience. Wander around its narrow cobbled streets, discover crafts and clothes shops and join in the relaxed café life - Spanish style. You can purchase fruit, vegetables, cheese and olives direct from the farmers at the Sunday market, which is located on the Placa Major and the maze of little streets leading up to the Calvari steps. At the top of the steps, you’ll find the Calvari church and spectacular views across the town to the convent at Puig de Maria.

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- Costa Blanca

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Villa sleeps: 4

Resort: Javea in Costa Blanca

The friendly family resort of Javea is a large town with two main beaches and an historic old town set back from the sea. A harbour and fish market can be found on one side of the resort, offering stylish restaurants, great views and a pebbly beach. The popular, sandy Arenal beach on the other side has a palm-lined promenade of shops, bars and restaurants, while at night, the town comes alive with market stalls and street performers. Our villas here are located in countryside and residential areas, so transport is essential to reach the main resort.

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- Menorca

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Villa sleeps: 7

Resort: Son Parc in Menorca

A small and fairly quiet resort, Son Parc is built in the secluded setting of an old pine forest. The resort is located between Fornells and Arenal d’en Castell and offers plenty of amenities. The small commercial area is home to a few bars, restaurants and shops, whilst the picturesque sandy beach is a short drive from our villas. Son Parc is also home to the only golf course on Menorca.

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- Lanzarote

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Villa sleeps: 6

Resort: Puerto del Carmen in Lanzarote

In the main holiday resort of Lanzarote, Puerto del Carmen is just five kilometres from the island’s capital town Arrecife. A wide, sandy beach, little rocky coves and a diving school line the coastline, while a great selection of restaurants, bars and cafés can be found at the harbour. Live entertainment, cocktail bars and night-clubs, as well as restaurants and café bars, are all positioned along a central avenue. Of our wide selection of villas here, some are nestled in the peaceful area of Los Mojones - a short walk from the harbour – with others set much closer to the main resort in residential areas. We also have properties in the adjoining areas of Los Pocillos and Matagorda with excellent restaurants and shops.

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- Fuerteventura

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Villa sleeps: 5

Resort: Corralejo in Fuerteventura

The island’s largest and liveliest resort, Corralejo has a twice-weekly market and a good selection of reasonably-priced restaurants and bars. A little plaza in the middle of town is fun at night with musicians performing at the pavement cafés, while a small selection of discos and karaoke bars can be found in a dedicated commercial centre. The great watersports in Corralejo attract enthusiasts year after year, and boat trips to Lanzarote and the picturesque and uninhabited Isla de Lobos are also popular activities. Several small beaches line the coast, both sandy and rocky, as well as areas of untouched desert dunes.

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- Gandia

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Villa sleeps: 6

Resort: Oliva in Costa Blanca

Oliva is a delightful town in the north of Costa Blanca, about ten kilometres from Gandia. Dappled with fragrant orange groves, Oliva is largely unspoilt by mass tourism and retains lots of Spanish charm. The main attraction is arguably its wide sandy beach which stretches for miles and is home to lots of natural sand dunes and exciting watersports. As a result of it size, the beaches rarely feel crowded, and it’s easy to find a perfect quiet spot. Golfers will be in their element at Oliva Nova golf course just six kilometres south of the city along the coast, and the heart of the town is ideal for relaxed evening strolls, taking in the traditional Spanish way of life.

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- Costa del Sol

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Villa sleeps: 6

Resort: Frigiliana in Costa del Sol and Andalucia

One of the most beautiful villages in Spain, with whitewashed houses piled up on steep narrow slopes, Frigiliana sits in the foothills of the Sierra de Tejeda Mountains. Explore the narrow, winding streets and steps of the old Moorish and Medieval quarter where ceramic tile plaques detailing the village’s history adorn brightly painted houses. You can also stop off at an old world wine cellar where you can sample the famous local vintage straight from the barrel. There are many fine restaurants serving traditional Spanish cuisine and little shops selling local, handcrafted items tucked away in the winding streets, just waiting to be discovered.

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- Menorca

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Villa sleeps: 6

Resort: Cala en Porter in Menorca

One of the largest and oldest resorts on the island, Cala en Porter has a beautiful beach, protected by large, surrounding cliffs. On one side of the resort, the limestone cliffs are home to seabirds, while on the other, villas are scattered across the hillside. Down at beach level, you’ll find a further selection of bars and restaurants that are always popular with visitors.

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- Menorca

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Villa sleeps: 8

Resort: Cala en Porter in Menorca

One of the largest and oldest resorts on the island, Cala en Porter has a beautiful beach, protected by large, surrounding cliffs. On one side of the resort, the limestone cliffs are home to seabirds, while on the other, villas are scattered across the hillside. Down at beach level, you’ll find a further selection of bars and restaurants that are always popular with visitors.

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- Tenerife

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Resort: Callao Salvaje in Tenerife

The resort of Callao Salvaje is a short drive from the bright lights of Playa de las Americas, offering the ideal base for those wanting to be near to Tenerife's main town. Callao Salvaje has a selection of supermarkets and a parade of bars and restaurants, all with a very British feel and the fantastic beaches of Playa de las Americas only 20 minutes away. Our villas are situated throughout Callao Salvaje, including the Sueno Azul development of villas and apartments, which is very popular with British visitors.

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- Tenerife

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Resort: Callao Salvaje in Tenerife

The resort of Callao Salvaje is a short drive from the bright lights of Playa de las Americas, offering the ideal base for those wanting to be near to Tenerife's main town. Callao Salvaje has a selection of supermarkets and a parade of bars and restaurants, all with a very British feel and the fantastic beaches of Playa de las Americas only 20 minutes away. Our villas are situated throughout Callao Salvaje, including the Sueno Azul development of villas and apartments, which is very popular with British visitors.

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- Costa del Sol

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Resort: Nerja in Costa del Sol and Andalucia

With a dramatic backdrop of the Sierra de Tejeda mountains, picturesque beaches plus countless rocky coves, Nerja is one of the most beautiful regions of Andalucía. Still retaining its charm and genuine Spanish character, the focal point of the town is a magnificent marble-paved promenade, El Balcon de Europa, which juts out on a rocky outcrop between two bays. Stroll here and enjoy stunning views, street entertainers and irresistible ice cream. Nearby, why not venture into the famous Cuevas de Nerja to see prehistoric cave paintings and the longest stalactites in the world – all 63 metres long. The majority of our properties enjoy tranquil locations off the beaten track, and are accessed by driving along scenic mountain roads.

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- Ibiza

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Villa sleeps: 4

Resort: San Jose in Ibiza

San Jose offers you the chance for a relaxing break with plenty of entertainment and amenities nearby. This is a pretty whitewashed village set at the foot of Ibiza's highest peak, Sa Talaia. You can enjoy a selection of cafés, shops, art galleries and bars here, with the bright lights of San Antonio just 20 minutes' drive from the village.

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- Fuerteventura

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Villa sleeps: 6

Resort: Corralejo in Fuerteventura

The island’s largest and liveliest resort, Corralejo has a twice-weekly market and a good selection of reasonably-priced restaurants and bars. A little plaza in the middle of town is fun at night with musicians performing at the pavement cafés, while a small selection of discos and karaoke bars can be found in a dedicated commercial centre. The great watersports in Corralejo attract enthusiasts year after year, and boat trips to Lanzarote and the picturesque and uninhabited Isla de Lobos are also popular activities. Several small beaches line the coast, both sandy and rocky, as well as areas of untouched desert dunes.

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- Menorca

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Villa sleeps: 6

Resort: Cala en Porter in Menorca

One of the largest and oldest resorts on the island, Cala en Porter has a beautiful beach, protected by large, surrounding cliffs. On one side of the resort, the limestone cliffs are home to seabirds, while on the other, villas are scattered across the hillside. Down at beach level, you’ll find a further selection of bars and restaurants that are always popular with visitors.

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- Menorca

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Villa sleeps: 4

Resort: Binibeca in Menorca

The resort of Binibeca stretches from Cala Torret, with a selection of restaurants, and S’Atalaya in the east, to Binibeca Vell, the famous fishing village in the west. At Binibeca Nou you’ll find a gorgeous, dune-backed sandy beach with a relaxing beach bar, a small restaurant and sunbeds perfect for an afternoon snooze. The next bay at Binisafau is popular for swimming and snorkelling. Binibeca Vell has a selection of shops, restaurants and bars – some traditional and others more aimed at holidaymakers. The train to Punta Prima is a popular outing, as well as taking a car trip along the coastal road.

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- Lanzarote

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Villa sleeps: 8

Resort: Puerto del Carmen in Lanzarote

In the main holiday resort of Lanzarote, Puerto del Carmen is just five kilometres from the island’s capital town Arrecife. A wide, sandy beach, little rocky coves and a diving school line the coastline, while a great selection of restaurants, bars and cafés can be found at the harbour. Live entertainment, cocktail bars and night-clubs, as well as restaurants and café bars, are all positioned along a central avenue. Of our wide selection of villas here, some are nestled in the peaceful area of Los Mojones - a short walk from the harbour – with others set much closer to the main resort in residential areas. We also have properties in the adjoining areas of Los Pocillos and Matagorda with excellent restaurants and shops.

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- Costa Blanca

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Villa sleeps: 7

Resort: Calpe in Costa Blanca

Calpe is a popular, bustling resort, best known for its balance of historic Valencian culture and modern tourist facilities. Three glorious sandy Blue Flag beaches are divided by the dramatic, craggy height of the Peñón de Ifach rock which stands over 300 metres tall and can be seen for miles, providing a fantastic landmark up and down the coast. On one side is the harbour with its fantastic choice of restaurants, while on the other is the resort centre filled with shops, bars and array of night-time entertainment. Calpe is ideally positioned in the centre of the Costa Blanca’s coastline, making it an ideal base for exploring the delights of this part of Spain, whether it is countryside, architecture, water parks or beaches you seek! The majority of our villas in Calpe are within a short drive or 30 minute walk of the bustling town centre.

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- Menorca

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Resort: Binibeca in Menorca

The resort of Binibeca stretches from Cala Torret, with a selection of restaurants, and S’Atalaya in the east, to Binibeca Vell, the famous fishing village in the west. At Binibeca Nou you’ll find a gorgeous, dune-backed sandy beach with a relaxing beach bar, a small restaurant and sunbeds perfect for an afternoon snooze. The next bay at Binisafau is popular for swimming and snorkelling. Binibeca Vell has a selection of shops, restaurants and bars – some traditional and others more aimed at holidaymakers. The train to Punta Prima is a popular outing, as well as taking a car trip along the coastal road.

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- Majorca

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Villa sleeps: 8

Resort: Pollensa in Majorca

Just a few miles inland from the coast, the picturesque old Roman town of Pollensa offers a traditional Mallorcan experience. Wander around its narrow cobbled streets, discover crafts and clothes shops and join in the relaxed café life - Spanish style. You can purchase fruit, vegetables, cheese and olives direct from the farmers at the Sunday market, which is located on the Placa Major and the maze of little streets leading up to the Calvari steps. At the top of the steps, you’ll find the Calvari church and spectacular views across the town to the convent at Puig de Maria.

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- Costa del Sol

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Villa sleeps: 6

Resort: Frigiliana in Costa del Sol and Andalucia

One of the most beautiful villages in Spain, with whitewashed houses piled up on steep narrow slopes, Frigiliana sits in the foothills of the Sierra de Tejeda Mountains. Explore the narrow, winding streets and steps of the old Moorish and Medieval quarter where ceramic tile plaques detailing the village’s history adorn brightly painted houses. You can also stop off at an old world wine cellar where you can sample the famous local vintage straight from the barrel. There are many fine restaurants serving traditional Spanish cuisine and little shops selling local, handcrafted items tucked away in the winding streets, just waiting to be discovered.

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- Costa del Sol

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Resort: Nerja in Costa del Sol and Andalucia

With a dramatic backdrop of the Sierra de Tejeda mountains, picturesque beaches plus countless rocky coves, Nerja is one of the most beautiful regions of Andalucía. Still retaining its charm and genuine Spanish character, the focal point of the town is a magnificent marble-paved promenade, El Balcon de Europa, which juts out on a rocky outcrop between two bays. Stroll here and enjoy stunning views, street entertainers and irresistible ice cream. Nearby, why not venture into the famous Cuevas de Nerja to see prehistoric cave paintings and the longest stalactites in the world – all 63 metres long. The majority of our properties enjoy tranquil locations off the beaten track, and are accessed by driving along scenic mountain roads.

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