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A Spain villa vacation offers it all: on Spain’s 3,000+ miles of sun-splashed coastline you’ll find hidden coves, the world’s best beaches, quaint fishing communities, and dazzling nightlife. This is a country where ancient Roman towns and Moorish ruins exist side-by-side with high-end hot-spots like Puerto Banús, a luxury marina full of house-sized yachts and a favorite destination for celebrities.
Whether you’re looking for chic or charming, you’ll experience it all in comfort and elegance in our Spain luxury villa rentals. Our villas are located in some of the most picturesque regions of Spain, including world-renowned Costa del Sol (“Coast of the Sun”), where visitors enjoy an average of 320 days of sunshine per year. Snorkeling, windsurfing, kite boarding, and scuba diving opportunities await just outside your door; or for a quintessentially Spanish experience, watch a flamenco performance in a bullring. Add in the endless sunshine, sangria, and fresh seafood, and you have a perfectly idyllic Mediterranean getaway.
Escalivada: roasted eggplant, bell peppers, onion, and tomato bathed in a sauce made with olive oil and garlic
Esqueixada: a cold salad of shredded salt codfish, tomatoes, and olives with olive oil and salt, sometimes served with bell peppers and/or hardboiled eggs
Escudella: a soup of pork, beef, and/or chicken with vegetables (celery, rice, cabbage, etc.), rice or noodles, and potatoes
Botifarras: locally made sausages
Zarzuela: a mixed seafood stew; may contain mullet, mussels, prawns, or bream; served with a garlic bread for dipping