You can fly to a large number of Spanish cities from London, and there are also flights to Spain from other major UK cities. In fact, numerous airlines offer direct flights from the UK to Spain, which has 30 airports, including those of the Balearic and Canary Islands. Four of the airports in Spain are international ones: Alicante, Barcelona, Madrid and Malaga. Take advantage of low-cost flights. Use an online flight comparator to find cheap flights to Spain before booking your ticket.
If there is one country where it's easy to find flight deals, it's Spain! We've given up counting the number of cheap flights available to this sunny holiday destination in the south of Europe. It's definitely worth knowing that you can find cheap holidays to Spain from as little as £100! With Ryanair of course, but also with Vueling, Transavia, Easyjet... In addition you can sometimes find cheap Spain flights with Air France, Air Europe or Iberia, whether you want to discover the charming city of Barcelona and the Sagrada Familia, Granada and the Alhambra, Valencia, home of paella and the City of Arts and Science, or the capital, Madrid. Alternatively, why not search for cheap flights to Malaga, the entry point for the Costa del Sol and relax on the beach with a glass of sangria, or find flights to Seville for the chance to see the Giralda, the showpiece of Andalusia. The price of Spain flights remains relatively low throughout the year thanks to the competition of offers from different budget airlines. Of course, there are little increases in the cost of airline tickets in the summer and during festive holidays like Christmas and New Year. There is also a small inflation in direct flights to Spain between October and November when weather in Spain is still warm in comparison to the cold UK temperatures. When thinking about finding cheap flights to Spain, don't forget about the Balearic Islands! Flight prices for the Balearic Islands are even more dependent on holiday periods. This destination is practically deserted in winter but during the off season, in November for example, you can find cheap flights for as little as £145 for Majorca. There are fewer flights to Minorca which makes it a bit more expensive. Last but not least the Canary Islands are a lovely Spanish holiday destination all year round. Winter is the high season, when the Mediterranean Basin is more or less closed. The cheapest flights to the Canary Islands can be found between the end of August and the beginning of October; the ideal time to make the most of cheap flight deals and fly to tropical Spain!
March/April: Semana Santa. The entire country celebrates Semana Santa in March or April, depending on the date Easter falls on. It is now a cultural, musical and religious event. The most beautiful processions are to be seen in Seville.April/May: Seville's April Fair takes place two weeks after Semana Santa (the week leading up to Easter), and for one week you can surround yourself in Andalusian traditions from flamenco to sherry (in moderation).July: The fiestas of San Fermín. Celebrated in Pamplona, the fiestas take place each year from the 6th to 14th July. Internationally known due to the running of the bulls, which according to Hemingway is, "a spectacle capable of getting you out of bed at half past five in the morning for several days in a row", the fiestas attract visitors from around the world.August: Semana Grande Festival in the Basque Country. A traditional festival that takes place in August, Semana Grande can be observed in Bilbao and San Sebastian. It is a traditional festival with concerts, firework displays, a bull festival and competitions ranging from horse races to a regatta to gastronomy competitions.October: Feast of Our Lady of the Pillar in Zaragoza. The patron saint of the city, La Virgen del Pilar, is also the patron of the Spanish Civil Guard. A 9 day festival known as Fiestas del Pilar is celebrated in Zaragoza every year in her honour. On the first day of the Fiestas, thousands of people from all over the world, dressed in traditional costumes, come to Plaza del Pilar Square to leave flowers before the Virgin. This is followed by the Offering of Fruit the next day. And at dusk, the Rosario de Cristal takes place. It is a procession of carriages and glass lanterns through the streets.