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Why To Look Afresh at Spain for Your All-inclusive Family Holiday

Kid's activities at Holiday Village MallorcaKid's activities at Holiday Village Mallorca

With Brexit making some people nervous about booking a holiday in Europe in 2019, we strongly recommend looking at all-inclusive holidays such as those offered by First Choice. Not only are all-inclusive packages fully protected against any unforeseen circumstances surrounding Brexit, but they also proof you against the weakness of the pound against the euro because you’ve paid for just about everything in advance in sterling. Facilities including kids’ clubs, sports academies and even the likes of aerial adventure courses, which vary by resort, make all-inclusive resorts perfect for families who like to combine activities with relaxation. 

And Spain is as fabulous a destination for a family holidays as ever, with its seemingly endless sandy beaches, pretty coves, lively seaside resorts, nature reserves, water parks and world-class museums. The following are some of our favourite destinations in Spain for an all-inclusive family holiday in 2019.

Gran Canaria
Often described as a 'continent in miniature', the third largest of the Canary Islands combines beaches, lush greenery and lunar landscapes. The gorgeous year-round weather makes it perfect for outdoor activities ranging from wind-surfing to spectacular walking.
Recommended property: Servatur Puerto Azul with its tropical-style pools and gorgeous views.

Mallorca
Dozens of safe sandy beaches, lovely scenery, friendly locals and plenty of entertainment, from water parks to sandcastle-building displays, makes the largest of the four main Balearic Islands a brilliant destination for family holidays with all ages.
Recommended property: Holiday Village Majorca, including luxury swim-up rooms, a Balanceability cycling course and a great spa.

Costa del Sol
One of Spain’s most popular holiday destinations, this stretch of Andalucia’s coastline has a reputation for being hectic but actually caters to all tastes. There are sandy beaches and resorts with modern facilities including world-class golf courses and amusement parks, but also an ancient history, compelling architecture, white-washed villages and spectacular scenery if you venture slightly inland.
Recommended property: Riu Costa del Sol with its indoor and outdoor pools, splash playground and spa.

Costa Dorada
Within easy reach of Barcelona, this coast named for its 216km of golden beaches welcomes families with its lively resort Salou with its thrilling theme park PortAventura and with its UNESCO World Heritage listed city of Tarragona, combining Roman ruins with wonderful Blue Flag beaches.
Recommended property: SuneoClub Villa Dorada with its circular pool and Spanish language lessons.

Lanzarote
More than 90 glorious, child-friendly beaches – both traditional white-sand versions and ones with black volcanic sand – make this Canary island a firm family favourite. But the whole place has been declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, and its out-of-this-world volcanic terrain inland is not to be missed either.
Recommended property: Los Zocos Club Resort, with its activity and quiet pools, plus two pools just for kids.

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