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Fall in Spain

Fall in Spain

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Trip ideas for visiting Spain in Fall

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Honeymoon in Barcelona and Mallorca
Length 9 days Approx. $3,990
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Madrid to Barcelona for families
Length 8 days Approx. $2,110
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Barcelona and the Pyrenees Mountains
Length 14 days Approx. $5,210
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Rafting, biking and culture for families
Length 9 days Approx. $2,430
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Off-beat sites of Spain
Length 11 days Approx. $2,540
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Spanish cities escape
Length 12 days Approx. $4,450
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Best of Madrid, Seville and Barcelona 
Length 11 days Approx. $2,770
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Extremadura road trip
Length 9 days Approx. $1,320
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Road trip of Andalusia
Length 12 days Approx. $2,100
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Whistle-stop Madrid
Length 4 days Approx. $1,100
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Pintxos Crawls and Rioja Reds
Length 10 days Approx. $4,100
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Off the tourist track Spain
Length 15 days Approx. $3,110

Our local experts in Spain

Ah sangria, sun, sea, palm trees and the sound of flamenco music floating through the maze of Seville’s streets until dawn – the dream! This is what we have in mind when we imagine our next holiday in Spain. Yet Spain is so much more than this… . It is a land with a strong heritage and a culture that thrives on its history. Spain can offer a geographical diversity as great as the number of its different regions. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, th... Ah sangria, sun, sea, palm trees and the sound of flamenco music floating through the maze of Seville’s streets until dawn – the dream! This is what we have in mind when we imagine our next holiday in Spain. Yet Spain is so much more than this… . It is a land with a strong heritage and a culture that thrives on its history. Spain can offer a geographical diversity as great as the number of its different regions. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea and the Pyrenees, the climate can vary according to region and, as a consequence, the number of available activities can too. If seas and mountains are not your thing, not to worry. Spain has many other joys to share, be it through its history, its museums or its architecture. By retracing the steps of great artists such as Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali or following the trail of great architects, you will be able to admire incredibly beautiful landmarks where various architectural styles come together. Lastly, the kindness of the Spanish people themselves is a trait that is unique to and found across Spain. They will always be there to welcome you with open arms around una tapita with their favourite local tipple: una cañita de cerveza! So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and set off for your trip to Spain! See more
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Fall is a great time to explore many of Spain's little-known wonders. From historic city monuments to vast parks littered with gold and red leaves, the milder temperatures of fall make an ideal time of year to enjoy a Spanish vacation. In addition, there are plenty of activities taking place between September and December to keep visitors occupied.

Why should I visit Spain in the fall?

With more people back at work and kids back in school, travelers visiting Spain around this time will have many of the tourist sites to themselves. The temperatures are a little milder but the sun still shines brightly throughout the season. From jazz festivals and celebrations in the street to incredible cuisine and breathtaking landscapes, the fall is one of the best times to head to Spain. 

The best things to do in Spain in the fall

Film festivals, a national day celebration, and magnificent outdoor scenes offer visitors endless opportunities to have fun during the fall in Spain.

Celebrate jazz in Barcelona

At the end of October, high-profile jazz performers mingle with up-and-coming stars to create a memorable jazz festival in the Catalonian capital. Venues are spread throughout Barcelona, so it's easy to catch a performance wherever you are in the city.

Take part in National Day celebrations

Spain celebrates its National Day on October 12th. There is a flag-hoisting ceremony in central Madrid led by the King of Spain, a military parade, and colorful representations of the Spanish nation in various plays and acrobatic displays. Many cities around the country take part in this national celebration, so wherever you are, enjoy the party.

Enjoy the Spanish outdoors

Cooler temperatures and sparse crowds make it easier to enjoy Spain's many treasures in the fall. There are monuments to discover, valleys and picturesque towns in the Alpujarra, and lovely forests like the Irati Forest in Navarre, as well as the Castañar de el Tiemblo Park.

Bask in the sunshine in Mallorca

The weather in Mallorca is usually still very warm in the fall, with long hours of bright sunshine. That means that the scenic highlights of this Balearic Island, like the marvelous beaches, secluded coves, and dramatic mountains, are very much open for travelers to enjoy. 

Indulge in a horror show in San Sebastian

San Sebastian's Fantasy and Horror Film Festival runs from October 28th to November 3rd every year. For horror fans, this is a time of elaborate, terrifying costumes and screenings of some of the top films in the genre. Come to the city during this celebration of all things horror and you’ll see San Sebastian in a totally different light.

What's the weather like in Spain in the fall?

Temperatures in the fall are still fairly high across all of Spain, especially in the south. Throughout September, the weather can still feel like summer. In the center of Spain, rains are highly likely during the fall, and it's advisable to carry a sweater and an umbrella when heading outside. Temperatures are usually lower in the northern regions and traveling with multiple layers is advised.

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