The most popular holiday region is in the western part of southern Europe and attracts millions of tourists in the summer months. The country on the Iberian Peninsula lives for the most part from tourism and has thus become dependent on Europe. Whether young or old, many like to spend their holidays in Spain and there are reasons for that. Because youth trips to Spain with Youth. Travel promise an exciting holiday season in the summer vacation.
The most popular holiday region on the Spanish mainland is not Andalusia, but Catalonia. The northeast coast of the Costa Brava is very popular with teenagers. No wonder, because it translates as “wild coast” and lives up to its name. The 220 kilometer long Costa Brava offers a multitude of bathing opportunities and small dreamy bays, which attract young people to the sea year after year. The Costa Brava owes its name to the strongly jagged rock massifs that drop steeply to the sea from the mountain ranges (Serras) that run parallel to the coast. The party strongholds of Lloret de Mar, Calella, Blanes and Malgrat de Mar are particularly popular with teenagers. They are the figureheads for youth tourism and exactly the right holiday area for party-goers and teenagers with a tight wallet. If you are not only looking for parties in Catalonia, he can go on a day trip to Catalonia’s capital, Barcelona. The metropolis can be reached in just a few minutes by car and you can spend your day in a typical Mediterranean style. In addition, Barcelona also offers four great beach sections, which invite you to do so.
The Balearic Islands and Co
The Balearic Islands are also very popular. Mallorca in particular is the secret German island. More than two thirds of the tourists are Germans on what is probably the most popular island in the Mediterranean. Pop stars like Maria Eilfeld, Michael Wendler or Jürgen Drews appear in the summer months in Bierkönig, Ballermann or on Schinkenstraße. Exactly the right thing for Schlager fans and oldies. Another very popular holiday island is Ibiza. This is preferred by the British and offers the largest discos in the world. No wonder, because Ibiza is famous for jet set life and house and techno music. Hot beats and fast rhythms are part of the music portfolio here. Spain is just right for young people who yearn for parties.