Spain Honeymoon Guide

Plan the perfect honeymoon in Spain. Find the best beaches, resorts, attractions and things to do at these exciting honeymoon destinations in Spain. Also, check out the monthly weather conditions – so you can arrive when the weather is dry and sunny.

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The über-chic Balearic Island of Ibiza is renowned for its famously raucous dance club scene, jet-setting glitterati and more than 50 white-sand beaches indenting its rugged, picture-perfect coastline – the perfect spot for active newlyweds looking to honeymoon in the Mediterranean.

Choose from a wide selection of sugar-white beaches fringed by music bars, dance clubs, restaurants and hotels, which sit conveniently close to the main resorts of Ibiza town, Santa Eulària des Riu and Sant Antoni de Portmany.

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Savour a relaxing honeymoon in Mallorca – Spain’s most popular Mediterranean island, the largest of the Balearic Islands and the perfect place for a honeymoon in Spain.

Discover a choice of pine-fringed white-sand beaches that indent a 500km-long coastline and border lively resorts crammed with bars, restaurants and hotels.

Explore the island’s interior on foot, bike or by hire car, a scenic landscape of almond and olive groves, pine forests, whitewashed windmills and picture-perfect mountain villages scattered across the spectacular Serra de Tramuntana mountain range.

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Costa Brava

Spain's rugged and cliff-edged Costa Brava (or Wild Coast) features some of the most picturesque scenery in the Mediterranean and stretches for 153km along the northeast coast of Spain from Blanes, north of Barcelona, to Cadaques near the French border.

Amid this scenic beauty lie several coastal resort towns that offer the perfect location for a honeymoon or romantic getaway holiday.

Discover the vibrant party town of Lloret de Mar, renowned for its vibrant nightlife and packed with bars and dance clubs – perfect for fun-loving honeymoon couples.

Or visit the less crowded and very beautiful medieval walled town of Tossa de Mar, blessed with golden-sand beaches, bustling Playa d’Aro and its range of nightlife options, and unspoiled Playa de Palamós – gateway to the stunning Palafrugell coastline, with its idyllic coves of Llafranc, Tamariu and d’Aigua Blava.

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Tossa de Mar

The picturesque and historic town sits behind a golden-sand beach and offers a quiet alternative to the more commercial resort of Lloret de Mar.

Unwind on a choice of pristine beaches then stroll around the Old Quarter (or Vila Vella), which was built on the site of a 1st century AD Roman villa and surrounded by ancient medieval walls and turrets.

Discover narrow and twisting cobblestoned streets lined with whitewashed houses dating back to the 12th century.

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Costa del Sol

Spain’s most famous coastline – the glamorous Costa del Sol – is indented with fashionable resorts, championship golf courses and exclusive hotels overlooking well-maintained ‘Blue Flag’ beaches – the perfect honeymoon destination in Europe.

Overlooked by picturesque whitewashed villages and olive groves that dot the massive Sierra Nevada mountain range, the Costa del Sol stretches for more than 150km along the south coast of Spain, from Tarifa in the east near Gibraltar to Almuñecar on the Costa Tropical near Granada.

The liveliest holiday section of the coast is the 70km stretch from Torremolinos (west of Málaga) to Estepona (towards Gibraltar), with Marbella at its centre.

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Marbella, Costa del Sol

Rub shoulders with princes, sheikhs, socialites and celebrities in stylish Marbella, located on Spain’s legendary Costa del Sol.

One of Spain’s most popular resorts, Marbella has long been a favourite of wealthy European aristocrats, the nouveau riche and Arab royalty who maintain summer homes here

The perfect choice for a stylish honeymoon in Spain, Marbella is best admired along the so-called Golden Mile, a bejewelled stretch of glamorous nightclubs, restaurants and hotels that stretch to nearby Puerto Banús.

Discover an array of pine-fringed white-sand beaches that indent a 500km-long coastline and border lively resorts crammed with bars, restaurants and hotels.

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Benidorm, Costa Blanca

With three magnificent golden-sand beaches, four theme parks, more than 250 hotels, 500 bars, 400 restaurants and 150 discos and nightclubs, the purpose-built beach resort of Benidorm offers everything you need for a fun-filled honeymoon in Spain.

With its main beach strip flanked by towering hotels and apartment blocks, this popular resort is often called the ‘Manhattan of Spain’. Benidorm’s two main beaches stretch in gentle crescents on either side of a rocky promontory known as the Balcón del Mar.

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Tenerife, Canary Islands

Tenerife is the most well known of the Canary Islands, one of Europe's most famous holiday islands and the perfect destination for an island honeymoon in Spain.

Blessed with year-round sunshine, a great choice of beach resorts and plenty of restaurants and entertainment, Tenerife is the perfect honeymoon destination at any time of year.

Discover a choice of pine-fringed white-sand beaches that indent a 500km-long coastline and border lively resorts crammed with bars, restaurants and hotels.

Unwind at Los Cristianos beach resort, with easy access to several theme parks, and party all night at Playa de Las Americas – Tenerife’s legendary resort renowned for its vibrant nightlife.

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San Sebastian

San Sebastian offers newlyweds one of the best city beaches in the world – the shell-shaped golden sands of Playa de la Concha – as well as an elegant resort town of wide tree-lined boulevards, belle époque architecture, fashionable shops, delicious tapas bars and fine dining restaurants serving unique Basque cuisine.

Stroll along the Paseo de la Concha to the opposite side of the bay, then ride the cable car to the top of Monte Igueldo for stunning views of the city and coastline.

Or explore the narrow streets of the Old Quarter (or La Parte Vieja), which nestles beneath the wooded slopes of Monte Urgull, one of two mountains that frame the resort.

San Sebastian is also an ideal base for trips to explore some of the Basque country's most fascinating towns.

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Popular honeymoon destinations in Spain…

Costa del Sol




Costa Brava



Lloret de Mar

Tossa de Mar




Canary Islands



Latest update: Spain Honeymoon Guide: 11 July, 2024