German people love to spend their vacation every year. This is true especially because they are given a 24 paid working-day vacation to spend every year. This is a privilege and opportunity for them to get-off from work, to relax or maybe spend a holiday elsewhere. Don’t you know that Spain is one of the most favourite vacation getaway for German people? Yes, it is and there a lot of reasonable accommodation here like private villas for rent, apartments, hotels, hostels and holiday rentals everywhere. Thus, accommodation in this part of Europe is easy to find.
Here are the top three vacation destinations of Germans in Spain.
This is considered to be one of the most beautiful islands of Europe. It is also the most famous island of Spain. No wonder, Germans love this paradise isle due to its spectacular beaches, beautiful coastlines, exotic fauna and flora and all the surrounding nature in this island. It is also known for its lively beach parties and nightlife. The warm climate in this island has also made it the vacation getaway for Germans especially during winter season. You don’t have to worry about your accommodation in this island because you can find affordable hotels, holiday rentals and beautiful villas in Tenerife. For sure, German tourists would love to taste the local beer called Dorada or the so-called banana liqueur which is one of Tenerife’s specialised drinks.
This is the largest island of Spain in terms of area. It is also the second most populated island of Spain. The beautiful beaches of Mallorca are also the reason why a lot of Germans and other European tourists are visiting this island every year.
Mallorca’s (also known as Majorca) economy is based on tourism. Millions of people are visiting this island every year. A lot of retired Germans are currently residing for good in this beautiful island of Spain.
Don’t forget to taste one of their native delicacies, the so-called Paella when you visit Mallorca.
Where you can find Ibiza in Spain? It is an island in the Mediterranean Sea 79 km off the coast of the city of Valencia in Spain and the third largest of the Balearic Islands. It is known for its summer club parties, also the reason why this island is one of the favorite travel destinations especially for young Germans.
You can explore this beautiful island by walking or hiking and experience its traditional countryside. Try El Pirata, known as the best pizza on the port of Ibiza town. The legendary “port” in the district of Ibiza which now belong to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site is also worthy to visit and is a popular stop for many tourists.