Spain Luxury Travel
Steeped in history, dotted with some of the world’s most awe-inspiring architectural marvels, and home to breathtaking natural landscapes, Spain is certainly a one-of-a-kind destination. For centuries, this Mediterranean country has won the hearts of artists and travelers thanks to its fascinating diversity and charming character. All of this you can now experience first hand in total comfort and style with our curated selection of Spanish luxury tours.
An Exclusive Vacation Experience
When it comes to luxury travel, Spain has it all. Rich culture and history, an exquisite culinary heritage, vibrant cities, and captivating scenery. If you want more than just a vacation, we have something you’ll love: exclusive and memorable experiences that capitalize on the best that Spain has to offer.
If you want to take luxury travel in Spain to a whole new level, you’ve come to the right place. We specialize in designing luxury vacations in Spain with a focus on tailor-made experiences. You choose the trip duration, departure date, and experience type, and we take care of everything else. Are you ready to discover Spain’s alluring beauty?
Luxury Holidays tailor-made
At MC Luxury Travel Group we know what it takes to turn a vacation abroad into a truly memorable experience. As luxury Spanish tour specialists, we also know that finding the perfect accommodation is crucial. Because of this, we go to great lengths to find accommodation options that are a perfect match for your needs.
Tourism is one of the mainstays of the Spanish economy which means that the country boasts a well-developed accommodation infrastructure that offers both variety and quality. Our team has selected some of the most exclusive places to stay in Spain, from small boutique hotels to luxurious five-star resorts, private luxury homes, and historic properties like castles, traditional farmhouses, and stunning villas.
When booking your luxury tours of Spain with us, you can be sure we’ll find your dream holiday home, no matter what it looks like. And that’s not all we can do for you: to ensure your trip is just perfect, we’ll arrange any and every service you may need, whether it is a private chef, a butler, housekeeping, etc.
Your Spain luxury holiday begins here!
Spain is one of the world’s most visited countries, and for a good reason too. This incredibly diverse and always-exciting European country attracts visitors from all walks of life: from those interested in culture and history to foodies, photographers, outdoor enthusiasts, families, couples, and adventurous travelers. Our tailor-made luxury tours in Spain are the best way to discover the country while on vacation.
Where to Go
These are our Top Destinations in Spain.
Barcelona & Catalonia
Modernist architecture, picturesque fishing villages, and the stunning mountain landscapes of the Pyrenees.
Northern Spain (Basque Country & Santander)
The former retreat for 19th-century Spanish aristocracy boasting dramatic coastal landscapes and superb gastronomy.
Andalusia & Costa del Sol
Abundant sunshine, white-washed villages, endless golden sand beaches, and world-class tourist attractions.
A bustling and cosmopolitan city teeming with museums, theaters, parks, and stylish dining venues.
An imposing city set in a privileged natural environment, home to some of the most awe-inspiring examples of Medieval, Gothic, and Moorish architecture.
Although most people associate Spain with warm weather, the country’s climate is quite diverse and ranges from hot and dry in the south to wet and cool in the north. This means that it’s always easy to find a destination that has the right weather for you.
Best time to travel
Generally speaking, April to May and September to October are the best times to visit Spain. During these months, the weather is mild and crowd levels are moderate.
Summer is a great time for beach lovers and festival-goers. With over 3,000 miles of coastline, you’re guaranteed to find the ideal beach in Spain, whether it is in the hot and lively Mediterranean region or in milder and scenic northern areas like Galicia and Basque Country. Many concerts, art performances, and cultural events also take place during the summer.
If you’re into city breaks and sightseeing, you may want to visit Spain during the winter. The temperatures are cooler and the chances or rain (or even snow) bring a delightful and festive atmosphere to cities like Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, and Bilbao. In these cities, you can explore Spain’s extraordinary heritage at its most authentic and without the crowd factor.
Before you Go
Visa and Passport Requirements
US citizens and most non-EU nationals don’t need a visa for stays under 90 days. Your passport must be valid for 3 months beyond the dates of your stay, and you may also need to have a return ticket.
If you plan to be in Spain for tourism or leisure purposes for longer than 90 days, you will need to submit an application for a short-stay visa. MC Luxury Travel can handle your short-stay visa application for Spain should you require one.
There are no special travel advisories for visiting Spain. Healthcare standards and facilities are high, but it’s recommended to have travel insurance while in the country, as well as an up-to-date vaccination record.
Spain is a very safe and family-friendly country and most visitors won’t encounter any safety issues. However, common sense applies and you should take the same precautions that you would back at home. Watch out for pickpockets in crowded areas and don’t leave your wallet, handbag, or cell phone unattended in public areas. If you’re driving a rental car, don’t leave valuables in the vehicle to prevent break-ins.
Customs and Etiquette: Spaniards are known for being friendly and most visitors feel welcome despite the language barrier. You should know that physical contact is an integral part of daily interactions, and this shouldn’t be interpreted as an invasion of personal space.
Business hours are usually 9 am to 1.30 pm and 5 pm to 8 pm, although they may be different in offices, shopping malls, and small shops. Many museums are closed on Mondays, and most shops are closed on Sundays.
Tipping is not expected or customary, but locals usually round up the bill to the next Euro.
Mealtimes: Spaniards eat lunch between 1 pm and 4 pm, and dinner is often served as late as 9 pm or 10 pm. This may take some adjusting, or you can stick to your regular meal times and go for some tapas to experience the best of both worlds.