Want to spend a fun-filled and exotic vacation? Then Spain is the destination for you. The country is known for its historical architecture, great food and alluring tourist spots. If money is not a problem, then one can find the best hotels to stay in and some quite good restaurants to dine in too. A number of thrilling and exciting activities are also organized. Travel in Spain will turn out to be a quite memorable one for you as you can watch some ancient museums and palaces and visit some famous hot spots.

Hotel Neri, La Casa Del Rector and Palacio Guendulain are a few examples of 4-star hotels in Spain where you can accommodate yourself. These hotels have special suites available for couples and rooms for families too. All rooms are fitted with LED TVs and one would not like to get out of the designer bathroom. Spa and Jacuzzi facilities are also available. Palacio Ca Sa Galesa is a 5-star hotel that is decorated with garden all round and a swimming pool for guests. It also provides bicycles to visitors free of cost.

Spain is not complete without gorging on the Spanish and continental dishes. If you really want to have some authentic Spanish food then Restaurante Momo is the best choice. It serves a three-course meal at quite reasonable rates and the ambience is cozy and homely. El Grillo Azul is a hit amongst the vegetarians since it serves some creative and delicious vegetarian dishes. Ingredients may include healthy food items like tofu, mushroom, green leafy vegetables, etc.

If you are seeking for some adventure, you can indulge in some local activities too like kite-surfing at Tarifa Max. All you have to know is how to swim. One can also go for a sail on a Panoramic Mallorca Boat trip which is a 4 hour trip and is very relaxing. You can enjoy the spell-bounding view of Menorca Island at Formentor Beach. Travel in and around Spain becomes much more amusing when you visit the well-known ancient palace in Seville, the architecture of which is based on Arabic style. One should also try visiting Ronda city that stands on the river Tajo and can only be accessed via a bridge.