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Discover The Magic of Spain in 2024

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Published on: 20th December 2023

Boasting a vast range of festivals, world-renowned beaches, amazing nightlife and some of the richest culture in the world, Spain is a magnet for visitors all year round.

And Teesside offers the perfect gateway to the nation and its beautiful islands.

Holiday giant TUI are offering two flights a week to Majorca through Summer 2024 – and a choice of magnificent Western Mediterranean cruises will be available once again.

Prices are all-inclusive of flights, transfers, meals, drinks and entertainment.  Itineraries feature an array of ports of call in Italy, the south of France, Corsica, Sardinia, Gibraltar, Spain and the Balearic Islands.

Flights to Alicante with Ryanair also doubled in 2023 – and will continue through 2024. The Valencian hotspot has proven popular with three flights a week offering some much-needed winter sun to those who need it, and two a week through the summer to open the door to the Costa Blanca.

Whether it be Alicante – chock full of boutiques and art galleries – or the beauty of the Murcia coastline and coves stretching more than 100 miles in length, this corner of Valencia offers great range. Bustling nightlife can be found in Benidorm and picturesque Calpe boasts beautiful palm tree beaches and Roman ruins.

Plenty of people have enjoyed Spain from Teesside in 2023 and 2024 promises even more joy.

Majorca flies twice weekly with TUI on a Tuesday and Saturday, and twice weekly with Ryanair on a Thursday and Sunday.

Alicante flies three times weekly in the winter Monday, Thursday, Sunday, and twice weekly in the summer on a Thursday & Sunday with Ryanair

To book Majorca, go here: Holidays 2024 / 2025 |

To book Alicante, go here: Cheap Flights to Alicante from Teesside | Ryanair

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