VIVA ESPANA! One day after the Summer solstice, Spain is fully opening its borders following one of the toughest lockdowns in Europe.
We have seen an unprecedented demand over the last few weeks, as the date becomes closer, for travel to Spain. As one of the most popular countries in Europe for second homes, people are clamouring to get back to their vacation properties.
The most popular destinations that Smart are arranging flights for are Palma de Mallorca and Malaga, both easily reachable within a few hours. Aircraft types we have now confirmed include Mustang, CJ2, XLS, Hawker800, Legacy600 and CL850.
Smart Aviation Managing Director Mark Hawkins said ‘It’s been an exciting couple of weeks in the office with huge demand due to the gradual easing of lockdown across Europe. Huge praise to the team for pulling together to assist our Private Jet division.’
As Europe opens up even more, these appealing Spanish destinations should be on your wish list so to arrange your trip, feel free to contact Smart now to discuss any plans. We are fully up to date regarding travel restrictions.
Here we have a brief look at our popular Spanish destinations.
While justifiably renowned for its beautiful beaches and weather, there is a lot more to this picturesque island in the Balearic than meets the eye. As the largest Island in Spain, the capital Palma offers sightseeing amongst the cathedrals and cobbled streets as well as being its vibrant and lively hub. Further afield there are pretty mountain villages to explore as well as the more infamous beach resorts.
Sister island to Mallorca, Ibiza offers an experience like no other. As one of Europe’s favourite nightlife playgrounds. Ibiza boasts more than 100 miles of coastline with some 50 beaches, plus plenty of restaurants, bars, and water sports—and clubs, of course. The White Island will enchant you with its infamous sunsets and quieter coastal villages where you can find peace and tranquillity.
The province of Malaga is located in southern Spain, in the region of Andalucía, on the shores of the Mediterranean sea. Its coastline is commonly referred to as the Costa del Sol and extends along 161km with a backdrop of majestic mountains. Inland there are numerous traditional white washed villages. Beaches range from busy and vibrant with bars and restaurants to quiet isolated small coves, where your only company can be the soothing lap of the surf. For the golfers there are many courses some being of world-class golf standard. The local cuisine is full of seafood and shellfish and with an average of 300 days of sunshine a year it has a wonderful sub-tropical Mediterranean climate.
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