Spain remains one of Europe's most popular tourist destinations with its rich history, world renowned architecture, golden beaches and glorious sunshine.
How you holiday in Spain once you're there remains entirely your choice; with hotels, B&Bs and apartments plentiful. But one other great and popular way to holiday in Spain is by renting a self catering villa.Holiday rentals
are ideal if you're the type of person that loves your freedom and your own space, without having to worry about disturbing the room next door or having a 'pool closed by...' policy.
You don't even have to look hard to find some amazing villas available to rent for the duration of your stay in Spain, with prices comparable or even cheaper than hotel accommodation.
Of course, if you're willing to push the boat out there are even a range of luxury villas available to let, enabling you to live like a celebrity for a week or two.
One of the country's main attractions is its fantastic coastline and what you'll find with a lot of holiday lets of this variety, is that they are high in the hills offering unparalleled views of the coastline and sea – meaning you can wake up to a beautiful Spanish sunrise overlooking the sea each morning as you sip your coffee from the balcony of your self catering villa.
There has been uncertainty over the holiday rentals market in Spain recently with the Spanish government's proposals to enforce a holiday rental licence for every let offering services. Offering services can be anything from as little as supplying towels and toiletries to housekeeping and a pool cleaner.
However, Spanish property experts have reassured that the prospect of having to own a holiday rental licence if you plan to let your villa to a tourist should not deter investors from doing so, meaning the range of holiday rentals available for tourists should not be reduced any time soon.
Basking in the heat of the Spanish sunshine is not complete until you've done it poolside with a glass of San Miguel or a sangria, and what better way to do that in the peace and tranquility of your own villa?
Holidaying in a self catering villa is also a great way to get a taste of what it's like to live in Spain, should you have ever thought about the prospect of emigrating or owning your own holiday home. You're in charge of what you eat and when you eat, when it's lights out what's more – the ability to have your own barbecue!
Holiday lets are most definitely a great way to holiday in Spain and there's no doubt they will remain popular. If anything, it could be argued that the amount of self catering villas available to rent may increase given the state of the property market, as holiday home owners look to do everything they can to make money on their properties.
The article is written by www.spainspainspain.com