Where To Stay In Spain In February

If you are in need of a holiday in February - Spain is the ideal destination. Whether you are looking for a romantic couples getaway for Valentine's Day or a break with your family, find your perfect holiday accommodation in Spain. Choose from cities bursting with culture to locations with an epic nature offering.


The temperatures in Tenerife are around 20 degrees making it one of the hottest places in February in Spain. Book a holiday villa in Tenerife and explore the island's impressive volcanic landscapes. There are many opportunities to get outside and get active choose from mountain biking, paragliding or hiking.

The Teide National Park is a must-visit for everyone who visits Tenerife in February. One of the most popular excursions is to experience the sunrise, 3718 metres above sea level - a climb not for the faint-hearted. If you reach the summit you will be met with breathtaking views of the Atlantic and other Islands in the Canaries. Breath the fresh, cold air and admire the ice-covered rock formations, some climbers have even witnessed the volcano fuming. 

Escape to Tenerife in February and experience the most famous festival on the island's calendar - Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnival. The pleasant climate brings people out onto the streets. The incentive is to enjoy parades of people in costume and music flowing through the streets of San Jose, Villalba Hervás, Plaza de España and Plaza del Príncipe.


Almond blossom in full bloom in the Valley del Pop in Alcalalí

The average temperature in February in Alicante is around 17 degrees. This is perfect for exploring the province and partaking in outdoor activities. In the north of the province, find the magical place, Pop Valley just 10 km from the tourist destinations of Calpe or Moraira. In February this valley transforms into a carpet of pink flowers with the almond trees in full bloom. The flower festival is held in February, dedicated to the beauty of the almond blossom.

Calpe in Alicante is home to the Peñón de Ifach, the city's most iconic emblem. This rock offers several trails to climb up the 332 metres and enjoy breathtaking views from the top. Explore the old town of Calpe, one of the most charming places in the province of Alicante. Wander through its cobbled streets, colourful staircases and enjoy the aroma of flowers adorning the balconies.

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The Cartuja Monastery in Jerez

Jerez de la Frontera is located in the province of Cádiz. Known as the capital of Sherry, this beautiful Andalusian town is perfect for a cultural getaway. Immerse yourself in its world-renowned traditions of flamenco, equestrian culture and Sherry wine.

In February the internationally known Jerez Flamenco Festival takes place. Rent an apartment in Jerez to experience authentic flamenco shows in different theatres, cellars and Tablaos (traditional tapas bars) over a two week period. 

One of the best things to do in Jerez is to visit their famous bodegas. Tio Pepe is one of the most iconic wineries and was established over 200 years ago. You can book tapas tours that will take you by train through the vineyards and gardens of the wineries. These tours end with Andalusian tapas tasting accompanied by of course a sherry. 

Stroll around the city and visit the landmarks of Plaza del Arenal, the Cathedral of Jerez (built on the ruins of a mosque), and the Monumental Ensemble of The Alcazar.

Catalan Pyrenees

One of the best months to ski in the Catalan Pyrennes is February. Baqueira Beret in Val d'Aran, Lleida is the largest and most popular destination for skiing holidays in Spain. Practise your favourite winter sports as the area is home to 156 km of ski slopes, a freestyle area, and 3 cross-country skiing routes.

Disconnect for a few days and rent holiday accommodation in Baqueira at the foot of the ski slopes. Even if winter sports are not your forte, this area is perfect for a rural getaway in Spain. Take a snowmobile excursion or a sleigh ride pulled by huskies at dusk. A magical experience with the path lit by moonlight it's the best way to explore the stunning landscape of the Catalan Pyrenees.

Dog sledge in the snow in the Catalan Pyrenees

Visit the villages of Val d´Aran, starting with Vielha, the capital of the valley. Stroll through the enchanting streets displaying typical Aranese architecture. Admire the facades of houses with exposed stone combined with the wood of the doors and windows, like something out of a fairytale.

For lovers of gastronomic tourism, in Vielha take advantage of typical Aranese cuisine - a mixture of French, Basque and Aranese cuisine. Tuck into pintxos, different cheeses, wines, meats and mushrooms from the valley. The "olla aranesa" is the star dish of this area composed of vegetables, meats, legumes, rice and noodles, the perfect winter warmer. 


In the south of Valencia is Bocairente, one of the most charming villages in Spain. One of the best times to visit is in February when the Festival of Moors and Christians of Bocairente takes place. The town is transformed into a medieval battleground for Moors and Christians. Holiday in Valencia in February and relive chapters of Spanish history. Join in with the street parties that take place over the week including fireworks, music, colourful parades and processions.

An hour away from Bocairente is the city of Valencia, the third-largest city in Spain. There are many places to stay in Valencia city, depending on the type of holiday you are seeking. Discover new flavours in the famous Central Market and visit the famous City of Arts and Sciences. 

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February is, of course, the most romantic month of the year. Surprise your other half with a romantic city break to one of Spain's most beautiful cities. February is a good month to visit Sevilla, as temperatures are considerably higher than the rest of Europe, hovering around 18 degrees. 

There are many neighbourhoods to stay in Sevilla, each one unique. Stroll through the streets of the Triana district, walk around Maria Luisa Park and take the iconic couple's picture at Plaza de España. Walk around the neighbourhood of Santa Cruz and get lost in the romantic vibes of the cluttered streets full of charm and legend. In the evening, watch the sunset from the Puente de Triana, then head to a flamenco show at a traditional tablao.