As third step, I would suggest that you go on to the internet and see what the various vacation rentals web sites and holiday home directories have to offer. There are so many interesting places in Spain where you can go. Chose some vacation properties and contact the owners of them. Ask for more pictures and information of the vacation home and maybe for some pictures and information about the district. Chose one of them and book it online. The most vacation rental owners accept credit card payments.
Book a cheap international plane tickets for your holidays and start your adventure.
Barcelona - chose vacation rental in the Spain's funkiest city -with plenty of restaurants and bars at reasonable prices. A typical Barcelona apartment has normally everything you would expect for a comfortable stay. Are you more likely to rent a modern apartment than a traditional? Barcelona has it all, including modernist architecture represented by Montaner, Domenech, Cadafalch and Puig with famous buildings like the Pedrera, also known as "Casa Mila" and the Casa Batllo, located on the Passeig de Gracia, and internationally portrayed in just about every postcard of the city. Your accommodation in Barcelona also include many other benefits of a stay in Eastern Spain, such as lots of good beaches nearby, as well as amenities and activities rounding the so-called Spanish Mediterranean experience. In fact, there are many Barcelona apartments close to the beach and near to famous Las Ramblas, combining the fascination of the sea with the majestic historic heart of the city. Travelers to Barcelona will want to visit La Rambla and Barri Gotic, a part of the city that has a medieval look which will take you back hundreds of years.
If you chose vacation home in the Guadalhorce valley, you'll find that you're never more than 25 minutes from the coast, which makes this area hugely popular among tourists.
Alhaurin - rent holiday home in area of outstanding natural beauty where life is lived in a traditional Spanish vein, with centuries of culture and tradition evident. Even though the town of Alhaurin has become very cosmopolitan, life maintains a Spanish feel. The town is famed for its many traditional celebrations, including the Feria de Mayo and El Dia de la Cruz in May, Dia de Jesus in June, and the Dia de la Virgin in August. In addition, the Easter week celebrations attract tourists from across Europe. Improvements are currently being made to the areas infrastructure. However, there are already two golf courses nearby, while the surrounding countryside offers plenty of hiking, cycling and climbing opportunities. Fans of outdoor activities will find that there are many leisure activities to pursue, while the beach is only 15 kilometres away. Alhaurin el Grande is a pretty town with whitewashed houses and colourful shutters. There are a number of attractions, including the 12th century Moorish Archway, the old Arabic fort and the Plaza del Ayuntamiento, with its Roman columns and town church.