Gatwick Airport now has direct flights to Malaga (Costa del Sol, Andalusia), Seville (Andalusia), Granada (Andalusia), Almería (Andalusia), Cádiz (Jerez, Andalusia), Menorca (Balearic Islands), Oviedo (Asturias) and A Coruña (Galicia).
If you fancy a break in Spain for a few days, now it’s easier than ever! Vueling is adding another five destinations to the list of routes that already connect London and Spain. Now’s your chance to discover these cities (if you haven’t been there yet!) which rival Madrid and Barcelona. Each one of them has its own character, an interesting cultural programme and delicious gastronomy, and typical good weather that will enable you to visit any time of the year.
- London - Malaga
- London - Seville
- London - Granada
- London - Cádiz (Jerez)
- London - Menorca (Mahon)
- London - A Coruña
- London - Almería
- London – Oviedo (Asturias)
Cheap flights from London (Gatwick) to Malaga
Malaga is especially known for being the capital of the Costa del Sol – a perfect beach destination where you can soak up the sun and taste delicious “espetos” (fish skewers) at the end of the day. But Malaga has so much more to offer and you’re sure to love all the things you can do here if you decide to come for a long weekend. Did you know, for example, that a Pompidou Museum opened in Malaga in 2015?
Cheap flights from London (Gatwick) to Seville
Seville is a city where monuments abound, where you can just wander around aimlessly and enjoy tapas any time of day. Don’t miss the cathedral and the Giralda, Plaza de España, María Luisa Park, Alcázar and Triana neighbourhood. If you come during the really hot months, we recommend this tour of Seville by night, to discover a different side of this sunny city.
Cheap flights from London (Gatwick) to Granada
Granada’s most iconic landmark is undoubtedly the Alhambra: it’s one of those buildings that you have to see at least once in a lifetime. It comes as no surprise that it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984. A little tip: book your tickets to the Alhambra to make sure you don’t miss out, and it will save you having to queue up. But the Alhambra isn’t the only reason to visit Granada – you also have the Albaicín neighbourhood, the cathedral, Carrera del Darro and Paseo de los Tristes, to name but a few; as well as world-famous mouth-watering tapas
Cheap flights from London (Gatwick) to Menorca
Who hasn’t heard about the wonderful beaches and coves of Menorca? Majorca’s little sister is definitely one of the top destinations for your summer holidays, or even spring, because sun and sand is not the only thing this island has to offer. Menorca is also about culture and cuisine. If you go and explore the villages and taste the typical “caldereta de llagosta” (lobster stew), you’ll see that there’s something about this island that makes it very special.
Cheap flights from London (Gatwick) to A Coruña
Galicia, in the northwest of Spain, for centuries has been a land of legends about the sea, mermaids and, especially, “meigas” (which is what they call witches). It’s a land shrouded in mystery that is well worth visiting, and A Coruña is a great place to start. This city boasts the oldest lighthouse still in use in the world, Torre de Hércules, and the longest promenade in Europe. And, of course, it’s a great place to enjoy the famous fish and shellfish that give Galician gastronomy a good name.