An undeniable fact about Spain is that it is a family-friendly destination with top-notch accommodation facilities and transportation, good food to satisfy anyone, and an immeasurable range of tourist attractions that appeal to both kids and adults.


  • Mediterranean Spain

Spain’s coastline may be a total cliché for summer holidays, but it’s still an awesome place to be if you are with your family for a holiday in Spain. From Catalonia in the North to Andalucía in the Southern region, you’ll see the gentle waters of the beaches and different kids-friendly activities and attractions.

  • Barcelona

A wax museum, theme parks, a chocolate museum and all other types of museums with interactive displays, beaches and gardens are one of the things you can find in Barcelona. This city is one of the friendliest cities for children in Spain.

  • Inland Spain

You may not consider Spain’s interior to be the first place you go for a family holiday but when you see the tiny villages, fascinating cities and the concentrations of castles in the city, you’ll realize it’s worth considering.


Spaniards love to things dearly- children and food. Children are always welcome into sit-down restaurants or even busy bars. Truly, you’ll hardly feel uncomfortable as you have your kids running around because the more formal the place, the more uncomfortable you’ll probably feel.

The ample outdoor terraces or patio is perfect for families in summer, but you have to be careful because it’s very possible to lose sight of kids wandering around the crowd.

Also, you shouldn’t always expect to see most restaurants with tronas (high chairs), but many restaurants do these days.


  • Playa de la Concha, San Sebastian
  • Aiguablava &Fornells
  • Cala Sant Vicenc
  • Menorca
  • Zahara de los Atunes


  • Alcazar, Segovia
  • Park Guell and Casa Batllo
  • Catillo de Loarre, Aragon
  • Casa Colgades, Cuenca
  • Estadio Santiago Bernabeu and Camp Nou
  • Museo Guggenheim Bilbao


  • Expect people to kiss your kids, offer them sweets and even pinch their cheeks
  • Always make sure you ask for extra tapas when you are in a bar
  • Ask the tourist officer for the nearest park or children’s playgrounds
  • Bring your own crayons and papers to restaurants

Which destination do you consider the best place to visit in Spain?