Spain is a large country and if you include the islands, which we will, there is a season for each part of the country. Let's match the best season to the best region for you:
If you want to go on holiday in Spain in spring, you should prefer the southernmost regions. Besides the Canary Islands, this is above all Andalusia on the Spanish mainland. Here in southern Spain, pleasant temperatures and sunshine can be expected as early as the middle/end of February. Spring is also a good time to take a tour of Andalusia. At the end of April, beginning of May, it also gets warmer on the northern sections of the Spanish central coast.
Those who want to spend their holidays in Spain in the summer are usually looking for sun and beach. Beautiful seaside resorts are located on the Costa de Luz. There is usually some wind on the Spanish Atlantic coast, which is certainly an advantage at this time of year. For a camping holiday with family, the excellent campsites on the Costa Brava are a recommendation. A nice holiday destination in summer is the green northern Spanish Atlantic coast. The regions of the Basque Country, Cantabria, and Asturias are particularly recommended as destinations.
A special attraction in Navarre is the bright colours of the forests in the varied landscapes between the Pyrenees and the plain of the river Ebro. Wine lovers take a tour through the wine region of La Rioja. From mid-September, the grape harvest begins and with it the time of the wine festivals. And of course, autumn is again a good time to visit Andalusia. It is possible to hike until November.
In winter, the Canary Islands off the coast of West Africa once again attract visitors with pleasant temperatures, lots of sunshine and varied holiday offers such as water sports, hiking or simply lazing around.