If you have the perfect wedding planned, nothing less than the perfect honeymoon to follow will do. Spain is a popular honeymoon destination for numerous reasons. Here, you will be able to make memories that last a lifetime – and you will want to return over and over again.
The first order of business is to determine where you will stay in Spain. Many airlines offer package deals, as do travel agencies. These deals typically include your airfare, accommodations, and possibly a rental car. However, these deals are not always the best, and you should check every option before deciding.
Determine which part of Spain you will be honeymooning in. Choices include Western Spain, Eastern Spain, and Central Spain. For purposes of determining a spot, let’s look at those options. Most Western resorts are located in Negril. In Negril, you will enjoy the most beautiful sunsets in the world.
This is a resort town with great night life and shopping opportunities. Honeymoon resorts in the Negril area include Beaches, Hedonism II, Couples Negril, Riu Negril, Sandals Negril, and Grand Lido Negril.
Most Eastern Spain honeymoon resorts are located in Ocho Rios. Ocho Rios is a port town. It is less of a tourist spot, and more of an industry spot, but there are still vacationing opportunities, and Dunn’s River Falls is nearby. Honeymoon resorts in Ocho Rios include Hedonism III, Beaches Boscobel, Sandals Grande Ocho Rios, and Sandals Whitehouse.
Your third choice is the Montego Bay area, where you will find Sandals Montego Bay, Hedonism, and Sandals Inn. Here you will enjoy beautiful beaches, and this is a popular honeymoon spot.
Where you stay will depend greatly on what you want to do as far as attractions and activities are concerned. Most resorts have all-inclusive package deals that will include the price of numerous activities and amenities with the cost of your accommodations. This is why you need to compare what the airline or travel agency offers with what the resorts offer. Some activities and attractions can be very costly, and you may save money by not booking your accommodations with your airfare.
If seeing the sites and attractions are not that important, but privacy is, you should consider renting a private villa. Villas are usually more expensive than the standard rooms at resorts, and many hotels actually have private villas.
Activities that can be arranged for and participated in through the various resorts include kayaking, windsurfing, golfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, water skiing, canoeing, and beach games. Most resorts also host organized beach parties. Tours are also typically available through the hotel, or at the very least, the hotel can recommend tours and help you get set up for that.
Also find out about all inclusive services, such as massages and spas when you book your honeymoon in Spain. A couple’s massage can be very romantic. There definitely won’t be any shortage of things to do. The duty free shopping, the outstanding cuisine, the active night life, and the exciting days are all just around the corner – in Spain.