Women Only Tours in Spain


With its magnificent monuments, beautiful beaches, majestic mountains, and sophisticated social life, Spain enchants millions of visitors every year. Many famous and influential artists including Velazquez, Goya and Picasso hail from Spain. Meet people, visit places and learn about the events that shaped our world. Ponder at how art can showcase the world just as it is, while beautifully opening doors to the universe beyond.

  • Best Time to Travel

    April-June (Spring), September-October (Autumn)

  • Curent Weather

    11oC, Mostly Sunny

  • Area Code


  • Population

    4.66 crores

Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Nightlife
  • Festivals
  • Places

Shopping in Spain

"As the world's biggest olive oil producer, Spain produces some of the world's best olive oil. Take home a bottle of extra virgin olive oil for that salad dressing you love munching on.

When in Spain, buy wine, especially the cava sparkling wine. Wine in Spain is cheaper than just about any country in the world so take home a bottle.

Head to the local stores and pick out some fab scarves or the abanico (traditional fan) in numerous colours and designs and styles as great souvenirs from Spain.

Ladies, you'd definitely love the Flamenco dress, which hugs your body up to mid-thigh before flaring out in layers of ruffles. Choose from a variety of colours, patterns, styles, and get ready to dance.

One of the most searched items by tourists, Castanets produce clicks or rattling sounds when held in the hand and struck together. In Spain, it is used to add beats to the traditional dances.

A major producer of saffron, Spain has grown this spice in Castilla La Mancha, where you can buy this flavourful spice.

Redecorate your interiors with Spanish hand-crafted pottery and ceramics. You can also buy Paella pans, leather bags, Jamon Iberico (cured ham), bullfighting posters and more as souvenirs."


Nights never end in Spain. You can spot the most famous clubs and discos in places like Ibiza, the Costa del Sol and Benidorm to name just a few. It's time to dance, really get down with the music and find the liveliest areas in the cities with the most exciting nightlife. There are also several beach clubs in Spain where you can party all night by the beach. Could it get better? In Spain, definitely YES!


"Carnival in Tenerife: The carnival capital of Europe dedicates the entire month of February to celebrations, filled with fun, colour, glitter and glamour. The numerous contests, parades and parties offer plenty of entertainment.

Three Kings' Day (Jan 5-6): The annual Spanish festival of traditional gift-giving is celebrated throughout Spain with the biggest processions held in the major cities.

The Fallas: A must-have experience in Valencia is the Fallas, usually in mid-March, when huge, colourful statues fill the city's squares and streets. This week-long festival of fireworks comes with spectacular music shows, but the real highlight is when the effigies are burnt on the final night of the festival.

La Tomatina: An event that began 70 years ago, La Tomatina is held on the last Wednesday of August. The most fun event of the year has thousands of people throwing ripe tomatoes at each other, much like the Indian festival of Holi!

The Holy Week (Semana Santa): Held during Easter, this holy week is packed with processions and other religious celebrations. One of the top events for everyone in Spain, entire families come to witness the impressive parades, often bringing chairs and snacks with them."


"Barcelona is without a doubt Spain's cultural capital. Visit the Picasso museum and old villages like Barri Gotic, dating back to the Roman Empire, or simply laze by the La Barceloneta beach.

Madrid's vibrant neighbourhoods are also worth a visit, with stunning parks, enviable shopping and classic art in the Prado Museum.

Spend some time in Seville's outdoor cafes and ride on one of the horse-drawn carriages meandering through pastel-hued plazas.

In Valencia, experience classic architecture at the city's Cathedral and Plaza Ayuntamiento, as well as modern sites like the City of Arts and Sciences and the Valencia Institute of Modern Art.

Other places you can explore are San Sebastian, Granada, Canary Islands, Guggenheim Museum and the stunning coastline of Costa Brava.

Don't forget to visit Spain's best art galleries, especially Museo del Prado, Reina Sofia, Sorolla Museum and Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid; Guggenheim Museum and Picasso Museum in Barcelona."

Things to Carry

" Dress and pack according to the season you will be visiting in
Add high-cut water-proof boots, comfortable sandals & walking shoes to your list
Accessorise with hats, sunglasses, scarves in summers & wool beanies, gloves in winter
Pack a torch, multi-tool knife, lighter & matches for your many outdoor adventures
Carry extra storage disks, chargers for cameras & phones to capture those perfect memories
Stay safe and healthy by carrying your prescribed medicines for the duration of the tour"

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