14 July 2020Blog
Chartering a private jet to Spain is very simple and, with CIELO Aviation, you can enjoy all the comforts of our services and travel in peace to an extremely charming destination.
Discover everything the Iberian Peninsula has to offer, culture, breath-taking landscapes, 3.500 miles of coastline, big cities, multiple leisure opportunities and much more, thanks to this article of CIELO Aviation.
Exploring Spain is always an amazing experience, whether you travel for business or pleasure. With CIELO Aviation, flying has never been so simple and comfortable: you only need to charter your business jet to Spain comfortably online. In this way, you can reach your destination in a short time, without stopovers or detours, enjoying all the benefits of travelling comfortably and in total relax. A private charter flight to Spain offers countless benefits:
- ground service (which complies with the highest standards of quality, ensuring the utmost discretion for its passengers);
- exclusive check-in, separated from people travelling on scheduled flights;
- fast pre-flight procedures.
Efficient security controls, without long and tedious waiting times. Choosing a private jet, you have the freedom to choose the most comfortable times and to avoid endless waits, with the tranquillity of a check-in and luggage boarding simple and fast.
Barcelona is the cosmopolitan city par excellence, full of original leisure offers that lead tourists to visit it several times. Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and known for Gaudi and its modernist architecture, Barcelona is one of the trendiest European capitals where you can fully enjoy the Catalan spirit and walk around the historical centre, going shopping in its luxury shops.
The capital of countless attractions. Madrid, which is lively and never sleeps, is famous for being an open city where people of all kinds and all places mingle. The Madrid nightlife is unmissable; attractions of all kinds, elegance, joy of life and luxury intertwine at any time of the day.
Malaga is a city known for attracting many tourists; the historical and culturally rich city of Malaga is full of entertainment, young people, luxury hotels ad many curiosities to discover.
After a significant renovation in recent years, it is one of the first reference ports for travellers looking for luxury, with a wide range of wonderful five-star hotels and private villas that offer stunning sea views and make it a destination of great attraction.
The long strip of Costa Blanca is one of the main coasts of the Spanish holidays, crowded and animated by tourists who arrive in the summer months looking for one of the best beaches of Spain. Here you can still find one or two charming and authentic fishing villages, like those of Xàbia and Altea. Denia is a great choice for those who want the best of both worlds, a mixture of beach resorts and traditional fishing towns, as well as being a paradise for food lovers, luxury and tradition.
Just like the Costa Blanca, the Basque Country are a region that boasts a wide range of beautiful holiday destinations. Exploring the Basque Country is easy: you only have to head towards the main city of Bilbao, the largest in the region, to spend a cultural day and enjoy many luxurious boutiques, cafes and restaurants.
Often seen as one of the party capitals of the Mediterranean – second only to the nearby island of Ibiza – Mallorca was often neglected by the luxury traveller, but things have changed. It is one of the most iconic islands in the world, almost made to become the innovative tourist destination that is today. Many luxury resorts are located near the main areas of the nightlife, but also for those looking for a more restful and exclusive holiday there are quiet and breath-taking corners for a complete relaxation.
Where the Mediterranean becomes a city. A place of contrasts that offers visitors a charming old town, along with many futuristic buildings. This is Valencia, one of the most hospitable cities in Spain, where you can spend a few days. Besides the cultural effervescence of its streets, it is always a pleasure to take a bath or a walk on its Mediterranean beaches. Of course, it is essential to try its typical dish, the “paella” (the real one!), and other delicacies such as the “clóchinas” and the “horchata”.
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