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Top places to visit in Spain

Cheap flights to Spain from $216 One Way, $113 Round Trip

$113 return flights and $216 one-way flights to Spain were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.


Deals For This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
AMS Málaga Jun 27 - Jul 8 $113
ORY Palma de Mallorca Jun 27 - Jul 1 $123
BCN Málaga Jun 25 - Jul 16 $151
FCO Palma de Mallorca Jun 26 - Jul 3 $180
FCO Palma de Mallorca Jun 26 - Jul 3 $180
AMS Palma de Mallorca Jun 26 - Jul 3 $180
CDG Manises Jun 26 - Jun 28 $182
FRA Málaga Jun 26 - Jul 6 $184
FCO Elche Jun 25 - Jun 30 $201
BCN Granadilla de Abona Jun 26 - Jun 30 $236
FRA Barcelona Jun 26 - Jul 3 $241
ORY Elche Jun 25 - Jun 30 $245
DUS Granadilla de Abona Jun 27 - Jul 10 $259
DUS Elche Jun 26 - Jun 29 $388
JFK Seville Jun 27 - Jul 8 $603
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Cheap Flights to Spain

Spain’s long, sandy Atlantic beaches and intimate Mediterranean coves get over 300 days of sun a year – yet book a cheap flight to Spain today and much more awaits. Moorish palaces, majestic mountains, fantastical cathedrals, cutting-edge fashion designers, endless tapas, a relaxed lifestyle and a nightlife that starts late but never finishes till early the next day.

When to Book Flights to Spain

If it’s the Iberian sun that you seek, then it may not be in short supply but your best time to book a flight is between June and September. At this time, Spain is pretty much guaranteed sunshine and perfect beach weather.

Having said that, Spanish cities such as Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Granada and Santiago de Compostela provide fantastic city break destinations at any time of the year. The summer heat does sometimes get a little uncomfortable for too much walking around, so you may prefer to time your visit to the cooler spring or fall months.

As well as beautiful beaches and culture-packed cities, Spain is also home to some beautiful countryside. Head to the Sierra Nevada and the Spanish Pyrenees in the winter months for skiing or visit the country’s northern coast for a choice of fantastic walking and cycling routes.

How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Spain

Orbitz makes tracking down those low-cost flights to Spain easy. Here are some ways you can find the best deals when you search.

By filtering your results, it can be easier to find exactly what you are looking for and to highlight those bargains. Narrow down your search to only direct or connecting flights and exclude refundable or non-refundable flights. It is often the case that connecting flights can offer a lower priced airfare without greatly adding to your travel time and, invariably, non-refundable flights offer a cheaper way to travel.

Use our ‘Nearby airports’ option to look for cheaper flights from alternative US airports or to check other Spanish arrival points. These minor adjustments to your travel plans can reveal significant cost savings.

It’s also worth checking the tick box labelled ‘My dates are flexible’. This will return alternative, and often cheaper, airfares to Spain around your chosen departure and arrival dates.

Main Airports in Spain

Many of Spain’s major cities are home to international airports. The busiest air hubs for American flights are Madrid-Barajas Airport, Barcelona Airport and Malaga-Costa Del Sol Airport.

Madrid-Barajas Airport has its own metro stations, while Barcelona’s RENFE train service will get you into the city center in less than half an hour.

Malaga Airport is served by the Cercanías C-1 train line, which arrives at Fuengirola, one of the busiest resorts of the region.

Passengers flying to the Canary Islands will usually land at Tenerife Airport and Gran Canaria Airport, while Palma De Mallorca Airport is the main point of entry for the Balearic Islands.

Which Airlines Fly to Spain?

Carriers offering direct flights from America to Spain include:

  • American Airlines
  • Iberia
  • Air Europa
  • Delta
  • United
  • Norwegian

In addition, there are around 50 carriers offering connecting flights from many US destinations.

How to Get Around in Spain

Spain’s extensive public transport system offers trains linking most major cities and there are complementary or supplementary bus services running regularly.

Car hire is also a good option for those looking to explore the country – rental vehicles are available from most major airports, resorts and cities.

Internal flights are the quickest way to travel across the country, especially if you need to get from one end of Spain to the other, and plenty of budget flights can be booked in advance on Orbitz.

Places to Visit in Spain


Stroll down Las Ramblas, sun yourself on the city’s beaches and admire the handiwork of modernist architect Antoni Gaudi, including the stunning and still unfinished Sagrada Familia and the atmospheric Park Guell.


This is where the Moorish influence can be keenly felt amid cities and coast that rival Arabian countries’ heat. Seville and Cordoba all boast architecture that fuses east and west, but it’s in Granada’s 9th century Alhambra Palace that Andalusian architecture is at its most spectacular.

Sierra Nevada

From blistering heat it’s not too far to travel to reach Europe’s most southerly ski resort.


A treasure trove of museums and art galleries offers Madrid’s civilized side but a riotous fashion scene and extravagant nightlife ensure that things get wild as well.

Tips for Traveling in Spain

Spain remains very much a Catholic country and, apart from on the fully-fledged resorts, most shops, restaurants and attractions are closed on Sundays. Many may also shut between 2pm and 5pm every day for siesta.

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