5 tips for finding the perfect holiday villa


5 tips to find the perfect holiday villa in Catalonia whether in Girona, Barcelona, ​​Tarragona or Lleida and how to get the best value for money.

If you have arrived here it is because, in addition to looking for a holiday villa according to your criteria, you are a demanding consumer. Do you want to know that you are choosing the best holiday villa based on your criteria, that you are hiring at a fair price and that there will be no surprises? We give you 5 tips on how to get the best value for money.

1 - Think about the purpose of your holidays.

Do you want to spend a few days with your family or with friends? This will determine the capacity of the house that we need and in general, it will be a full rental holiday villa. This will allow access to the kitchen and facilities exclusively.

2 - Find out about the environment and the possibilities that the holiday villa can offer you.

Try to find a place where it has a reasonable distance to all the places you want to visit and especially that access to the accommodation is easy. 

3 - It requires that the accommodation have a tourist license.

By law, the holiday house where you stay must always send to you the confirmation documentation when you make the reservation.

4 - Do not hesitate to ask about the equipment of the holiday house.

The offer of holiday houses is very wide and each one has different conditions. Do not hesitate to ask what the price includes, if you have doubts. Some essential elements are central heating in all rooms, towels, blankets, sheets, toilet paper, kitchen utensils... Does your holiday villa have a fireplace? ask for firewood if it is included. If the accommodation has a barbecue, ask for charcoal.

5 - Contact the holiday villa directly.

Try to locate the holiday accommodation that interests you, check their website or speak directly with the owner. There are many platforms that charge 10-15% of the total price of the stay and if you contact the holiday villa directly, you can save the commission.