Spain Summer Travel – Female Packing List

Travel Packing List for 14 Days during August in Spain: Malaga, Marbella, Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, and Ibiza

Wandering through the streets of Spain brings an overwhelming sense of culture. Young friends rough-house, snap selfies, and chat animatedly along the beaches. Glasses of wine are thoughtfully sipped and served aplenty. Gaudi’s impressive designs are peppered throughout Barcelona. Pintxos with tantalizing cured meats, salty fish, and rough-chopped vegetables call out; begging to be eaten with a glass of beer. It’s hard not to become instantly enamored in this space. Here is an international travel packing list for your trip to Spain.



I made sure all of my belongings fit in an international-sized suitcase and comfortable backpack. This made getting around so easy!

  Everything on this list can be packed into a carry-on suitcase and a backpack, which makes transporting via car, train, bus, or air a breeze. Not all roads are smoothly paved, so you may want to keep this in mind if you plan on bringing a large suitcase (unless you want to go clickety-clacking down cobblestone). 
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Travel Necessities


Staying connected is important to me, so I always make sure I travel with a mobile hotspot device (or two with a large group).



Spain is stylish! I wanted to make sure I was ready for walking, beach time, and nights out in Ibiza.



  • 4 Shorts (black, tan, white, white lace) 
  • 1 Skinny jean (blue) 
  • Maxi skirt (poppy red) 
  • Capris (white)
  • 3 Pajama bottoms
Hot Spanish summers are REAL! I practically lived in shorts the entire time.



  • 3 Dresses (2 for a night out and 1 casual daytime)
  • 2 Sleeping shirts
  • 1 Light sweater 
  • 7 Light-weight blouses
  • 3 Camisoles
  • 5 Cotton / mixed blend tank tops 
  • 1 Black blazer 


A myriad of colorful tops set me up for success on this international trip to Spain.



It’s easy to spruce up any outfit with a few accessories.

Toiletries (travel-friendly)

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Sagrada Família designed by the brilliant Catalan Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona, Spain.


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