The 6 best casinos in Spain, Spain Gambling

The Spanish capital Madrid is home to the country's largest casino.
The Spanish capital Madrid is home to the country's largest casino.

Discover the best casinos in Spain to visit for a spot of gaming action during a city break or a trip to the country’s islands.

Spain. Land of sun, sea, sangría… and casinos. Spain is home to more than 50 casinos, so anyone planning a beach holiday on the islands or a weekend break to soak up the culture in cities like Madrid and Barcelona will also have the chance to enjoy some quality casino gaming.

There is a casino in Spain for all kinds of tastes, you can entertain yourself with endless options. But with so much choice, which are the best casinos to visit? Read on for our guide to the best casinos in Spain

1. Casino Barcelona

Barcelona is one of Europe’s favourite destinations for city breaks. It has Gaudi architecture, great culture, a beach, and Gran Casino Barcelona, located in Port Olímpic, just 15 minutes from the city centre.

This elegant and modern casino offers live music and artistic performances as well as a range of poker rooms, roulette tables, blackjack tables and classic slot machines. It has four restaurants, each with a particular proposition, plus several cocktail bars.

Carrer de la Marina, 19, 21, 08005 Barcelona.

2. Casino Gran Madrid Torrelodones

The Casino Gran Madrid Torrelodones is the biggest casino in Spain and also the most popular. Located at kilometre 29 on the capital’s A-6 motorway, it opened in 1981 and receives around half a million visitors a year. It offers strong international gastronomic options and shows as well as gaming.

It has rooms for private events, a virtual reality room and a sports space where boxing matches are held. It offers 38 table games, 25 poker tables and 200 gaming and video poker machines. You can also make sports bets in person.

The same group also runs Madrid’s more modern Casino Gran Madrid Colón.

Autovía A6 (Madrid – A Coruña), exit 27, 28250 Torrelodones, Madrid.

3. Casino Gran Canaria

This casino boasts an enviable beachfront location right on Playa del Inglés, the main hub for tourism in the capital of Las Palmas on Gran Canaria, one of the seven islands that make up the Canary Islands. 

It’s quite a small casino but the location in this tourist hub that boasts year-round sun makes it one of the most emblematic in Spain.

The casino offers poker, blackjack and slots. It hosts several major poker competitions every year.

Av. Alfereces Provisionales, 29, 35100 Maspalomas, Las Palmas.

4. Casino de Mallorca

Hopping over to another island, this time on the other side of Spain, this casino is one of Mallorca’s many attractions. Currently located in the commercial area in Porto Pi, in Palma de Mallorca, it’s a popular spot for both foreign and local tourists

Opposite the maritime station, it offers good food and cocktails every day from 10am. Gaming includes poker, blackjack, roulette and sports betting. There’s also a range of entertainment.

Av. de Gabriel Roca, 07015 Palma.

5. Casino de Ibiza

Sticking in the Balearic Islands, Casino de Ibiza boasts a privileged location by the sea on the legendary party island of Ibiza.

The casino is located in the Ibiza Gran Hotel complex and is notable for its collection of artwork by renowned international artists. It also has a high-quality offer of gastronomy and cocktails.

There’s a large space for slot machines and games rooms offering poker, blackjack and roulette, among others.

Passeig Joan Carles I, 17, 07800 Eivissa

6. Gran Casino Costa Brava

Back on the mainland, but staying on the coast, Gran Casino Costa Brava, in Lloret de Mar, is hugely popular with French visitors due to its proximity to Spain’s border with France. 

Like the majority of casinos on this list, this venue is again located close to the coast, making it a great option to combine with a beach holiday. There are plenty of accommodation options nearby in Lloret de Mar, while the casino offers a restaurant, auditorium, sportsbook, poker room and a VIP gaming room.

Av. Vila de Tossa, 27-43, 17310 Lloret de Mar, Girona

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