Yes I've been to Spain once, around 1998, IIRC. It was (I think) the very last of many camping holidays with my parents in the 80s/90s, mostly only in France. To explain, it was (presumably still is), a popular type of holiday for people in Britain. Various companies operate on numerous campsites across Europe, they put up their large tents and operate trailers (or mobile homes as they were called), throughout the summer season. People get to the campsites by driving all the way from the UK, much more often than flying and car hire (rental), I think. Though we did use French Motorail (cars loaded on a sleeper train), to get to the south of France.
Originally we stayed in tents, but had long switched to trailers by then because my parents found it more comfortable (I liked tents!). Anyway the Spanish holiday was near or on the coast, just north of Barcelona. We visited the city, I didn't particularly like it somehow, but maybe that was because it was a coach (big bus) excursion with limited time to explore, not an independent trip.
I was probably a bit disgusted by all the live animals for sale along the Ramblas! Overall, the Spanish part of that holiday was definitely worse than the French part, not great. The only highlight I recall was the Salvador Dali museum. Unlike on a very good French holiday in 1996, I found no-one to socialise with (not in France, either), it got boring not being able to go to the campsite disco. Maybe I was really too old for such holidays, by then. Though maybe that was the holiday where we met a friendly cat and hedgehogs, on a French site.
HYE tried to learn Spanish? (I'm still trying, but finding enough time/energy for it, is a huge problem