I’ve only been to one Spanish circuit, Park Moto (or should that be Parc Moto). I first went there in 2016 for two days, also taking the Simon Crafer Moto Vudo training. I enjoyed it so much, I went over there the following year for three days. Both times, it was “open circuit”, that being unlimited time on track for the whole day, with the exception of a compulsory lunch hour break.
In Spain, you can almost guarantee good weather, which is probably the main advantage over a UK circuit. Definitely find out if you’d be in grouped sessions or if it is open circuit. The latter is certainly better, but it probably more expensive. Open circuit leaves you in a much more relaxed state, and if affordable, I highly recommend it.
If the bike is being transported out there make sure of two things. Firstly that you get everything you need out there, transported with your bike. If you’re dropping the bike off to a pick-up point, make sure your have the correct clothing to get back home. Be a pity to drop the bike off and then realise you have not brought a pair of trainers to take a train back home. Secondly, make sure that your bike and all clothing and equipment that is being transported out there is fully covered and insured for damage, theft, fire etc. I cannot remember all the facts, but a few years ago, a transporter truck with a few dozen bikes on, was either stolen or there was an accident or a fire, sorry I’m typing this at 01:15.
If I ever do a Spanish track again, I’d like to ride out there, rather than have the toy taken out there for me. Yes, it does take a few days to ride out there, and I’d probably spend more on fuel and hotels than having the toy transported and taking a cheap flight out there, but I like riding on the continent, and the ride out there and back would be a great experience.
Another thing. The first time I went to Park Moto, I had to drop my toy of at a bike shop in Hampshire. The following year, I paid a bit extra and got the company to pick the bike up from my home.
The bike was put onto a special crate with all of my clothing & kit, and that was all wrapped in clingfilm. Hopefully the attached pictures shows that clearly.