The series features three different ceramic designs, each with their own dedicated shade.
Vejer, which is ornate where the other two are graphic, introduces splashes of aquamarine and a dusty, olive tree green.
The tiles' Spanish heritage is also evidenced in their surface patterns, as for example in Pals' trapezoid cut-outs, which reference the terraces found in the town after which it is named.
"The collection is reminiscent of relaxed sunny days in Spain and has a timeless feel that could work inside or out," said Bert & May founder Lee Thornley.
The tiles are encaustic, meaning their colours and unique tactile patterns are created not through glaze but by layering different kinds of clay.
They are made from Brighton stone and hand-poured by artisans in the southern region of Andalucía.