Sun, beaches, mountains, pa amb tomàquet, Gaudi, medieval routes, Pyrenees, calçots, Romanesque architecture, Dali, human castles, crema catalana... Catalonia offers plenty of activities to do and places to visit.
With 360 miles of coastline extending from Cabo de Creus on the French border to the Ebro Delta, and a huge cultural heritage forged in the Middle Ages and brilliantly enriched by Modernist artists, Catalonia has deservedly become one of the most visited destinations in Europe.
To the north, in the province of Girona, you’ll find the Costa Brava, with its Camí de Ronda coastal path, crystal-clear waters and a landscape full of rugged cliffs and fishing villages. To the south is Tarragona and the so-called Costa Daurada, with over 60 beaches and swathes of rural land.
From dancing the night away at an electronic music festival to sipping a glass of red next to a roaring fire in a typical country farmhouse. From visiting the latest trends at a museum to discovering countryside traditions. Family tourism, adventure tourism, business tourism, that's Catalonia: a plethora of rhythms, landscapes and tastes that will help you find your ideal choice to visit.