A must see destination in Spain

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Arts, culture, gastronomy and nature all in one place!

With its own language and unique local customs, Catalonia feels distinct from the rest of Spain, and, beyond Barcelona, its four provinces unveil an astounding wealth of natural splendour.
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The blue sea of Costa Brava in Lloret de Mar

To rocky towers of Montserrat Mountain

The cathedral of Girona made famous by Games of Thrones

The mystical abbey of Montserrat

The castle of Tossa de Mar illuminated by night

The ancient Roman city of Tarragona in front of the Costa Daurada sea

Small white houses of Altafulla in front of the sea

The blue sea of Costa Brava in Lloret de Mar

The roman cloister of Santa Tecla Cathedral in Tarragona


Roman ruins stand as a testament to Catalonia's long history, and the Mediterranean beaches and spectacular mountains draw visitors from across the world. Even as the region has become more cosmopolitan, with the capital Barcelona one of the powerhouses of Europe, Catalans remain fiercely proud and protective of their distinct language and culture. Catalonia has produced world-famous artists like Salvador Dalí, the curvy architecture of Antoni Gaudí, and Barça football club. Not to mention a wide range of natural scenery and unique festivals and traditions. Pyrenean peaks loom above meadows and glittering lakes, plains are pock-marked with volcanic cones, rocky coves border sandy beaches and wind-blown capes give way to serene seaside paths and fertile vineyards. The Costa Brava’s shores are its biggest lure, though travellers will also uncover medieval architecture, Jewish history and culinary wizardry in Girona, and Dalí's gloriously surreal 'theatre-museum' in Figueres. Sitges, on the Costa Daurada, fizzes with summer fun and Modernista mansions. North, where the Pyrenees rise to 3000m, hiking trails weave between hushed valleys and outstanding Romanesque churches and monasteries crown lonely villages. Spinning back in time, the Roman ruins of Tarragona and Empúries rank among Spain’s most impressive, while entirely different landscapes await amid the Delta de l’Ebre’s shimmering wetlands.

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Luxury Hotels in Catalonia
Some of our top selection for an unfergettable stay in Catalonia
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Alàbriga Hotel & Home Suites GL


5* Luxury Hotel Costa Brava

5 star hotel

Hostal de la Gavina

S'agaró, Girona

5* Luxury Hotel

5 star hotel

Camiral PGA Hotel


Camiral Golf & Wellness

5 star hotel

Cala del Pi Hotel

Platja d'Aro, Girona

An Adutls Only Hotel

5 star hotel

Mas d'en Bruno


Grand Hotel Priorat

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