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  • Barcelona.

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    Barcelona. (Catalonia) http://www.barcelonaturisme.com/. Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is a Mediterranean and cosmopolitan city with Roman remains, medieval quarters and the most beautiful examples of 20th century Modernism and avant-garde. It is no surprise that emblematic constructions by t…

  • Besalú.

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    Besalú. Girona. (Catalonia) Besalú, in the province of Girona, is a monumental example of the Catalan Middle Ages. Located in the region of La Garrotxa, the town is only steps away from the spectacular scenery of the Volcanic Zone of La Garrotxa Nature Reserve, on the last spurs of the eastern secti…

  • Castelldefels.

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    Castelldefels. Barcelona. (Catalonia) http://www.castelldefelsturisme.com. Castelldefels is located at the heart of Costa del Garraf, between the mountainous landscape of the massif of Garraf and the Mediterranean. More than five kilometres worth of fine beaches are found there, only a few minutes a…

  • Colera.

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    Colera. Girona. (Catalonia) Incredible beaches and a small fishing village. Several prehistoric funereal monuments show that Platja d'Aro was an important settlement in the most distant times. There is also evidence of Roman presence in the village, from the Plá de Palol archaeological site. The roo…

  • Figueres.

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    Figueres. Girona. (Catalonia) Figueres, county capital of Alt Empordà, extends over a river plain situated inland in the province of Girona. Known as the home of Salvador Dalí, this town with deep Catalan roots offers visitors the chance to go to the Dalí Theatre-Museum, dedicated to the genius of s…

  • Llançà.

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    Llançà. Girona. (Catalonia) Located in Alt Empordà, only 160 km away from Barcelona, and 15 km away from the border with France, the village of Llançá has become a popular holiday destination for those seeking peace and quiet.The town is also remarkable because of its historic-artistic heritage, of …

  • Lérida.

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    … Lleida. Lleida. (Catalonia) In the centre of the fertile plain of the river Segre sits Lleida, a city which has played host to several cultures through its history. Prominent atop a hill in the historic quarter of the city is the old cathedral or Seu Vella, symbol of the capital.  .…

  • Palamós.

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    Palamós. Girona. (Catalonia) This town with excellent beaches and leisure opportunities is set right on the Costa Brava, on the coast of the province of Girona. The broken coastal relief provides both wide beaches and coves with clear water among the rocks. Its great variety of hotel establishments …

  • Reus.

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    Reus. Tarragona. (Catalonia) Reus is not only the birthplace of Gaudí and one of Catalonia's most culturally active towns, but also stands at a crossroads which makes it the perfect stopping point for browsing its historic quarter and doing a little shopping. Visitors could start their tour in the P…

  • Ribes de Freser.

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    Ribes de Freser. Girona. (Catalonia) Sport and adventure. Ribes de Freser is sheltered by the lofty peaks of the Catalonian Pyrenees, and is at the point of convergence of three rivers: the Rigard, the Segadell and the Freser. One of its most picturesque streets is Cerdanya. It maintains the essence…

  • Alcanar.

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    Alcanar. Tarragona. (Catalonia) A fishing town with exquisite gastronomy. Alcanar is in lands washed by the Ebro River. Its origins go back to the Iberian settlement of Moleta del Remei (7th-2nd centuries BC), although it was later occupied by the Romans, and then by the Moors, who introduced numero…

  • Begur.

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    Begur. Girona. (Catalonia) In the southern coast of Baix Empordà we find the town of Begur. In this sector of Costa Brava (the littoral of Gerona) mountains dive into the Mediterranean sea, forming small coves and sandy beaches among rocky cliffs. Pine forests go all the way to the shore, surroundin…

  • Cadaqués.

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    Cadaqués. Girona. (Catalonia) Situated right on the Cap de Creus peninsula, Cadaqués is one of the most symbolic places on the Gironese Costa Brava. Its rocky coast, fringed by beautiful beaches and quiet coves, forms one of its main attractions, together with the incredible landscape offered by the…

  • Canet de Mar.

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    Canet de Mar. Barcelona. (Catalonia) Modernism for all to see. Historic Canet de Mar, on the coast of Barcelona province, has an interesting town centre. Its streets are packed with Modernist buildings by architects like Josep Puig i Cadafalch, Pere Domènech i Roura, Lluís Domènech and Antoni Puig i…

  • Esterri d'Aneu.

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    Esterri d'Aneu. Esterri d'Àneu. Lleida. (Catalonia) Mountains and valleys outline the landscape that surrounds Esterri D’Àneu, in the region of Pallars Sobirà, Lerida. This natural setting is excellent for taking excursions to discover the Aigüestortes National Park.Sheltered by the castle of Valenc…

  • Espot.

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    Espot. Lleida. (Catalonia) Located at the gates of the Aigüestortes National Park, Espot is one of the most beautiful towns in the region of Pallars Sobirà. The Espot Esquí ski resort is equipped with the most advanced facilities, and an interesting array of leisure activities and possibilities.Loca…

  • Gerona.

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    … Girona. Girona. (Catalonia) The so-called “City of the Four Rivers”, shows us a historic centre dominated by medieval buildings and reminders of Romans, Arabs and Jews. Inside the walled enclosure of "La Força Vella" you can find the culiminating works of its historical destiny. Its excellent positi…

  • L'Espluga de Francolí.

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    … Espluga de Francolí, L'. Tarragona. (Catalonia) In the middle of the Conca de Barberà region, astride the lands of the interior and the Tarragona coast is L’Espluga de Francolí. Surrounded by a leafy natural area, this town is closely linked to wine production, as is shown by one of the architectura…

  • Lloret de Mar.

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    Lloret de Mar. Girona. (Catalonia) On the most southerly part of the Costa Brava, lies the town of Lloret de Mar. With a deep seaside tradition, today it is one of the largest tourist centres on Girona's sea front. Beaches and coves with clear water combine with an interesting historic centre and a …

  • Roses.

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    Roses. Girona. (Catalonia) The former Greek colony of Roses stretches between the sea and the mountains, right on the Costa Brava. This town in the province of Girona offers a multitude of beaches and coves among rocky cliffs, where visitors can practise a great variety of water sports as well as wa…

  • Salou.

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    Salou. Tarragona. (Catalonia) On its own merits, Salou has become one of the main tourist centres on the Costa Daurada. Along its extensive coast, protected by Cape Salou, beautiful beaches and coves with fine sand give way to one another, enjoying an exceptional climate and offering infinite possib…

  • Banyoles.

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    Banyoles. Girona. (Catalonia) Eighteen kilometres away form Girona, in the vicinity of the Volcanic Zone of La Garrotxa Nature Reserve, we find the town of Banyoles. Between Sierra Rocacorba and the Fluvià and Terri rivers, this town enjoys an incomparable natural setting. Surrounded by green hills,…

  • Balaguer.

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    Balaguer. Lleida. (Catalonia) Rich heritage. Balaguer is between the plain and mountains of Lleida, close to the Segre River. It is outstanding for its cultural wealth and stunning landscapes, and for its unique heritage, the fruit of its Moorish past and its position as capital of the County of Urg…

  • Calella.

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    Calella. Barcelona. (Catalonia) Calella, the holiday capital of the Costa del Maresme, has numerous outdoor terraces, restaurants and a lively nightlife which –along with its beaches– all make it an attractive destination for visitors. The town centre of Calella extends for three kilometres and is b…


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