Sunny all year round, with summery temperatures even in winter, Spain is a popular travel destination. Its Mediterranean climate, its exotic setting, but also its cuisine and culture, make it an essential destination.

Catalonia, a popular region

Easily accessible from neighboring France, and relatively cheap, Catalonia is one of the most popular Spanish regions. The city of Barcelona, very touristic and the beaches of the Costa Brava and Costa Daurada attract visitors looking forexoticism.
Indeed, here, the difference is not so much time, but rather cultural. Languages ​​mingle, as do architectural influences, the multitude of landscapes and the many gastronomic specialties. A trip to Catalonia is a series of exciting discoveries!

Follow the Catalan coast

In the North of Catalonia, the magnificent beaches of the Costa Brava call for idleness. Of the coves with crystal clear waters are accessible by paths offering spectacular views.
To the south, from Barcelona to the Ebro delta, there is a succession of beaches and villages picturesque, concealing many treasures that draws Catalonia. The Costa Daurada, offers itself to you.

Catalonia, active and festive

Traveling in Catalonia is synonymous with partying and fun.
Barcelona, ​​the second city of Spain, modern, unique, with wild nights, marks visitors with its architecture and its heritage.
The major cities of Girona and Tarragona benefit, for their part, from a dynamic cultural life that does not leave anyone indifferent.
Other cities with exceptional heritage, such as Reus, are also worth a visit. The city of Figueres, close to the border, attracts visitors with its museum in memory of the famous artist Dali.

A gastronomy with a thousand colors

In Spain, even the kitchen is full of sunshine. Each region has its specialties and Catalonia is no exception to this rule.
Among the great classics, Tapas, small amuse-bouche, hot or cold, are served in bars to accompany wine or beer. You will be able to taste the Tortilla de Patata, the Bravas potatoes, Iberian ham, olives or prawns.
We will gladly offer you a drink at porro, this traditional glass pitcher that is filled with wine.
La catalan botifarra, a sort of black or white pudding, which is eaten cold, on Pa Amb Tomàquet, this traditional bread, grilled or not, which is spread with a ripe tomato and olive oil.
La fideua is a fisherman's dish made with vermicelli cooked in a fish broth, which is cooked a lot on the Costa Brava and around Tarragona.

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