Barcelona is also a way of life with its magnificent boulevards, called Ramblas, which allow you, under the trees, to admire magnificent Parisian and Haussmanian-inspired buildings and breathtaking Art Nouveau buildings. this secular Art Nouveau style completes the mystical aspect of the Sagrada Familia built at the same time.
The port is a reflection of the power and diversity of this metropolis open to the world.
You will participate in his intense life, in his cafes, restaurants, walks. The architect Gaudi created Park Güell where he built his house.
Cadaqués : intimate and charming village, with a bohemian spirit, it keeps the spirit of Dali, you can still admire its house there. We discover white houses under a crushing sun, an island architecture, typical of the Mediterranean, the sea on the edge
Figueres, with its magnificent fortress of the Castle of Sant Ferran and its Salvador Dali museum, this is where it was born.
Girona, a museum city that has kept its layout from 2000 years ago. One of the most important Roman cities on the Iberian Peninsula. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is the 2nd largest city in the world for its Roman remains.
The beaches of the Costa Brava, wild coves and turquoise sea, a Mediterranean paradise.
Tarragona: rich historical and artistic heritage, 14 Roman monuments to discover.
Lerida, in the heart of the Catalan scrubland, olive groves with ochre earth since antiquity. A magnificent terroir. It produces a wonderful organic PDO olive oil from Arbéquine olive.