Barcelona, capital of the Catalonian autonomous region with its four splendid and versatile provinces, is the perfect spot to start a breath-taking tour enclosing an impressive wealth of natural splendour, fascinating culture and historical sights. Pyrenean peaks loom above meadows and fertile vineyards, plains are pock-marked with volcanic cones, and rocky coves punctuate sandy beaches.
The spectacular beaches in areas such as the Costa Brava its world-class gastronomy, and the works of famous artists such as Gaudí and Dalí all make this region one of Spain’s most popular destinations.
Visitors to this area in north-eastern Spain should really make a point of stopping off at the spectacular beaches of the Costa Dorada, Costa Barcelona and Costa Brava with such internationally renowned resorts as Salou, Sitges, Tossa de Mar, Cadaqués, Cambrils, Lloret de Mar and Roses. Catalonia also has numerous marine resorts which are ideal for indulging in a whole range of water activities.
One can also choose to visit the tiny independent principality of Andorra on the roof of the Pyrenees. The country is a natural wonderland of green mountains, blues skies, crystal-clear waters and pure oxygen. Besides the explosion of colour and life that characterizes the Principality, it cordially invites you to enjoy many other experiences and activities during this season. R&R, culture, shopping, gastronomy. A true pleasure for the senses.