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Catalonia Holidays

Walking holidays, road trips & family adventures to Catalonia

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From high mountain to lush forest to quiet coast, our job is to entwine Catalonia's wealth of natural beauty with the culture, cuisine and proud people that define this storied land.

Fresh food, great wine

Fresh food, great wine
With the sea, mountains and forests all around, and sunny vineyards tucked away in the hills, delicious fresh food and local wine are a hallmark of any visit to Catalonia... Read More

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High mountain hikes
The Aigüestortes National Park is a tapestry of wildflower meadows, swift waterfalls and glacial lakes, where the emblematic black pines are mirrored in still waters... Read More

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Photogenic Girona
The mishmash of hanging mansions perched above Girona's Onyur River is a surrealist scene to make Dalí proud. It's a jumble of yellows and oranges, ochres and ambers... Read More

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Catalan hospitality
Sitting in the garden of this old 'mas' farmhouse with a cool drink, watching the birds flitter and listening to the rush of the waterfall sure does take the edge off a 16km walk.... Read More

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Dalí's Costa Brava
There’s a reason Salvador Dalí chose to live on Catalonia's Costa Brava - the Mediterranean colour palette and quality of light is enough to bring out the artist in all of us... Read More

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Romans & Greeks
What makes Empúries special is that you can stand with one foot in Athens, the other in Rome. The agora is now the forum, the Greek statues now Roman columns... Read More

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Story of Barcelona
There is, somehow, an unbroken line of humanity running between the four remaining Roman columns of the Augustus Temple and Barcelona's Sonar Techno music festival. ... Read More

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Fresh food, great wine
High mountain hikes
Photogenic Girona
Catalan hospitality
Dalí's Costa Brava
Romans & Greeks
Story of Barcelona

Fresh food, great wine

Fresh food, great wine
With the sea, mountains and forests all around, and sunny vineyards tucked away in the hills, delicious fresh food and local wine are a hallmark of any visit to Catalonia... Read More

1 of 7

High mountain hikes
The Aigüestortes National Park is a tapestry of wildflower meadows, swift waterfalls and glacial lakes, where the emblematic black pines are mirrored in still waters... Read More

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Photogenic Girona
The mishmash of hanging mansions perched above Girona's Onyur River is a surrealist scene to make Dalí proud. It's a jumble of yellows and oranges, ochres and ambers... Read More

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Catalan hospitality
Sitting in the garden of this old 'mas' farmhouse with a cool drink, watching the birds flitter and listening to the rush of the waterfall sure does take the edge off a 16km walk.... Read More

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Dalí's Costa Brava
There’s a reason Salvador Dalí chose to live on Catalonia's Costa Brava - the Mediterranean colour palette and quality of light is enough to bring out the artist in all of us... Read More

5 of 7

Romans & Greeks
What makes Empúries special is that you can stand with one foot in Athens, the other in Rome. The agora is now the forum, the Greek statues now Roman columns... Read More

6 of 7

Story of Barcelona
There is, somehow, an unbroken line of humanity running between the four remaining Roman columns of the Augustus Temple and Barcelona's Sonar Techno music festival. ... Read More

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Fresh food, great wine
High mountain hikes
Photogenic Girona
Catalan hospitality
Dalí's Costa Brava
Romans & Greeks
Story of Barcelona