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Catalonia Seaside

Spain Seaside Destinations-Top 10 By The Mediterranean

The Mediterranean Sea has many different climates to offer and beaches to suit every kind of holiday; from rocky beaches near mountain...

Malgrat de Mar Spain Travel Guide

Over 4 km of white sandy beaches mark the Mediterranean coast of Malgrat de Mar, which lies only 60 km north of Barcelona. Tourism really kicked off here back in the 1960s and today it has been classified as...

Pals Spain Travel Guide

Not far from the azure blue Mediterranean sea, lies the pretty medieval town of Pals. It has been declared to be a Historic Artistic site – you’ll understand why, when you see its beautiful old...

L’Estartit-Torroella de Montgri Spain Travel Guide

On a sunny day, approaching the town of l’Estartit, you can see a beautiful mixture of vibrant colours and interesting...

Catalonia Best Beaches-With Blue Flag Status

If you wish to discover a great destination for a beach holiday, then one quick way is to check out the beaches which have been awarded the Blue Flag. This will be particularly important if you’re...

Tamariu Spain Travel Guide

According to the British Telegraph newspaper, the beach at Tamariu ranks as one of the best beaches on the Costa Brava. Embraced by pine clad headlands, the horse shoe shaped beach is very pretty, family...

Vilanova i la Geltru Travel Guide

A major tourist destination in the high season, Vilanova i la Geltru is one of the Catalan towns that blends the old with the new. On one hand the coast is filled with everything you could hope for, to have a...

Castell Platja d’Aro Spain Travel Guide

Originally a small fishing village, Platja d’Aro is one of the picture postcard seaside towns that you can find on the Costa Brava. These days it is a thriving resort, that offers entertainment for all...

Sant Carles de la Rapita Spain Travel Guide

The fishing town of Sant Carles de la Rapita has been an important tourist destination for many years, because of its privileged location at the edge of the Delta de l’Ebre, by the sea, set against a...

Torredembarra Spain Travel Guide

Nestled on Catalonia’s Costa Dorada, is the town of Torredembarra, which has good beaches, an old quarter, a harbour and an interesting natural area – Els Muntanyans. This protected area runs for...

Calella Spain Travel Guide

Long and lovely, the coastline of Calella has been attracting visitors for over 50 years. These days this town is pretty cosmopolitan, holding special days in honour of its foreign residents and visitors....

Blanes Travel Guide-An Insider’s Guide

Blanes is a vibrant, seaside modern town, which still has an old quarter with character...and it’s surrounded by an abundance of gorgeous nature. If you like busy but with some character, but not...

Cambrils Travel Guide

Cambrils is one of the destinations that has been awarded the Family Holiday Destination seal of quality by the Catalan Government and when you visit, it’s obvious why. This is a lively town, but not...

Badalona Spain Travel Guide

The third most populated municipality in Catalonia, Badalona can be found just 10 km away from the buzzing city of Barcelona. Evidence of the original city, called Baetulo, which was founded in the 3rd century...

Alcanar Spain Travel Guide

Made up of three distinctive parts, Alcanar has its fair share to offer tourists, who want to enjoy a typical, relaxing holiday in the area. The town of Alcanar is 3 km from the sea, where you’ll find...

La Pineda Platja-Vila Seca Travel Guide

La Pineda Platja, Vila-Seca, is one of 15 destinations to currently hold the Family Holiday Destination seal of approval from the Catalan authorities. Located on the Costa Dorada, you can expect lovely...

Calafell Travel Guide

Calafell is one of Catalonia’s accredited Family Holiday Destinations, along with another 14 destinations dotted along the Catalan coastline. The town even holds a special family weekend, which happens...

Begur Travel Guide

Definitely one of the Costa Brava’s little treasures, Begur, in Girona’s Baix Empordà, is around 50 minutes drive from the stunning city of Girona (50 km) or 90 minutes (131 km) from the...

Cadaques Travel Guide

The dreamy, perfect town where Salvador Dalí spent his summer holidays, Cadaques, is filled with light, colour and sultry sea breezes. It’s interesting, but challenging location sets it apart from the...

Lloret de Mar Travel Guide

Possibly the package tour capital of the Costa Brava, Lloret de Mar has beautiful golden beaches and plenty of spots to enjoy the warm sand between your toes. Discover sunlit secret coves, which should trigger...