Troupes, dance performances, fire and firecrackers take centre stage at the Patum in Berga. This traditional celebration started out in ancient medieval theatre performances and dates back more than five centuries.
A passion play is a theatrical depiction of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The biggest two in Catalonia are performed in Esparreguera and Olesa de Montserrat.
Family-friendly hiking routes are a wonderful option at any time of year. Getting in touch with nature and discovering new landscapes is the ideal activity to level up any getaway or trip.
Carnival is a popular festival widely celebrated throughout Catalonia. Its origins go back to the ancient pagan festivals which were once held in Greek and Roman times to welcome the advent of spring.
They say that music crosses borders. In this case, it’s the soundtrack to and the ideal connection for three campaigns featuring Catalonia. The Catalan Tourist Board has chosen the song ‘Petar-ho’ by by the band Oques Grasses to take our country around the world.
The calçotada in Valls is a festive, community and promotional event for calçot onions held on the last Sunday in January. In the 20th century, calçots were a staple of winter meals and family gatherings in Valls but it was not until 1940 that the calçotada really took off.
The event blends music, art, food and wine in a groundbreaking gathering designed to drive new economic, sustainable and social projects in Terres de Lleida.
Discovering the wines of the DO Tarragona means stepping into an age-old tradition that dates back to the Roman Empire. Its historical and heritage legacy is exceptional and it has been closely tied to making wines of the highest quality since its beginnings.
All year round Catalonia celebrates lots of events tied to its most deeply-rooted culture and traditions. Fairs, human towers, town festivals, fiestas, processions and more; they’re all part of Catalonia’s popular and cultural festive heritage.
The Catalan Pyrenees are full of kilometres and kilometres of wellmarked trails. Some can be done in just one day, whereas others need several days to complete.
The community of Barcelona, a great promoter of the economy during the XIII and XIV centuries, is going to leave a great loan to the city. El Call, the neighborhood in which to establish, preserves a large part of the enchantment and the life of that time and the places to visit on this tailor …
The Grand Tour of Catalonia is a journey that explores the area from north to south and east to west. It is an itinerary for exploring, discovering, living, experiencing and enjoying Catalonia by car.