Travel around Catalonia through the various fairs and gastronomic festivals that are held from one end of the region to the other throughout the year. *We recommend checking Covid-19 restrictions before travelling. Please note that some activities may be altered due to the prevention measures in place.

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Catalonia is a bicycle tourism paradise. More than 6,000 kilometres of roads and paths cover the region so you can discover its most privileged spots. You’ll find long routes designed to be covered over one or several days or to be travelled in various stages or circular routes from a base camp. There are also …

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Do you want to go down rivers with descents of over six metres? Have you ever tried rowing down an Olympic-length race course? In Catalonia, if you go rowing or canoeing, you can combine your training at excellently equipped facilities with the thrill of descents and the excitement of new experiences. Whitewater rafting and canoeing …

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The varied terrain of Catalonia, dotted with the high peaks of the Pyrenees and mountain ranges and ridges, makes it the ideal location for climbing. Even the legendary Californian climber Chris Sharma succumbed to the spell of this area many years ago and decided to settle and put down roots here. In Abella de la …

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The Grand Tour of Catalonia continues with another riddle. On this occasion the verses of poet Josep Maria de Sagarra lead our contestants, Carles and Sofía, to the next destination: Solsona. Following the famous beam heads that decorate some overhanging roofs, you can go on a thrilling trip around the old quarter of the town. …

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The first riddle of the Grand Tour of Catalonia leads Carles and Sofía to mountain ranges, forests and rivers, as far as the imposing turquoise reservoir of La Llosa del Cavall. They’re in Sant Llorenç de Morunys, a natural setting to be marvelled at with outstanding vantage points and baroque jewels as spectacular as the …

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At an altitude of 2,000 metres you see life differently and breathe better. The Vall de Núria y can only be reached by a rack railway covering a distance of 12.5 kilometres over an incline of more than 1,000 metres.*

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Good views, tradition and culture in a half-day walking tour. This is what the “Faro” views walk offers, taking you through a number of towns of the Boí Valley.*

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Discover the charm of the Queralt mountain range in the Catalan Pyrenees with the help of a specialist guide who will steer you to the best views and the most charming villages of Berguedà. This two-hour itinerary is designed for families.*

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Berguedà has a network of almost 2,000 km of historic paths, most of them of medieval origin like the Camí dels Bons Homes.*

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Visiting the Vall de Boí is entering the artistic and cultural heritage of Catalonia. The Catalan Romanesque Churches of the Vall de Boí are exceptional for the concentration of such a large number of churches of the same architectural style in a small space. They have been preserved over time with few modifications and the …

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If you like snow and you like dogs, why haven’t you tried this yet? This is your chance. As a couple, as a family, with friends… an excursion on a dog sled awaits, and it will not disappoint.

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