For the kids, beach days could go on forever. The hours tick by and the fun doesn’t stop, whether it’s building sandcastles, splashing about in the waves or playing with a ball. The Williams family have chosen to enjoy a day at the beach on the Costa Daurada.
Sophie keeps getting messages after sharing with her friends a photo of her in front of the Sant Pau Catalan Art Nouveau site. They are amazed by the style and beauty of this building designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner.
The Jones family decides to set up base camp at the La Rectoria de Sant Miquel de Pineda rural B&B on the Costa Brava. They have arranged this getaway so the kids can have fun in nature. They plan to do a number of ecotourism activities: a kayak trip along the Fluvià River to do …
The sun is just peeking over the horizon as the Taylors jump onto their bikes. They will cycle along a stretch of the Terra Alta Greenway which runs between the villages of Horta de Sant Joan and Pinell de Brai. It is a leisurely ride to take in the scenery.
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.
Markets show the essence of the character of a town and its people. Strolling amongst the stalls, making our purchases and chatting with traders gives us a glimpse of Catalan gastronomy through the experts’ eyes.
The secrets of good food lie within their four walls. The gastronomic hotels in Catalonia are made up of more than 45 places to stay spread throughout the territory and which specialise in Catalan cuisine and the use of local products.
When you taste a Catalan dish, each bite uncovers the chef’s inspiration, it reveals the aromas of the products used and brings you closer to the culture and landscapes of the region. Savouring the gastronomy of Catalonia means immersing yourself in the sea, discovering the villages and landscapes and interacting with nature. It is a …
Catalan cuisine has an extensive tradition, with remarkable players, famed since medieval times. Since the last few years of the 20th century, Catalan chefs have obtained recognition around the world, by adding value to raw materials and harnessing the flames of their stoves to their creativity. To be found throughout Catalonia, our chefs invite you to enjoy …
Catalan cuisine has never shone so brightly as it does right now. Catalonia currently has one of the most dynamic and renowned gastronomic scenes in the world. Between them, 52 Catalan restaurants have accumulated 65 Michelin stars, the recognition awarded by the 100-year old tourist guide, Michelin.
The most delicious way to travel around Catalonia is to savour our cuisine along the way. Catalan cuisine provides a tasty portrait that shows you the diverse landscapes of this small region, where the sea and the mountains harmoniously coexist.
The rich gastronomy to be found in Catalonia is immense, and it is the task of the host to show their guests the most significant gems of their land. That is why we recommend that you take note of these 10 essential tips to experience true Catalan cuisine.