04 Feb Tourism in Catalonia
In Catalonia, immerse yourself in the middle of being surrounded by several-mile long coasts of breathtaking beaches as well as diving tastebuds first into world-class gastronomy.
For tourism in Catalonia, there’s something for everyone—from eateries to wineries, from beaches to museums.
If you’re into getting to know celebrated, historically-known artists like Gaudí and Dalí, venture off to Catalonia, one of Spain’s most popular destinations.
An Apartment to Escape the Tourists
To help you get away from other tourists in the area, there are so many options in this region to rent an apartment and make it your home away from home.
During your stay, enjoy the amenities offered all-year long—from cultural exploration of the unique buildings in Barcelona to the archaeological site at Tarraco.
You can walk through the monastery of Poblet in Tarragona, head into the churches of the Boí Valley in Lleida or visit the National Art Museum of Catalonia.
Tourism by the Beach
If city-life isn’t your thing and you’d rather enjoy a relaxing day at the beach, Catalonia is home to a handful of marine resorts to get your water-exploration on, like Salou, Sitges, Tossa de Mar, Cadaqués, Lloret de Mar and Roses.
Head to the Mountain Ranges
Need to have a view of the city from up above? Escape on an excursion to the Catalan Pyrenees, which can also be a great winter getaway with ski resorts.
Don’t want to do sports and just explore the local residents? You can see the wildlife up close at the hosted National Park of Aigüestortes y Estany de Sant Maurici.
Catalonia Has It All
In this region, there is something to do all-year-round. From enjoying some of the best restaurants in the world to wineries to an active vacation in the local mountains, there’s something for everyone!