A holiday in Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is sure to stimulate your senses. From the glorious Modernisme architecture to the tantalising tapas – mingle with locals and search through spectacular markets. Go to the beach and swim in the Mediterranean.
Stroll along the famous La Rambla, where street performers and artists entertain the tourist crowds. Admire the unbelievable architecture which snakes through the city, especially Gaudi’s spellbinding designs. Walk through the mysterious alleyways barrio of La Ribera and the hip El Born, which provide a great contrast to the busy city centre. Sample some delicious Basque pintxo and soak up the atmosphere at La Boqueria market – where dazzling displays of fruit and sweets captivate your imagination. A city with so much going on, Barcelona reflects many generations of art, culture and heritage, but is also a trendsetter of European fashions and music scenes. Our regular flights to Barcelona make it easy to come back time and again.
The ultimate city beach break, combine culture and sunshine in Barcelona, the Catalonian capital. A vibrant destination that boasts world-class architecture, cosmopolitan shopping areas and a buzzing dining and nightlife scene. Each neighbourhood has its own personality, style and heritage - so take the time to explore each one and soak up its individual charm. Combine days of sightseeing with an afternoon at the beach, or a leisurely tapas lunch on the water’s edge at Port Olimpic.
Combine the exciting culture of the city with picturesque Spanish towns and the rugged coves of the coastline on holidays in Costa Brava. Close to Barcelona, midway between the sea and mountains – you’ll find the beautiful town of Girona. In the historic quarter, colourful arcaded houses line the eastern bank of the river Ter. Whereas to the west, you’ll discover elegant avenues, which are lined with boutiques and cafes.
Sitges is a seaside town with a flamboyant character. Combining history and heritage with a vibrant party scene, it’s hard to resist the charm of this popular Spanish resort. Visit during the summer months, when the sandy beaches host parties that rival Ibiza. The port city of Tarragona presents an exciting mix of beach life and cultural attractions. Bursting with history, this captivating old-Roman town still entices people with its ancient ruins, seaside amphitheatre and cobbled medieval alleyways.
South of Barcelona, you’ll find the Costa Dorada’s PortAventura theme park and resorts. Split into six worlds, this popular attraction includes exhilarating rides, incredible entertainment and even a water park - the Costa Caribe Aquatic Park. For the full experience choose to stay at one of PortAventura’s hotels – Caribbean-themed Hotel Caribe, western-inspired Hotel Gold Riviera, Mediterranean-style village resort Hotel PortAventura or the luxurious Victorian retreat, Lucy’s Mansion.
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