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Doused in the sunshine, laden with family-friendly beaches and scattered with vibrant yet traditional towns and villages both on the coast and inland, it stands to reason why the Costa Brava has long been a popular haunt for families.
Catalunya is scattered in beautiful hillside towns. Some of these towns are inland, others face the shimmering Mediterranean glinting under the sun. If you’re visiting this culturally and scenically distinct part of Spain sometime soon and want to be acquainted with some of the most traditional villages South East Spain has to offer, take a
The traditional and upmarket fishing town of Calella de Palafrugell is a beguiling place to visit if you’re looking for an authentic Spanish experience on a beautiful part of the Costa Brava.
If you’re looking for a fun escape with the kids this half-term, the thriving and exciting city of Barcelona is a fantastic family holiday destination.
La Bisbal d’Empordà – aka La Bisbal – is a characterful town in Catalonia, approximately 30km to the south-east of Girona. This bustling town that lies between the market towns of Palafrugell and Palamos on the Costa Brava, is world-renowned for its pottery making heritage.
The medieval hilltop town of Pals in Catalonia is justifiably known as one of the most charming villages on the Costa Brava.
Barcelona is a city that never goes to sleep. This pulsating, coastal, metropolitan city on the shores of the sparkling Mediterranean is thriving with life and vivacity all year round. If you’re looking for an exciting city escape this winter, then look no further than the Catalan capital of Barcelona.
Barcelona, Catalonia’s magical, capital city, is brimming with art, culture and majestic buildings steeped in history. This truly unique city is not afraid to embrace both its past and the influence of its artists and craftsmen through the centuries. Each area has a distinct atmosphere and no more so than La Rambla.
Barcelona is a bustling, exciting and exotic city to visit all year round, but with twinkling lights hung on the trees and cosy festive chalets and stalls lining the streets, there is something about December and the run-up to Christmas that makes the city that extra bit special! If you’re thinking about visiting Barcelona this December,