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Towns of Catalonia
The nicest ones to visit
This is our directory of most important tourist towns to visit in Catalonia
But visit as well our Guide of Catalonia with all our best addresses!
Alella is a little town six km from Premiá de Mar.Beyond Barcelona -More
Ametlla de Mar
Another fantastic village well worth a visit is on the other side of the county, on the Mediterranean side and it's called " L'Ametlla de Mar"Beyond Barcelona -More
Arenys de Mar
Arenys de Mar is the biggest fishermen port in the Maresme coast.Beyond Barcelona -More
The village Begur is well known for its castle.Beyond Barcelona -More
Blanes is a place where you will find mass tourism...Beyond Barcelona -More
Breda si a little village is famous for its "ollas" (Ceramic pottery)Beyond Barcelona -More
Cadaqués was discovered by painters, artists and intellectuals.Beyond Barcelona -More
Caldes de Malavella
Caldes de Malavella is a small village situated between sea and mountains, famous for its thermal springsBeyond Barcelona -More
Calella is the Capital City of Alt Maresme, a place for tourism...Beyond Barcelona -More
Calella de Palafrugell
Calella de Palafrugell is an old fisherman port.Beyond Barcelona -More
Cambrils town is still very Spanish in characterBeyond Barcelona -More
Canet de Mar
Canet de Mar is known for people that love modernismBeyond Barcelona -More
Deltebre is the Capital City of the Delta del Ebro.Beyond Barcelona -More
L'Escala is the gateway to the gulf of RosesBeyond Barcelona -More
As the capital of Alt Emporda, it is a busy commercial town, an important communication centre as well as Dali´s birthplace.Beyond Barcelona -More
La Bisbal Emporda
The capital of the region is La Bisbal d'Empordà, a town with a longstanding pottery tradition.Beyond Barcelona -More
Recommended Catalonia tours
Montserrat tour : culture, food & wine
The irresistible visit of the Montserrat Monastery and Penedès vineyards!
A selection of Montserrat food and wine tours, departing from city centre for a day or half a day visits of Montserrat Monastery and the surrounding vineyards!More
Dali Museum Tickets
+ Transfer by bus from Barcelona
Inaugurated in 1974, the Dalí Museum contains the broadest range of works spanning the artistic career of Salvador Dalí (1904-1989), from his earliest artistic experiences and his surrealist creations down to the works of the last years of his life.
Costa Daurada – Barcelona.com Day Pass
From Costa Daurada to Barcelona
For children as well as adults..
Discover the fantastic world of PortAventura theme park:
> Fast entrance tickets
> Access to all attractions and shows: "Silver River Flume, Grand Canyon Rapids, Furius Baco, SesamoAventura..."
> One hour from Barcelona!
We Recommend >> Must-sees in Barcelona
Barcelona Bus Tour
Discover the city at your own pace!
You can never think enough about the hop-on hop-off bus tour to discover a city! It is however an extraordinary and economic way to make a first connection with its main tourist attractions, without stress, at its own pace...More
Camp Nou Tour
Visit the FC Barcelona stadium
The FC Barcelona club offers you the opportunity to visit its mythical stadium. The Camp Nou tour begins with the locker room then you will follow the tunnel that leads to the stadium's lawn ... Chills guaranteed!
Transfers from airport to centre and back
The Aerobus is a shuttle bus that takes you from El Prat Airport to city centre in 35 minutes. One departure every 5 minutes. 365 days a year! Online tickets, tips and infos!
The ideal hotel for your stay
Whether you are looking for a family or a business stay or just for a weekend, we have selected for you the best hotels in the city to choose from. All categories at all prices. But also the bargains according to your travel dates. Have a good stay!
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