Aigüestortes in the Catalan Pyrenees

It’s clear that as soon as we can travel, we will return to the Catalan Pyrenees area, specifically to the Aigüestortes National Park. The two most common entrances are well through the Vall de Boí, with its impressive romantic; or by Espot. Inside the park you can only stay overnight in the shelters, always with

MICE and Corporate bleisures in Spain and Portugal, with Iberinbound

According to some experts, bleisure is the buzzword in MICE tourism. In other words, the crux is in creating an offer that combines business and pleasure. For this, and in a context where interest in gastronomy is booming, a differential factor may be the inclusion of culinary experiences according to new trends. Surely, the satisfaction

Route Barcelone sud de la Catalogne (voir la vidéo ci-dessous)

Barcelone .Batllo HouseUne légende de l’art reconnue par l’UNESCOAntoni Gaudi, l’architecte de la Casa Batllo, a dit une fois: «Il n’y a pas de lignes droites ni d’angles droits dans la nature. Par conséquent, les bâtiments ne doivent pas avoir de lignes droites ni d’angles droits. »La Casa Batlló, chef-d’œuvre d’Antoni Gaudí et référence du

Catalan Pyrenees. Skiing, Golf, Rafting, canoeing and much more.

The Catalan Pyrenees form a mountain range in Catalonia. They correspond approximately to the eastern half of the Pyrenees mountain range, and within this half mainly the southern and eastern slopes.In the Catalan Pyrenees there are more than 400 lakes. The largest of all is that of Certascan in the Pallars Sobirá with more than

La Garrotxa. Girona

The Catalan pre-Pyrenean region La Garrotxa is located in the province of Girona (Spain) and is subdivided into two distinct parts: the High Garrotxa and the Low Garrotxa. The natural area of ​​the High Garrotxa presents an abrupt landscape, with narrow and deep valleys surrounded by high cliffs and rock walls. On the other hand,

Girona, Catalonia

Girona is a large and rich province, located in the northeast of Catalonia. It runs from the famous Costa Brava to the Pyrenees, crossing the inland. But Girona, the capital itself, crossed by four rivers, deserves to be visited calmly and with attention. – A bit of its history. Its history dates back to the

In the footsteps of the famous artist Salvador Dali.

Figueres is the capital of the region of Alt Empordá in the province of Girona, Catalonia, Spain. The birthplace of the worldwide artist Salvador Dalí. The Theater-Gala Museum Salvador Dalí, a large museum was designed by Dalí himself, attracting many visitors every year. Although Dali was born in the inland Figueres, he spent a big

Montserrat in Catalunya

Montserrat is a rock massif located 30 km from the center of Barcelona between the regions of Anoia, Bajo Llobregat and Bages. With a height at its highest peak of 1,236 meters above sea level. On this mountain  the Benedictine monastery and sanctuary of Montserrat, is dedicated to the Lady of Montserrat. In heraldic representations,

Best adventure sports around Catalonia

adventure sports around Catalonia

Spain is a paradise for thrill seekers, looking for adventure sports. Whilst you can find great activities all over the country, Catalonia has some fantastic opportunities to try something different. So, let’s take a closer look at the best adventure sports around Catalonia.   Noguera Pallaresa This is arguably one of the best places to

Study visits for schools in Barcelona

schools in Barcelona

Barcelona is a fantastic city to visit for a school trip. There are plenty of cultural, historical and leisure activities to do. So, let’s take a closer look at what schools in Barcelona can do.   Barcelona History Museum for schools in Barcelona Located in the Barri Gotic, this is one of the best museums