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Taüll, Vall de Boí

Taüll, has the seal Charming Village awarded by the Catalan Tourism Agency, for its attractiveness and beauty. This is a charming little village of stone houses located in a natural Pyrenean environment. Here you can find fabulous landscapes of the National Park of Aigüestortes and St. Maurice, an ideal setting for active tourism activities and mountain sports; as well as the Romanesque churches of Santa Maria and San Clemente, both from the twelfth century and declared World Heritage Site.


This town in Bages boasts a monumental castle, a medieval old town and a salt mountain that is unique in the world, and today you can visit the galleries of the Cardona salt mine thanks to the guided tour of the Salt Mountain Cultural Park, where you can learn all the details of its history.

The region has a perfect setting for tourism beyond the village, always in the vicinity of the Llobregat river and all its tributaries. The monastery of Santa Maria de Montserrat on the mountain of Montserrat and the monastery of Sant Benedict de Bages are not to be missed either.


The Garraf Coast, the southern coastline of Barcelona, has in Sitges one of its most representative towns. The excellent quality of its waters and beaches – some of them with the “Blue Flag” quality distinction -, an interesting town centre – brimming with cultural events – and the proximity of the mountains have made it a privileged destination. In terms of gastronomy, Sitges brings together the most representative dishes of the Catalan coast.

Innovative gastronomy

Eating is one of the most delicious pleasures in the world. But if, as well as eating, you also enjoy a creative dish, prepared with new techniques and original in terms of colours, flavours, textures and aromas. Now it is possible thanks to restaurants such as Ikibana, Greca, Dos Palillos…

Traditional gastronomy

If you’re not much for innovation or you don’t like to take risks, you’ll always have traditional food. That which reminds us of our childhood, of the warmth of home and family. Today, traditional cuisine is still very much alive in restaurants such as Llesqueria l’Empriu, Ca la Pepa, Restaurant Cal Sastre, Can Turó.


Besalú is a municipality located in the Garrotxa region and stands out for many things, but surely the most significant is its fortified bridge, one of the best preserved medieval ensembles in Catalonia. It is also worth mentioning the great mediaeval festival, the first weekend in September. On this date Besalú travels back a thousand years, and is filled with ancient characters, troubadours, musicians, jugglers, craftsmen and knights who surprise the public with a variety of performances.

Olot, capital of Garrotxa

Olot has a modernist old town, many urban parks… However, Olot’s greatest tourist attraction is its surroundings, specifically the Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park, the perfect place to organise outdoor activities for the whole family.

From this volcanic environment comes one of the most curious attractions of the region and another of the arts to see in Olot: volcanic cuisine. The volcanic food of La Garrotxa stands out for its use of local produce resulting in dishes such as Olot potatoes, Santa Pau beans and other grilled meats, sausages and vegetables.

Scala Dei

An almost obligatory visit to discover the history and origins of the Priorat region. Its beginnings date back to the 12th century, when Carthusian monks came from Provence and founded, under the protection of the Montsant mountain range, the first Carthusian monastery in the Iberian Peninsula. With the disentailment of Mendizábal in 1835, the monks fled and the splendorous Carthusian monastery was left in ruins, plundered by peasants tired of paying tithes and submission. Today you can enjoy a guided tour of the exterior of the three cloisters, the church, as well as a cell that has been reconstructed in detail.

Delta del Ebro

It is a natural park in Tarragona, perfect for a few days of relaxation. The area is full of rice fields, secondary roads, tracks for cycling, endless beaches and lagoons for bird watching. The places to see in the Ebro Delta are always in the middle of nature, so there is a wide and varied range of itineraries to discover the most interesting places in the Delta, whether on foot, by bike, canoe or on horseback.

Tarragona Romana

Tarraco, the city which dazzled emperor Adrian in the 2nd century. At the height of its splendour it had 40,000 inhabitants, and has now been declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. It was the capital of the province during the 1st and 2nd centuries AD. This was the period of maximum splendour of the city of Tarraco, when the most important buildings of the city were built: the amphitheatre, the forum, the circus and its famous temple of Augustus, which served as an example for the rest of the cities of the Roman Empire. In addition to the remains of Imperial Tarraco, Tarragona is also a lively, friendly city, open to the sea, with a unique atmosphere.


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