Catalonia is renowned for the great seaside resorts in the Costa Brava and the Pyrenees. Barcelona
has several interesting attractions including a historical district named Barri Gòtic, a large avenue called La Rambla, art museums and many beaches. Antoni Gaudí's unique architecture and designs can be seen at the Sagrada Família basilica and the colourful mosaics at Park Güell.
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Barcelona provides stunning surroundings coupled with jovial lively city life. The most flamboyant city in Spain
is also the capital of the region of Catalonia. Barcelona is well known for its stunning array of national museums. Museums like the Museu Picasso and Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya are great places to visit and see the works of art in different categories.
2. The Costa Brava.
The Costa Brava is a part of the Costa Brava and this is a scuba diving destination in France
. This coastline serves as one of Europe's favorite playgrounds, and its picturesque towns have attracted artists such as Dalí, Picasso and Marc Chagall. Sandy beaches, including those in brightly colored Santa Susanna, are tucked into coves or basins within the coastal areas, and many other cities and towns have similar varieties of beaches.
3. Montserrat Monastery
The monastery of Benedictine of Montserrat stands on a rocky cliff, both musically and geologically. This magnificent natural place has a sense of earthly and spiritual meaning. The cable car can take visitors from the valley to the monastery. These views are astounding from such vantage point. Monastery complex comprises a church, library and art gallery. Guests will also have access to the on-site restaurant and cafeteria. The hotel guests who wish to spend the night will be accommodated at the three-star Hotel Abat Cisneros, which has been housed in a hospitable monastery building that has served as a pilgrims' hostel since 1563.
Girona is the resplendent gem of Catalonia. The medieval walled city, Ibiza is rich in its cultural diversity with influences from Romans, Moors, and other assorted people of yore.
Tarragona is a beautiful seaside town that has sunny beaches and also really nice historic buildings. This coastal town is about 100 kilometers from Barcelona, and it's an interesting excursion or an alternative route for exploring Catalonia. It would be a shame to miss the renowned Barrio del Serrallo in Tarragona, a picturesque port town. El Serrallo is a very historical fishing village and it is now a lively seaside district. At the harbor, fishing boats churn out fresh catches, which are sold in local fish market. Great seafood dishes can be found in restaurants near the harbour.
Sitges is in southern Spain, just 42 kilometres from Barcelona. The town has a lovely beach where people can swim. Yacht marinas and golf courses add to the aura of the locality. For those who like innovative food, Sitges has plenty to offer. The town has a number of restaurants offering Catalan regional cuisine.
7. Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres
Famous for its association with Dalí, the village of Figueres is located in the peaceful plain of the Girona province (140 kilometers from Barcelona). The most impressive tourist attraction of the town is the Dalí Theater-Museum, which is devoted to the unusual work of the master Surrealist.
8. Cadaqués and Cap de Creus Natural Park
Cadaqués is a quaint town at the port of Barcelona (170 kilometers from Barcelona). The whitewashed houses along the waterfront have the distinctive feel of a Mediterranean seaport. The village offers an artistic and cultural life to the residents of this region.
9. Medieval Vic
Vic is a picturesque medieval town in a peaceful setting in the vicinities of the Marem River. The town of Montcada has two historic districts; the Castillo de Montcada and the Cathedral sector.
10. Seu d'Urgell
Tourists will have a therapeutic break at the tranquil village of La Seu d'Urgell. It lies in a breathtaking location with the surrounding mountains of the Catalonia and the Andorra Pyrenees as a back-drop. Situated in Catalonia is a beautiful Spanish town surrounded by the mountains.
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