Swimming in deep turquoise, crystal clear water coves, hiking through pine forests and visiting picturesque fishing villages are some of the activities you can do in this area of outstanding natural beauty. The walk between Palamós and Calella is one of the wildest of the Camí de Ronda and it begs to be explored. All you need is a pair of comfortable hiking shoes, a bottle of water and a camera to capture everything!
The only via ferrata in Europe’s coast is found in Catalonia, more exactly in the city of Sant Feliu de Guixols. Even if you’re a rock climbing expert or you’ve ever wanted to try it but thought you don’t have the skills for it, this is the perfect place for an exciting adventure with astonishing views over the Mediterranean Sea.
Spend a weekend swimming in crystal-clear waters and getting lost in the medieval streets of Tossa de Mar.
All proper Catalan mountaineers have climbed at least once the mythical Matagalls. Located in the splendid natural park of El Montseny, this mountain offers wide open views of all the park and surroundings (from the Pyrenees to the sea). Whether you’re a passionate hiker or you just love beautiful landscapes, this excursion is the perfect plan to enjoy a day outdoors.
If you observe Montserrat from its north face, chances are that you’ll see one of its most characteristic rocks: La Foradada. The main feature of this rock is the huge triangular hole on it, and the good news is there’s a lovely hike that will lead you to this wonderful natural viewpoint.
When the temperature drops and all the landscape becomes white, what are you up for? Skiing, snowboarding or walking with snowshoes are our answer and so should be yours! Only 150 km far from Barcelona we can find the ski resort El Port del Comte, which offers 42 skiable km for all levels. Without any doubt, a perfect place to enjoy all these winter sport.