Experiences

How do you feel?

Find the right experience for each moment

Showing 19 - 24 of 93 results.

<p>Xató</p>
Foodie

In ancient times, when Vella Quaresma (Old Lady Lent) arrived with her seven legs poking out from under her skirt, everyone knew what it meant: it was time for fasting and abstinence! After all the excesses encouraged by the Carnestoltes (Carnival King), it was time to go on a diet, forsaking meat, eggs and milk in preparation for Easter. However, these restrictions didn’t mean that dishes were plain or basic; not by a long chalk! Our ancestors knew how to make the most of the ingredients that were allowed in order to carry on enjoying good cuisine; traditional dishes that are still made today in homes across Catalonia or at the culinary get-togethers held over the seven weeks of Lent.

Relaxed

Who hasn’t dreamed of travelling in a motorhome? Exploring the world at one’s own pace is a hugely attractive option and plenty of young people, groups of friends and families with children value the convenience and freedom of travelling on wheels. Would you like to form part of this growing trend? Go caravanning in the regions of Barcelona and you’ll discover an ideal area for enjoying nature, history and culture

<p>Carnival of Vilanova i la Geltrú</p>
Family-oriented

There are 5 unmissable carnivals in the regions of Barcelona for those who enjoy dressing up, fun revolutions and excesses of all kinds. From Dijous Gras or Fat Thursday (the last Thursday before Lent) to Ash Wednesday, the only thing on everyone's mind in Vilanova, Vilafranca, Sitges, Sallent and Torelló is enjoying the annual visit of the Rei Carnestoltes (Carnival King) to the full. Are you ready to celebrate the party of parties?

<p>Lactium Cheese Fair</p>
Foodie

When the warm weather arrives, new colours are added to the palette of the regions of Barcelona's gastronomic landscape. The ochres, browns and blacks of winter dishes give way to more vivid colours, with green taking on a leading role. Greet spring with some of the healthiest and most nutritious foods in the Mediterranean diet.

<p>Llobregat Delta</p>
Adventurous

Without a doubt, the Llobregat Delta is one of the most unspoiled natural areas on the Costa Barcelona, a real natural paradise next to the sea, and just a stone’s throw from the Catalan capital, boasting a diversity of flora and fauna that’s hard to match anywhere else in the Mediterranean. Here are just four of the many ways to explore these fabulous landscapes:

<p>Montesquiu Castle</p>
Curious

The mixture of past and present is the main attraction of Osona, a region that glitters with its own light right in the heart of Catalonia. This mountain-ringed plain has been home to Bishops and shepherds, bandits and Lords, and the echo of their stories can still be heard. If you want to listen closely, come and visit! Now is the time to revive their memory.

Showing 19 - 24 of 93 results.

I

Culture and traditions
 
 
 
I

Sun and beaches
 
 
 
I

Nature
 
 
 
I

Sports
 
 
 
I

Gastronomy and wine tourism
 
 
 
Download our guides and maps
GO THERE

Coming soon…

Don’t miss a thing!
Foodie

Woodwaxes, bloody milk caps, grey knights, yellow foot chanterelles... When the wild mushroom season arrives, the towns of the Ber...

Family-oriented

With the arrival of spring, the show begins! The Circ Cric Festival returns to the forests of Sant Esteve de Palautordera. You won...

Curious

Delve into the history of the Spanish War of Succession through the historical recreations of the Miquelets Festival in Olesa de M...

Butlletí setmanal

Subscribe you at the weekly newsletter

 

It gets on Thursdays the best plans, paths at the nature and singular activities near of Barcelona.

 

Subscribe you