A blue paradise with sandy beaches, rugged cliffs, pine forests, and Medieval vibes, Tossa de Mar is one of the most scenic places in Costa Brava.
A “grandiose geological delirium” as Salvador Dalí described it, the area between Cadaqués and Cap de Creus is sprinkled with picturesque villages, pristine coves and, above all, an out of this world array of phantasmagorical rocks shaped by the gale force of the tramuntana wind and the swirling waters of the Mediterranean. Read more
There are many reasons to go to Montserrat, this mountain is unique – almost strange in its uniqueness. Montserrat translates to “saw mountain” in Catalan, owing the name to its jagged appearance that projects upwards to the sky, dominating the landscape and fully justifying the name it’s been given. Read more
Sant Pol de Mar is at about 40 minutes by train from Barcelona,on the coast of Maresme. The place has a bit of everything: narrow winding streets, medieval churches, Modernist mansions, places with good food, pine-covered hills and, above all, ten beaches to its name. Read more