Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is a Mediterranean and cosmopolitan city with Roman remains...
Modern, cosmopolitan Platja d'Aro sits alongside elegant S'Agaró, where a recognised circular route skirts the peaceful streets of the old town.
The first holiday-makers who fell in love with Salou arrived in the second half of the 19th century. Almost one century later, or starting in the sixties, Salou became a leading reference in Europe
There are many reasons why Mallorca tops Europe's summer holiday charts, but one ranks above all others: the island's beautiful coast.
Ibiza -with its smooth relief- along with Formentera, make up the so-called Pitiusas islands. The Greeks referred to them as the islands of the pines, Ibiza itself being the larger of the two.
Fine golden sand, transparent waters and beaches that are clean and cared for throughout the year are a trademark of the Benidorm seafront.
Denia is right on the coast and the 20 km of beaches are of very high quality with lots of brightly coloured restaurants and bars by the sea.Whereas many other towns empty for the winter with many restaurants and bars shuttered up, Denia hustles and bustles all year round with a good variety of amenities and facilities.
An ideal location for a summer or winter sun holiday with an average of 320 days sunshine each year. The area is regarded by the World Health Organisation as having the healthiest climate in Europe.