Experience the Costa Brava as it once was at this lovely, quirky seaside town.
This beautiful, labyrinthine city boasts a two-thousand-year-old history, including one of the best-preserved medieval Jewish quarters in the country.
3 Teatre-Museu Dalí
Explore the life and work of the flamboyant artist at this shrine to Surrealism.
4 Rafting on the Noguera Pallaresa
Grab a paddle: the Noguera Pallaresa offers the best rafting in Spain.
5 The Romanesque Trail
The Pyrenean Vall de Boí is an open-air Romanesque museum, featuring many of the finest churches from that era in Spain.
6 Cava country
Sip Spain’s magnificent bubbly at one of the modernista vineyards around Sant Sadurní d’Anoia.
Sample the frenetic nightlife or, better still, the Carnaval, of chic Sitges.
8 Roman Tarragona
This ancient city reveals some of the country’s most important remains of the Roman occupation.