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If you're searching for a spectacular city break with gorgeous beaches thrown in too, then Barcelona holidays are your best bet. Located on the northeast corner of the Iberian Peninsula and facing the emerald blue Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona is undoubtedly one of the most popular cities in Europe - and is best visited during the early summer months of April and May.

 

With mild, cool winters and tepid summers, this buzzing city provides the perfect opportunity to indulge in all kinds of outdoor activities. Barcelona holidays offer incredble architecture, art, culture and atmopshere in its bustling city, while the coast is a favourite with families, couples and friends alike. Tour the vibrant city on a bike, catch a show at the world-famous Liceu Opera House or marvel at Sagrada Familia, the stunning Neo-Gothic church designed by the eccentric Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudi.

 

For those who can’t do without shopping, holidays in Barcelona serve up a tantalizing mix of fashionable boutiques, local markets, high-street brands and secret gems for yout to browse. This Mediterranean gem is also a paradise for food lovers – explore the city's hidden tapas bars and indulge in local, delicious bites and a glass or two of Sangria, you'll find some of the best spots nestled down cobbled streets. Romantic and vibrant, Barcelona holidays are a must for fun-loving couples, families and friends alike.

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Hit the lovely sands of Sitges

 

 

Hit the lovely sands of Sitges

For its small size, the town boasts of an incredible 17 beaches and all are regarded highly among tourists. Ranging from gay-friendly to nudist and family-friendly, whatever it is you’re looking for, there’s a beach for you. White and sandy stretches vary from being a short walk from the city centre to remote and secluded. While Platja de la Fragata, next to the church, has a volleyball net and pedalo hire making it popular for families, Garraf is a little remote but incredibly scenic with thanks to its backdrop of the Sierra de Coma Roja area. The popular stretches in the centre boast a clutch of seafront cafes and restaurants, too.

Soak up the history & culture

 

Soak up the history & culture

Sitges has charmed us with its cultural town for centuries, with awe-inspiring architecture - including its 20th century seafront mansions – art and treasure museums and historic tales. Visit the Cau Ferrat Museum, once home to the artist Santiago Rusiñol, whom upon his death left the house and its contents open to the general public – there are also museums like Maricel Museum and Museu Romantic worth of a visit. The Sitges Film Festival is also a must for fantasy and horror lovers.

 
Join the local Carnival

 

Join the local Carnival

Summer brings out the town’s hedonistic flavour as the annual Sitges Carnival springs into action, attracting over a quarter of a million participating revelers each year. Imagine a host of parties, fiestas and parades dominating the narrow, cobbled streets with sightings of spectacular fancy dress, twinkling sequins, multi-coloured feathers and neon face paint – and if you haven’t seen it, we’re sure you’ll hear it, as it’s one of the largest events on the Catalan coast! Over 40 floats and 2,000 party-goers take to the streets during this event, so if you’re visiting in early March be sure to grab a costume and go crazy! Another important event in the town’s calendar is the annual Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia, during which many celebrated actor and directors land up here.

 
Day trip to Garraf Park

 

 

Day trip to Garraf Park

For a change of pace, take a day trip to Garraf Park, an expansive 12,820 hectares of limestone hills and corresponding landscape to relax in nature’s lap. The features are of a typical Med scrubland with low rise shrubs and herbs, heavily wooded areas with tall holm oaks and Aleppo pine trees. Margello, a Mediterranean fan palm, rare and protected can also be seen here. Small animals such as Mediterranean tortoises, wild boar, rabbits, Bonelli's eagles, quails, falcons and few birds of prey have made it their home and can be spotted here.

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