Grand Tour of Catalonia – Active-Traveler



Join us on a journey full of travels in Catalonia

The Grand Tour of Catalonia is a powerful and ambitious idea that will present striking elements of Catalan culture, while putting responsible tourism at the heart of its concerns. It is divided into five sections, each of which can be walked in 5-7 days through different stages that offer tours related to culture, nature and food and wine.

Starting and ending in Barcelona, ​​the circular route goes to Tarragona, through Montserrat, the heritage of Solsona, the vineyards and cellars of the Penedès, the main icons of Garraf and the Costa Daurada. It continues to the Ebro Delta, then crosses Terra Alta and Priorat. Lleida is the gateway to the Pyrenees with the Val d’Aran and the Romanesque churches of Vall de Boí.

The natural landscapes of the Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park and the Noguera-Pallaresa river lie on the road to La Seu d’Urgell. From there you pass through medieval villages and the volcanic area of ​​La Garrotxa. Once on the Costa Brava, the work of Figueres and Dalí invites you to visit the interior of the country and the fishing villages. The Montseny and the forests of Collsacabra mark the way to Barcelona, ​​stopping at the beaches of the Costa Barcelona.

In addition to the major tourist attractions and major cities of Catalonia, the Grand Tour will also offer travelers the opportunity to get to know the different regions of Catalonia in more depth, while allowing everyone to tailor the trip to their tastes. Do it all at once, or do as little or as much as you want over multiple tours. It’s your Grand Tour!

Once you have chosen your first section, come to Catalonia and start living a journey full of trips.

Aicard Guinovart i Marques

Catalonia – Catalan Tourist Office
UK and Ireland office



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