From the coast to the mountains, from sea to crag, from sandy beach to shady Mediterranean forest – the diverse and changing natural landscapes of Catalonia exert a powerful attraction to walkers.
This walking holiday through the autonomous community in Northern Spain has been specifically designed to reveal many aspects of the beautiful Catalonia. You will walk along the “wild coast” with its miles of coastal cliffs, solitary beaches and coves with crystal clear water. You will walk inland through the Aiguamolls Nature Reserve where innumerable seabirds and songbirds have settled. You will walk up mountain trails offering spectacular views sweeping far into the Pyrenees.
You will have the chance to discover Greek and Roman ruins, gothic buildings, the region’s acclaimed gastronomy. Sample the wines produced by the vineyards you pass en-route and much more!
We have chosen accommodation that fits the character of the walk. We believe they offer the best quality of service and value for money from the choice available. The accommodation varies, from a beautiful 4* rural converted farmhouse surrounded by orchards to a large rustic family run 4* hotel close to the beach in a traditional whitewashed fishing village surrounded by mountains.
Catalonia is currently seeking independence from Spain. This shouldn’t impact your trip, but do keep it in mind when talking to locals.