For lovers of the mountain and the sea province Girona
Situation: Girona province just northeast of the province of Catalonia along with the French Pyrenees and Andorra. Account with a part of its territory on the Mediterranean coast so in a same province you will find mountains and beautiful beaches.
Municipalities: Hundreds of people are who make up the province where its capital is the center of attention of all activity and where more people live. The coastal climate is warmer than in the mountains.
What to see? You have the possibility of that time that is holiday spend a part in the Pyrenees by mountaineering and the other part of the days off on the beach where there are many beautiful coves. It is an area steeped in history dating back to the Iberians so there are numerous monuments across the area.
What to eat? In Girona you can taste many types of food according to the site where you are on the coast has dishes with fish as the protagonist in the mountain there are more soups.
Where to stay? In the largest municipalities you have at your disposal a very variety of hotels, hostels and private accommodation for your holidays. You can rent houses
How to get? Girona airport has daily flights to parts of Europe. By train you can reach from different parts of Spain and France. The main highways are the AP-7 and the A2.
Catalonia: Barcelona, Guadi and a great place for a holiday
Location: The autonomous community of Catalonia is located in the northeast of the Iberian peninsula. In the north it borders France through the Pyrenees and also other autonomous communities such as Aragon and Valencia. It has many miles of beach on the Mediterranean Sea.
Municipalities: It has 947 municipalities that are distributed in four provinces and in 41 counties. Their main emblem is Barcelona where many tourists are attracted by its cosmopolitan charms.
What to see? In Catalonia you can choose to enjoy artwork by artists recognized worldwide, at the Gaudi museum. There are some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean with clean beaches. If you enjoy spending time in the mountains, there are a good network of roads.
What to eat? The autonomous region has a strong culinary tradition with dishes that are prepared with local crops.
Where to stay? For an autonomous region where tourism plays an important role, you will have many possibilities. Hotels, villas or apartments on the coast are the three main options.
How to get there? Barcelona Airport receives many flights from different parts of the world on a daily basis. The high speed train connects Catalonia with the other regions. It has a network of motorways and highways of high quality.