Barcelona and Girona Provinces: The heart and soul of Catalonia, Spain
Catalonia proudly boasts the rugged Pyrenees Mountains, the pristine Mediterranean Sea, top Spanish wine regions of Penedes and Emporda , and charming medieval villages found along the way to everywhere. The Catalonia region and Spanish Trails® offer countless exploration and experiences to hikers, paddlers, cyclist, and wine and cuisine enthusiasts who have anywhere from one day to many weeks to tap the best of what this privileged region has to offer.
Endless culture, adventure, wine and gastronomy tour possibilities year-round!
Barcelona and Girona, Catalan cities that need no introduction, find themselves conveniently situated within 1 hour of endless culture, adventure, wine and gastronomy tour possibilities. The year-round, temperate Mediterranean climate makes Catalonia a very desirable corner of the world for active travellers of all ages. Summers are sunny, warm and dry with an average temperature of 32ºC (90ºF). Autumn is mostly sunny, dry and cool with an average temperature of 15ºC (60ºF). Winters get relatively little rain and good sun with an average temperature of 10ºC (50ºF). Spring gets the majority of intermittent rainfall but the forecast almost always calls for sun. Spring visitors can actually enjoy a city, ski, beach and wine country holiday without changing their Barcelona or Girona accommodation! With the Empordà and Penedes wine regions close by, your Barcelona day trips and tours easily become a gastronomical experience even if you are hiking with us for the day.
Catalonia: A perfect holiday and event destination for all ages and interests.
Independent travellers, families and company events will find this region to encompass all elements of what make up a truly well-rounded experience. With airports in both Barcelona and Girona, the culture and natural surroundings of Catalonia are more accessible and affordable than ever to short and long term travellers.