Overview Cataluna

Visiting Cataluna

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Stories and Tips Cataluna


Written by guille88 on 11 Sep, 2000

This town's main attraction is a medieval castle. It is on top of a hill, and from this point the locals controlled the pirates that came near the coast. This town is one of the best kept jewels of the Emporda region, because it has…Read More


Written by guille88 on 11 Sep, 2000

This is the capital of Baix Emordá. It's a small town with 7000 people. Once a week, a charming market is set in town, where handcrafters and peasants from the region go to sell their products. Friday is most lively day. Other days are rather peaceful.…Read More

Begur - Hotel Agua Blava

Written by SueChef on 19 Aug, 2008

I had a Spanish friend take me for lunch here otherwise I never would have stumbled upon this beautiful hotel. I'm not sure if it's a blessing or a curse that the internet has made this place more accessible. The views from this hotel are…Read More

Getting to Cambrils from Barcelona

Written by idared on 30 Jan, 2002

If you arrange your own travel like we did (not many agencies cover Cambrils, which is why it is such a relaxing place to be!), you will put this information to good use. We arrived by plane from Budapest and took the subway to the Barcelona…Read More

Vegetarians in Cambrils

Written by idared on 30 Jan, 2002

One of my friends travelling with us is a vegetarian and we did have some problems finding restaurants that had vegetarian dishes. They usually were pasta with plain tomato sauce or vegetarian pizza, but we did find a place where they had vegetarian paella, the…Read More


Written by guille88 on 11 Sep, 2000

This is one of the main medieval nuclei that can be found on the way through Emporda and Costa Brava. It dates from the XII century. Visit the 'Torre de las Horas,' a tower on top of a hill, that offers one of the best…Read More

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