Catalonia is a Mediterranean destination with a thousand years of history, its own culture and language, a wealthy historical and natural heritage and a temperate and mild Mediterranean climate, characterised by dry, warm summers and moderately cool winters.
Thanks to its scenic variety, Catalonia has become an appealing destination for many travellers. While the Catalan Pyrenees with their 3,000-metre peaks are an ideal place for skiing, winter tourism, hiking and active tourism, the 580 kilometres of Catalan coastline combine steep cliffs with hidden coves, long sandy beaches and a wide range of watersports.
Adrenaline rushes are guaranteed for the most adventurous visitors. You can paraglide over beautiful valleys, abseil down ravines, and climb up icy walls or raft down river rapids.