Packed full of charming old streets, bright open plazas and elegant buildings including the Church of San Pedro, this town was surely the inspiration for its most famous son, modernist architect Antoni Gaudi.
Towns & Villages of Costa Dorada
Barcelona is a larger than life mix of the traditional and the eccentric with its narrow streets and wide boulevards and iconic buildings like Sagrada Familia Cathedral, the Barcelona Pavillion and Gaudi’s Park Gell and Casa Milà. Don’t miss the view from the Olympic pool on Montjuic or the chance to watch at Camp Nou, the home of Barcelona Football Club.
Once a sleepy fishing village, Sitges is now full of life and ready to party. There are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants and, of course, the beach for a spot of rest and relaxation.