The most requested excursions around Catalonia by private coach departing from Barcelona are:
Medieval towns of the Empordà I
An excursion to the Empordà region of Girona, the Catalan Provence, with a guided visit to the towns of Pals, Peratallada, Palau-Sator and Begur. In summer the excursion also includes a pleasant walk along the coastal path that connects the Aiguablava cove with Fornells.
Medieval towns of the Empordà II
An excursion to the Empordà region of Girona, the Catalan Provence, with a guided visit to the medieval towns of Monells, Cruïlles and Ullastret. The excursion includes a visit to the spectacular Iberian settlement of Ullastret and a visit to La Bisbal, the capital of the region. In summer the excursion also includes free time to bathe on the beach of Pals.
The Costa Brava I: Tossa de Mar + Marimurtra Gardens
An excursion to the southernmost Costa Brava that includes a guided visit to Tossa de Mar, the best-preserved town of medieval origin on the entire Catalan coast, and a visit to the Marimurtra Botanical Garden, one of the most beautiful gardens in the western Mediterranean.
The Costa Brava II: Calella + Cap Roig Gardens
An excursion to the coast of Palafrugell with a visit to Calella, Llafranc, the Sant Sebastià lighthouse and the famous Cap Roig gardens. The excursion also includes a pleasant walk along the coastal path that connects Calella de Palafrugell with Llafranc.
The Costa Brava III: coves and beaches of Palamós
An excursion to the small town of Palamós, which includes a pleasant guided walk along the beautiful coastal path that connects Cala Fosca, in Palamós, with Platja del Castell, passing through the picturesque Cala S’Alguer. This excursion can include a visit to the Fishing Museum or the Palamós fishermen’s market.
The Costa Brava IV: Roses and Cadaqués
An excursion to Roses and Cadaqués, which includes a beautiful boat trip from Roses to the bay of Cadaqués, one of the most beautiful towns in the Mediterranean. This excursion also includes a visit to Dalí’s house-museum in the bay of Port-Lligat and a walk through the Cap de Creus Natural Park, the easternmost point of the Iberian Peninsula.
A one hundred percent Dalinian excursion in the province of Girona that takes us to visit the Dalí theater-museum in Figueres; Gala’s house in Púbol; and Dalí’s house-museum in Port-lligat (Cadaqués). An ideal excursion for lovers of Dalí and for all those people who want to know in depth the personality and work of the great Catalan artist.
The Costa Vermella, in French Catalonia:
An excursion to the Catalan coast of France, known as the Cote Vermeille (Vermel Coast), including a guided tour of Collioure (Cotlliure), Portvendres and Banyuls sur mer (Banyuls de la Marenda). The excursion also includes a visit and wine tasting in a Banyuls controlled designation of origin winery.
Girona and Besalu:
A very complete excursion that includes a guided visit to the old town of Girona and its famous Jewish quarter (call), and a guided visit to the beautiful medieval town of Besalú, which preserves one of the best Romanesque miqvés (Jewish ritual baths). preserved from Europe.
Roman and medieval Tarragona:
A very complete excursion to the city of Tarragona that allows us to discover the rich Roman (amphitheater, circus, remains of the forum, walls, etc.) and medieval heritage of the great city of southern Catalonia. The excursion also includes a visit to the impressive Roman aqueduct of Les Ferreres and the Roman quarry of El Mèdol, located on the outskirts of the city.
Colonia Güell and Sitges:
An excursion to Colonia Güell with a guided visit to the famous crypt designed by Gaudí. And a very complete guided tour in Sitges, one of the most beautiful towns in Spain. The visit to Sitges includes the entrance to the Maricel museum. In summer it is also possible to go to the picturesque Garraf beach and enjoy free time to swim.
A half-day excursion to the famous Benedictine monastery of Montserrat with a rack railway ride from Monistrol. The visit to the monastery and the impressive mountain that welcomes it can include a pleasant walk to the cross of San Miguel, the best viewpoint of the monastery and its surroundings.