Admire Gaudí’s eclectic Modernist architecture in Barcelona, discover the surrealist world of Dalí in Costa Brava and get lost in its rugged coastline full of secluded smugglers’ coves. End this Mediterranean adventure in the turquoise waters and white, sandy beaches of Menorca. Paradise.
Spring, summer or autumn
9 days, 8 nights
culture, art, history
Land in vibrant and modern Barcelona. Probably one of the most influential cities in Europe with a unique art and food scene and some fabulous architecture and fashion, Barcelona and its people can’t help but make you feel good. We’ll make sure you see Gaudí’s eclectic Modernist architecture, the Roman walls, the old Jewish and Gothic quarters, the beaches and the city’s contemporary art museums. Then it’s an afternoon at the magical Park Güell.
With its mystical buildings, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped straight into a fairytale. You can’t leave Barcelona without sampling some of its mind-blowing, avant-garde food and extraordinary local wines. For sparkling wine, we’ll whisk you off to the cava region for sumptuous tastings paired with the local delicacies.
Only a short train ride or drive away from Barcelona is the stunning and quaint Costa Brava. Possibly one of the most romantic, gorgeous and unspoilt stretches of coastline in Europe, the Costa Brava is rugged and wild in parts and tastefully polished in others. Here you’ll find a perfect mix of wide, sandy stretches of beach, elegant horseshoe bays and secluded smugglers’ coves. Spend a few days exploring the old town of Girona and revel in art in Cadaques, Dalí’s birth town and one of the most picturesque towns on the coastline.
Whether it’s bike riding along the coast, hiking part of the Camí de Ronda or sipping on cocktails and indulging in seafood at a chic beachfront restaurant, the Costa Brava will leave you feeling extra special.
To end your trip, we’ll transport you to Mediterranean paradise. The turquoise waters and white, sandy beaches of Menorca will make you feel like you’ve landed in the Caribbean. With more beaches than Ibiza and Mallorca put together, Menorca’s coastline has unspoiled gems with soft sand and sparkling, azule waters. The best way to explore this Mediterranean paradise is with your own hire car. Watch the sunset over the immense Mediterranean Sea from an old lighthouse, get lost in the cobbled alleys of the secluded port of Ciutadella, taste what’s considered the best lobster soup on the island and sip cocktails inside a cave on the edge of a cliff while listening to summer rhythms…As you drive freely across the enclave, you’ll be blown away by the warm sea breeze, spectacular island vistas and the never-ending horizon of the Mediterranean Sea.