Taste the Catalan atmosphere with a stay in a holiday home in Catalonia! The interior of Catalonia has a changing landscape full of contrasts. You will find beautiful nature reserves and medieval villages. From your holiday home or casa rural in Catalonia, make wonderful trips to the snow-capped peaks and green valleys of the Pyrenees in the north of Catalonia!

Holiday homes in Catalonia, for a holiday in a versatile area

The various civilisations that have lived in Catalonia have left behind an extensive historical heritage. Artists such as Dalì and Gaudì have also left their mark on the region. Don't forget to visit Barcelona, a lively city full of architecturally interesting buildings, or visit cities like Girona, Tarragona and Lleida when you're on holiday in Catalonia. All perfect destinations for an impressive city break.Do you prefer an active holiday? From the holiday homes in Catalonia you can make beautiful walks in the mountains, or play a game of golf on one of the thirty golf courses in this area.If you like good food, you're in the right place. The Catalan cuisine is delicious, varied, and Catalonia is also one of the largest wine regions in Spain. Visit a wine tasting or conjure up a Spanish meal with local products in the kitchen of your holiday home in Catalonia.

Discover the countryside of the Spanish Pyrenees

Experience the peace of the Spanish Pyrenees during your stay in a holiday home in Catalonia. In this 450-kilometre-long mountain area, you'll find sleepy villages and unspoilt natural beauty with rugged peaks, gorges, streams and vast green valleys. Nice to visit during a holiday in Catalonia is the national park 'Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perdido'. In this impressive park you will find glaciers, streams, waterfalls and unique species of flora and fauna. A popular place for hikers because of the various hiking routes that have been set out here. After a long walk it is wonderful to come home to your authentic Spanish holiday home!

Experience a holiday full of action and culture

From a holiday home in Catalonia, visit the centuries-old Pilgrim's Way 'Camino de Santiago', which leads over the mountains and through forests of the Pyrenees.Drive over the hills, passing mountain villages, monasteries and Romanesque churches of which this route is rich in. More to the east, you will find the national park 'Parque Nacional d'Aigüestortes', which consists of granite peaks, coniferous forests, streams and waterfalls. In addition to walking, you can also discover nature by mountain bike, canoe or on horseback. Mountaineers can go to the Benasque valley. Would you rather enjoy a beautiful view from the air? Then paragliding or a balloon trip is an option. The slopes of the Pyrenees, like Baqueira/Beret, Boí-Taüll, Jaca, Astun or Candanchu, are also suitable for winter sports enthusiasts. In short, with a holiday home in Catalonia, you are guaranteed an action-packed holiday for the whole family.

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Holiday in Catalonia - FAQs
How many Belvilla houses can I choose from in Catalonia?

At Belvilla, you can choose from 400+ houses to stay in Catalonia.

What are the most important places to visit in Catalonia?

La Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, Casa Mila, Casa Batllo, La Rambla, Costa Brava, Mercado de La Boqueria, Montjuic, Picasso Museum are some of the important places to visit in Catalonia.

Any activities that I must include during my stay in Catalonia?

Some of the must-try activities in Catalonia are:

  • Sunbathing On Beaches
  • Visiting Tropical Gardens, Butterfly Parks, Natural Parks, and Botanical Gardens
  • Watersports
  • City Tours On Calella De Palafrugell
What are the recommended dishes in Catalonia?

Some of the recommended dishes in Catalonia are Escalivada, Escudella I carn dollar, cannelloni, Esqueixada, calcotada, Suquet de Peix, and Butifarra con alubias.

When is the ideal time to visit Catalonia?

The best time to visit Catalonia is in the months of May and June.

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