FC Barcelona football club and its intimate connection with the history and culture of Catalonia.
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Girona, in the Catalonia region of Spain, is a cyclist’s paradise, and also a place for mushroom hunters and an easy mix of Arab and Jewish influences.
A day trip out of Barcelona in Catalonia’s Volcanic region to La Garrotxa volcanic zone natural park for bicycling, hot air ballooning and wine tasting.
Costa Brava offseason: A visit to the deserted beaches and castles like Tossa de Mar, Castle of Begur, the Waterfront at Platja d’Aro and local restaurant choices in this beautiful part of Spain’s coast.
Outside of Barcelona, on the coast of Catalonia Spain, is Figueres, where Salvador Dali once lived. It’s a giant museum devoted to Dali in Figueres, Spain.
A two-country road trip, first up, Barcelona and Sagrada Familia and cafes of this exciting city, then some time in a castle in Minervois, Southern France.
At the Santa Tecla Festival in Tarragona, besides giant bobbing heads, the locals create human towers up to eight stories high in the streets!
In Ribes de Freser, Spain, it’s time for the Sheepdog trials that pit the well-trained dogs against one another in a spirited competition in rural Spain.
Jean Miller Spoljaric attends bullfighting in Valencia Spain and is so horrified she cheers for the bull, hating have to see an animal die of stab wounds.
A summary of the 2016 trips by GoNOMAD’s travel writers Cathie Arquilla, Steve Hartshorne, Sonja Stark, Cindy Bigras, Paul Shoul and Max Hartshorne
Menorca, Spain’s Sunny, Relaxing Island. With 100 beaches, it’s a perfect place to wander or people watch.
Andorra: A guide on the shopping, skiing, and sightseeing in the small European country of Andorra.