One of the main European cities; cosmopolitan, multi-cultural and Mediterranean, it has a wide array of cultural and leisure activities and culinary delights on offer the whole year round. Admire modernism buildings by Gaudí, Lluís Domènech i Montaner or Josep Puig i Cadafalch. Take a walking tour to well known museums such as the MACBA, the Picasso or the MNAC. Or enjoy the beaches and the views from striking places such as the Tibidabo.
Very close to La Roca Village is the Montseny nature park, which is one of Catalonia’s main nature reserves, ideal for trekkers and nature lovers.
The capital of the region is Granollers, a small town where you can learn more about the life long traditions such as the Castellers, las Sardanas or the Giants' parade. You can also relax and switch off in any of the thermal spa towns such as La Garriga and Caldes de Montbuí.
The Costa Brava has some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean, so it is especially interesting to visit in the summer. Although it is just as inviting in the winter thanks to its small picturesque towns like Tossa or Tamariu, the historic towns and architecture in the centres of El Pals or Empúries and the artistic influence of towns such as Cadaqués and Figueras, which are immortalised by artists such as Dalí.