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Cycling in Barcelona

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Barcelona is one of the world’s most beautiful and culture rich cities, with its picturesque peaks, gorgeous architecture and pristine beaches. The best part is that it is all within riding distance, making cycling around the city an ideal way to take in the sights.

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Sledding in Catalonia’s Aran Valley

Montgarri

Montgarri

We’re gliding silently through an undulating winter landscape, with the soft padding of paws the only rhythmic accompaniment. Other than the musher’s occasional boisterous commands, all is peaceful. As we settled into the cozy sled – covered only in a thick fleece blanket – we leaned back to discover the Milky Way spread across the night sky.

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Catalonia: Beyond Barcelona

Skiing at Baqueira-Beret

Skiing at Baqueira-Beret

While Barcelona is no doubt a popular destination on the Mediterranean coast, but head into Catalonia’s hinterland, and you’ll discover that there’s a lot more to this coastal city. For starters, there’s the prestigious ski resort of Baqueira-Beret in Val d’Aran, as well as the breathtaking canyon of Congost de Montrebei. Skiing, hiking, mountain biking and rafting are some great ways to explore Catalonia’s varied landscape.

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Explore Catalonian Crags in Lleida

Escalada a la Vall d'Ëger (Montsec, La Noguera)

To most, the image of Catalonia is that of sunny Barcelona, but head just inland from the Med, and you’ll be in the foothills of the Pyrenees Mountains. Forming the rugged border between France and Spain, their sheer walls and deep chasms hide ancient villages with Romanesque churches and castles, and are popular with hikers, birders and rock climbers.

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