This weeklong adventure combines a mix of private tours and free time for the ultimate introduction to Spain's Catalonia region. Kick off the week in cosmopolitan Barcelona for Gaudí architecture, tapas bars, and Mediterranean beaches. Then head north to the Costa Brava for kayaking, Dalí culture, and wine tasting—all while staying in a medieval town loaded with great restaurants.
City Walk & Wine Tasting in the Empordà Region, Girona
As a former home to Greeks, Romans, Visigoths, and Franks, Girona has stood the test of time via countless attacks by armies from near and far, which you can discuss with your guide. The local Catalans who live here have tastefully respected the town's unique history in carrying out the artistic, architectural, and cultural traditions since its founding nearly 2,000 years ago.
You can have lunch in Girona before driving to a small wine producer in the Costa Brava's Empordà region. This area stretches from the town of Figueres in Catalonia to the French border. Although not as big as other viticulture regions in Spain, Empordà is known to produce delicious wines like white grenache, tempranillo, Macabeo, and syrah. There's a long wine-producing legacy here—historians say that vineyards have been in this area since the 5th century BCE.
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Itineraries with City Walk & Wine Tasting in the Empordà Region
There's nothing quite like the Iberian Peninsula. It's home to Spain and Portugal, two distinct countries that feature some of the richest culture and most scenic locales in Europe. Over 16 unforgettable days, you'll visit the highlights of both nations, from Lisbon and Madrid to Porto and Barcelona—plus the Costa Brava, the Empordá wine region, and everywhere in between.