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Explore the expanse of the Pyrenees
Rolling hills and sweeping cliffs covered in forests and snow-capped mountains, the Pyrenees oozes charm and a sense of exploration. A playground for ramblers and hikers to walk amongst history, a divine culture and also to experience something exquisitely unique. Its close proximity to the French border gives the land a Parisian feel, whilst exploiting its grandeur and beauty. Nestled in the midst of the mountains lie castles, quaint villages and ancient caves, seemingly untouched and waiting to be explored.
Gastronomy to rival the greats
Granada, the home of Islamic architecture, Arabian inspired street life and traditional tapas bars that offer a taste into the local’s way of life. Sit against a backdrop of the sunset whilst enjoying fragrant and fresh tapas dishes speckled with local seafood and old-school recipe secrets. Pair your dishes with the rich and ripe tastes of the Spanish vineyards for a truly traditional experience.
An enchanting seaside city
Barcelona is a city unlike any other, a mecca for architectural brilliance, celebrated cuisine, urban party life and the gaze of the Mediterranean sun. Home to Basque-style seafood and tapas bars, architecture dating back over 2000 years and sand-covered beaches that make a fine backdrop for sunbathing, jogging or a bike ride. As day turns to night, Barcelona becomes a limitless holdall for sunset cocktails and beach parties galore, encapsulating the true essence of Spanish life.
A picture-perfect portrait
Set back from the hustle and bustle of beach life lies the Museu Picasso. A celebration of the life of Pablo Picasso offering a glimpse at an extensive selection of his most infamous pieces. Made up of five adjoining palaces, it became the first museum dedicated to Picasso’s work and the only one opened within the duration of his life. Explore this immersive experience into Spain’s magnificent art history.