Picasso Way in a group and with a guide: on the artist’s footsteps

Did you know that Pablo Picasso spent almost three months in Gósol, in Berguedà, between May and August 1906? Experts agree that this stay in Gósol brought about an inflection point in his artistic development, and that it would be in this little village, hidden in the Catalan Pyrenees, where the artist would take his […]

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Oliba Route: the Catalan Romanesque route

Any excuse is good to take a few days off and go on a route, so… why not use the occasion to go for a walk through Catalunya’s history? Pedratour invites you to celebrate spring with a guided route through the history of Catalan Romanesque, from April 1 to 5: the Oliba Route.

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April of Cathars and mountains: the Cathars’ Trail in a group and with a guide

Such a yearning for a getaway! We’re all craving for the chance to go a little trip, aren’t we? Personally, all these “mobility restrictions” are atrophying my muscles; I just can’t wait to put my boots on and go walking through some mountains! Don’t you? But don’t you suffer too much; it all comes sooner […]

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Lovely rural hotels

Well, since I already bugged you by talking about why rural tourism is so cool and why it must be supported, today I’m bringing a selection of our favourite rural hotels. I won’t get my feet wet by saying they’re the best –I wouldn’t like to be accused of false advertising–, but we know all of [...]
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Long live the rural tourism!

Why is it that we like rural tourism this much, in Pedratour? It’s not because we are peasants –although, to be honest, we kind of are–, but because the values associated to it. With this, I intend to go beyond the “sightseeing in the nature”, since rural tourism is much more than that. We truly [...]
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