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Tour through Catalunya by motorhome



16 days and 15 nights

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

2 people




A region full of natural contrasts. You'll find both mountain and sea, and you can enjoy hidden little bays with crystalline waters, walk through a green vale skirting a glacial lake, or experience nature in the wilderness. A combination of landscapes that have inspired many of the universal artists who... More

A region full of natural contrasts. You’ll find both mountain and sea, and you can enjoy hidden little bays with crystalline waters, walk through a green vale skirting a glacial lake, or experience nature in the wilderness. A combination of landscapes that have inspired many of the universal artists who contributed to mould the 20th sentury artistic sensibility.

We have designed this Tour for you to enjoy both the mountain and the sea, and discover amazing hideouts.

*Motorhome Tour. Prices are per person in a motorhome for 2 people (Campster-type motorhome). There’s the option to rent larger campers. For more than 2 people, please contact




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Day 1: Deltebre and Tortosa

Departure to Deltebre, a village located in the heart of the Ebre Delta Natural Park, a parfect place to dive into nature. A colourful land where the rice cycle marks the landscape's hue. Each season has its particular charm. A landscape of flat lands, a boundless horizon.
Sea taxi tour through the bay, and stopover at the Musclarium (mussle farm) for a mussle and oyster tasting.

Day 2: Tortosa

Tortosa is the capital of the Ebre river, a city in which past times are brathable in all of the Old Town's corners. A three-culture city in which, during the Late Middle Ages, Christians, Muslims (Saracens) and Hebrews (Judaists) coexisted.
Furthermore, it lays between two Natural Parks –the one of the Ebre Delta, and the Ports Natural Park–, but also in the heart of Terres de l'Ebre (the Ebre lands), a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
A day to explore the city.
In the afternoon, we'll go on a cruise through the Ebre river to watch the sunset while having cava and a typical tart of Tortosa.

Day 3: Lleida

Lleida is a city with a series of monumental buildings showing the variety of cultures that have left their mark in the city, from Roman and medieval remains to contemporary constructions.
Visit to La Seu Vella, a very renowned Romanesque-Gothic edifice that dominates the city from the homonymous hill.

Day 4: Lleida

Outing to Torrebesses. Ruta de la Pedra Seca tour (literally, Dry Stone Route) and Torrebesses oil tasting.
After the visit, lunch at a local restaurant.

Day 5: Mont-rebei Gorge and Vielha

Outing to the Mont-rebei Gorge, a vertical landscape between Aragón and Catalunya which cuts from North to South the Montsec mountain chain, the first great formation of the Catalan Pre-Pyrenees.
Hiking route to the Mont-rebei Gorge.
Then, departure to Vielha, capital of Vall d'Aran and a very charming village, surrounded by over 2.000 m high peaks. A land of a thousand colours with plenty of activities in the nature to offer.

Day 6: Vielha and Aigüestortes National Park

Outing to the Aigüestortes National Park, the only National Park in Catalunya, with peaks surpassing 3.000 m, rivers, canyons and waterfalls. A park displaying many shapes and colours, and sheltering a great diversity of vegetal and animal species who fight for survival in this harsh environment and bring life to this protected area, unique in Southern Europe. We will provide with all the needed information to go on a route.

Day 7: Sort and La Seu d'Urgell

Departure towards La Seu d'Urgell.
Stopover in Sort, an intrestig pyrenean territory of nature, culture and sport, with many attractives to discover.
You can take advantage of the stop and buy some lottery in La Bruixa d'Or.
Option to go rafting.

Day 8: La Seu d'Urgell

La Seu is a city offering various cultural, leisure and sport activities, as well as a commercial hub with local food products, and a great offer of high quality accomodation and gastronomy.
Gastronomic tour.

Day 9: Solsona and Cardona

Departure to Cardona.
Stopover in Solsona, capital of the Solsonès region, a city keeping its main attractives: the calm and richness of its historic and cultural heritage.
You can visit its Old Town which conserves three entrance gates from when the city was fortified: the bridge gate, the castle gate, and the Llobera gate. It keeps, as well, some parts of the city walls at Vall Calent and at the Pou de Gel (ice well), where they kept the ice to conserve it.

Day 10: Cardona

Cardona is a medieval village with great history, and located in a natural environment that offers many activities.
Its Old Town is a Site of National Cultural Interest in the historical set category. It's a good opporunity to visit it.
Guided visit to the salt mines, a natural phenomena, unique in the world, which still grows while rain erodes it. For one hour, you'll walk as deep as 86 metres into the mine and enjoy the spectacle of shapes and textures offered by the salt massif.

Day 11: Sau Reservoir

Outing to Pantà de Sau (Sau Reservoir), a reservoir found between crags. Its Romanesque bell tower stands out and is the popular measure of the reservoir's water level. With its 17 km length and 3 km width, it allows fishing and doing water sports.

Day 12: Vic

A day to discover the city of Vic by walking along its streets and dicovering its historic past. A marked route allows the visitor to behold thirty buildings, all of them of historical, architectural or artistic interest.

Day 13: Girona and Begur

Departure towards Begur. On the way, stopover in Girona to visit the city and to wander through the entangled streets of the Jewish quarter discovering all of its corners. You should also visit the Cathedral with its great nave, the Romanesque Sant Pere de Galligants Monastery, the Sant Feliu Gothic basilica, the coulirist houses... And there's so much more to discover!

Day 14: Cadaqués and Cap de Creus

Outing to Cadaqués, a lovely town where to get lost through its alleys and to enjoy the landscape from its lookouts.
Guided tour to the house of Dalí, the only steady residence of Salvador Dalí, where he lived and worked until 1982.
After visiting Cadaqués and Salvador Dalí's house, we'll visit Cap de Creus, a Natural Park that has inspired many different artistic expressions and has splendid views upon the sea.

Day 15: Sant Feliu de Guíxols

Outing to Sant Feliu de Guíxols, the very essence of Costa Brava, surrounded by a landscape full of contrasts. On this day, you'll enjoy this coast of cliffs that break into small bays and caves, one of the most charming natural spaces.
The town, an old fishing village, conserves an important historical heritage whose best exponent is the Benedictine Monastery and its oldest part, the Romanesque Porta Ferrada.
This a day for enjoying the many activities the city offers. We porpose two of them (optional): the Via Ferrata, the only one in Europe suspended over the sea, and kayaking to enjoy the hideouts of the bays.

Day 16: Sallent

Return to Sallent and end of the trip.


  • Motorhome rental for 16 days.
  • Visit and tasting at the Musclarium in Deltebre.
  • Cruise through the Ebre river with cava and typical tart.
  • Tickets for La Seu Vella.
  • Visit + cheese tasting in La Seu d'Urgell.
  • Tickets for the salt mines.
  • Guided tour to Dalí's house.
  • Travel guide and recommendations book.
  • 24 hours telephone assistance.
  • Anything not mentioned before.
  • Optional visits and activities.
  • Travel and cancellation insurance.

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  • Guided kayaking in the Sau Reservoir(€35,00)
  • Via Ferrata in Sant Feliu de Guíxols(€50,00)
  • Travel and cancellation insurance(€25,00)

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