Let’s get lost in Catalonia! The 10 most beautiful villages of Costa Daurada – part III.

Let’s get lost on Costa Daurada

Let’s get lost on Costa Daurada this time! In the first two episodes of the Let's get lost in Catalonia series, we have already reviewed 20 beautiful inland villages in Catalonia. You can take a look here if you missed them. Let’s get lost in Catalonia! The 10 most picturesque non-coastal Catalan villages – part I.Let’s …

Let’s get lost in Catalonia! 10 more picturesque non-coastal Catalan villages – part II.

Let's get lost in Catalonia!

In the first part of this series, we have covered 10 beautiful inland villages in Catalonia. Take a look here, if you missed "Let's get lost in Catalonia! The 10 most picturesque non-coastal Catalan villages - part I.", as this article is a continuation of that. Of course, the list doesn't end here, as Catalonia …

Let’s get lost in Catalonia! The 10 most picturesque non-coastal Catalan villages – part I.

Let's get lost in Catalonia! The 10 most picteresque non-coastal Catalan villages.

I bet if you happen to like football you have already heard the famous cheering of F.C. Barcelona: "visca el Barça i visca Catalunya", meaning "long live Barça and Catalonia". And yes, when we think about Catalonia as a potential travel destination, usually the first spot coming to everyone's mind is its capital city: Barcelona. If we think further then normally we include …

On the route of the castles in Camp de Tarragona region – part II.

Vilaseca On the route of the castles in Camp de Tarragona region

We are here to continue our article about the castles worth visiting in Camp de Tarragona region. In the first part - On the route of the castles in Camp de Tarragona region - part I., we have covered the castles of Tamarit, Calafell, Ferran, Altafulla, and El Catllar, and in this article, we will …

Rice with what? – On the route of Spanish rice dishes

Paella in Albufera

Let's start with a basic fact. I'm originally coming from a country (Hungary), where people don't really eat rice. Especially me. Nevertheless, I discovered the route of Spanish rice dishes. Yes, we can find rice there too, usually as a cheap side dish, but just imagine the most boring plain white rice, lacking any culinary …

Farena – the fairy tale village of the Prades Mountains

Beautiful stone houses in Farena

On a sunny day, when actually the forecast said rain for the whole day, we decided to go for a round trip into the Prades Mountains. The Prades Mountains, also known as Muntanyes de Prades, is a large calcareous mountain massif straddling the comarcas of Alt Camp, Baix Camp, Conca de Barberà, Garrigues and Priorat, in Catalonia. These mountains have characteristic large …