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Discovering Barcelona’s green belt

Going hiking with Barcelona at your feet and enjoying its characteristic urban silhouette, watching the city pouring towards the sea, with the famous streets designed by Ildefons Cerdà, always in a straight...

Anoia, land of castles and waterfalls

Anoia is a region of contrasts and nuances but largely remains unknown. Alta Anoia is a plateau of thick fog dominated by intense green in spring and the yellow of ripe cereals in summer, the Òdena basin...

The secrets of Cardona’s salt mountain

The Salt Mountain is a unique natural phenomenon on the planet that grows as rain erodes it. Its 120 metres in height are just the tip of a huge diapir (a geological structure consisting of mobile material...

Cerdanya: the great valley of the Pyrenees

Josep Pla wrote: “La Cerdanya is one of the most beautiful, finest counties in Catalonia. It is a large bowl, structured on the course of the Segre, with the quirky feature of dropping slightly, gently,...

Hostalric and the legacy of the Cabreras

In 1810, Hostalric was on the verge of disappearing. French troops commanded by Pierre François Augereau, who were obsessed with gaining entry into Girona and considered the town to be the city’s first...