Catalonia, Valencia, and the Costa Blanca Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Catalonia, Valencia, and the Costa Blanca - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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The Costa Brava 8


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Blanes 1

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Tossa de Mar 1

Besalú 5

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Banys Arabs

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A misnomer, the Banys Arabs were actually built by Morisco craftsmen (workers of Moorish descent) in the late 12th century, long after...


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At the heart of the Old City, the cathedral looms above 90 steps and is famous for its nave—at 75 feet, the widest in the world and...

Centre Bonastruc ça Porta

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Housed in a former synagogue and dedicated to the preservation of Girona's Jewish heritage, this center organizes conferences, exhibitions,...

El Call

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Girona is especially noted for its 13th-century Jewish Quarter, El Call, which can be found branching off Carrer de la Força, south...

Monestir de Sant Pere de Galligants

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The church of St. Peter, across the Galligants River, was finished in 1131, and is notable for its octagonal Romanesque belfry and the...

Museu d'Art

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The Episcopal Palace near the cathedral contains the wide-ranging collections of Girona's main art museum. You'll see everything from...

Museu d'Història de la Ciutat

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On Carrer de la Força, this fascinating museum is filled with artifacts from Girona's long and embattled past. From pre-Roman objects...

Museu del Cinema

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An interactive museum, this spot has artifacts and movie-related paraphernalia starting from Chinese shadows, the first rudimentary moving...

Passeig Arqueològic

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The landscaped gardens of this stepped archaeological walk are below the restored walls of the Old Quarter (which you can walk, in parts)...

Placeta del Institut Vell

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In this small square on Carrer de la Força you can study a tar-blackened 3-inch-long, half-inch-deep groove carved shoulder-high into...