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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Begur and Around 2

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Sant Feliu de Guixols 1

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Tarragona 11

Alicante 8

Besalu 5

Sitges 3

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Amphitheater

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Tarragona, the Emperor Augustus's favorite winter resort, had arguably the finest amphitheater in Roman Iberia, built in the 2nd century...

Casa Castellarnau

  • House/Mansion/Villa

Now an art and historical museum, this Gothic palauet (townhouse) built by Tarragona nobility in the 18th century includes stunning...

Catedral

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Built between the 12th and 14th centuries on the site of a Roman temple and a mosque, this cathedral shows the transition from Romanesque...

El Serrallo

  • Market/Bazaar

The always-entertaining fishing quarter and harbor are below the city near the bus station and the mouth of the Francolí River. Attending...

Gaudí Centre

  • Museum/Gallery

In this small museum showcasing the life and work of the city's most illustrious son, there are copies of the models Gaudí made for...

Museu Nacional Arqueològic de Tarragona

  • Museum/Gallery

A 1960s neoclassical building contains this museum housing the most significant collection of Roman artifacts in Catalonia. Among the...

Museu Paleocristià i Necrópolis

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Just uphill from the fish market is the early Christian necropolis and museum. In 1923, the remains of this burial ground were discovered...

Museu Pau Casals

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The family house of renowned cellist Pau (Pablo) Casals (1876–1973) is on the beach at Sant Salvador, just east of the town of El Vendrell.

Passeig Arqueològic

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

A 1½-km (1-mile) circular path skirting the surviving section of the 3rd-century BC Ibero-Roman ramparts, this walkway was built on...

Praetorium

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This towering building was Augustus's town house, and is reputed to be the birthplace of Pontius Pilate. Its Gothic appearance is the...

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