Flights to Catalonia
You can travel on our direct flights to Catalonia from plenty of UK airports. These include international routes from London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol Airport. You can choose to land at either Girona Airport or Reus Airport. Either way, you’ll only be in the air for a couple of hours before you touch down in Catalonia, ready to start your holiday. The Catalonia region is made up of two good-looking Costas, which offer up a mix of family-friendly resorts and off-the-radar towns. You’ll find them tucked into Spain’s north-eastern corner, with Barcelona in between. The most northerly is Costa Brava – AKA the Wild Coast. This place has been winning holidaymakers over for decades with its rugged coastline. Resorts like Tossa de Mar and Lloret de Mar have their fair share of Blue Flag beauties. The former also lines up pretty countryside for exploring, while the latter is known for its lively night scene and really steps up to the mark when it comes to buzzing clubbing holidays. Costa Dorada, on the other hand, translates as ‘Golden Coast’. Here, things revolve around the caramel-coloured sands. That’s not to say there’s nothing else to do, though. Take Salou, for example – it packs in a seafront playground, a busy market and Spain’s biggest theme park, PortAventura. Whichever Costa you choose, Barcelona is within daytripping distance, so you won’t need to switch hotels to pay it a visit. This beachside city is a mixed bag of eccentric architecture, Medieval marvels and shop-filled avenues. Ready to book your holiday? You can search for our airline’s cheapest flights to Catalonia on our Flight Deals page, where we load the latest offers.
- Snap pictures of Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia cathedral from every angle – it’s the architect’s most famous masterpiece in Barcelona.
- Ride one of Europe’s tallest and fastest rollercoasters – Shambala – on a trip to Salou’s PortAventura theme park.
- Go beach hopping in Cambrils, where there are nine Blue Flag stretches to pick from.
- Check out the Roman ruins in Tarragona. A 10-minute drive from La Pineda will get you to the former capital, which is dominated by a massive amphitheatre.
- Try coca from a traditional eatery in Calella de la Costa’s old town. This Spanish pastry can be sweet or savoury, but in these parts it’s often used to make the Catalonian equivalent to pizza.
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