The British Museum and ‘La Caixa’ Bank Foundation, which is the section dedicated to social and cultural initiatives of the biggest bank in Catalonia, will collaborate to organise four big projects between 2016 and 2020…
The three brothers behind the world’s best restaurant – El Celler de Can Roca in Girona – explain what makes the region’s food so special…
Catalan cuisine is continuing to gather top international top distinctions and the restaurant run by the 3 Roca brothers, El Celler de Can Roca, is the flagship of this trend, following the path opened by Ferran Adrià’s El Bulli in the 1990s and 2000s…
For most holiday-makers, the region of Catalonia is synonymous with its most famous city, Barcelona.
The colourful, historic Catalonian capital pulls in visitors by the millions each year, and many linger to enjoy the impressive local beaches and wonderful Mediterranean climate…
My first time ever to venture to north Barcelona was when the Catalans were building their Olympic stadiums in 1992, and simultaneously, turning back to face the Mediterranean…
Here you can observe bears, otters, white and gray wolves, lynxes and mountain deer. Free trails help you experience the intimacy of wild animals within their ecosystem.
Sometimes movies will fool you. Films like “The Bourne Identity”, “Sahara” and “Perfume” are set elsewhere when, actually, they were shot in Catalonia. Filmmakers from around the world have travelled to places such as Barcelona, the Costa Brava and Baix Llobregat to shoot their movies.
The ice cream is made of all natural materials, Linares has revealed, but other than listing some of the normal ingredients found in regular ice cream, he’s kept mum
Too many tourists plan and book flights to Barcelona, without even thinking about the beautiful surrounding Catalan region, including the gorgeous coast alongside it. Get inspired by these videos
For cooks who travel, food is the biggest adventure. The chef at Morito in London revisits the flavours of her journeys in five exclusive recipes.
From May 10th-18th, the Temps de Flors festival flourishes in the streets of Girona, transforming the city into a platform for creativity, where the flowers take centre stage.
142 imaginative floral installations, from the ornate to the abstract, adorn every corner of the old town
The trio behind Catalonia’s El Cellar de Can Roca, voted top restaurant in the world, are taking its avant-garde cuisine on the road. With the Roca & Roll World Tour, the brothers will showcase their fare in locales as far flung as Medellin & Mexico City
After a meteoric rise from the lower reaches of the Catalan football pyramid over the previous seven years, UE Llagostera won a two legged play-off final against Galician side CCD Cerceda, and thus in August took their place in the Spanish Third Division for the first time in their 64 year history
The former doctor and secretary of English satirical novelist Tom Sharpe has announced the creation of a foundation that will keep the legacy of the author in Catalonia.
Barcelona offers so much that it sometimes feels as though too much extra effort would be required to venture out into the country instead of skipping along La Rambla.
While there are plenty of dive sites along the rugged coast of the Costa Brava, some of the best dive spots are located at the Medes Islands, off Estartit, and Cap de Creus. Scuba diving is massively popular during summer and both areas are designated natural parks where it is forbidden to remove anything from the seabed.