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Cataluna Villas and Holiday Villa Rentals

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Catalonia  -  12  properties

Barcelona  - 6
Girona  - 6
Barcelona City  - 2

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Encompassing Barcelona, the Costa Brava, the medieval town of Girona, and the Catalan Pyrenees, Catalonia offers no end of opportunities for day trips and adventures. Here you really can have it all: explore the wonders of Gaudi in Barcelona, find the last good beaches on the northern reaches of the famous Costa Brava, and trek between mountain villages on the Romasque trail. With a trusty rental car, sturdy shoes, and a good map, you can explore for months.

Barcelona  -  [ Matches:  6 Villas and Houses For Rent]

Although Barcelona city (where our Barcelona apartments are located) may be a highlight of the area, the region taking its name from the city also offers a broad spectrum of activities. Walkers and bikers in particular will find paradise in the beautiful countryside and coastlines of Costa Brava and Costa Dorada, while anyone with a love for the ocean will want to explore the many activities available: windsurfing, jet skis, motor boat rentals, snorkeling, scuba diving, and sailing. If ancient history is your interest, you'll find the hills dotted with superb Romanesque churches dating from the tenth and eleventh centuries. You'll also enjoy exploring some of the nearly six hundred castle ruins scattered throughout Cataluna. Day trips will take you to the Pyrenees in the north, or you can stay closer and explore some of the charming Spanish villages.

Girona  -  [ Matches:  6 Villas and Houses For Rent]

The area around Girona, like the rest of Cataluna, is known for its wonderful beaches, countryside, and small towns. Here you are within driving distance of the French border, and right on the magnificent Costa Brava. Girona itself, known as the "city of a thousand sieges," sits in the Ter valley on the border of France and Spain. As its nickname suggests, it has withstood many invasions, including three by Napoleon's troops. The best way to see the city is on foot, especially the old quarter, Call, where you'll find picturesque narrow streets and alleyways. Girona city has many interesting sights, including 12th century Arab baths, restored to provide an idea of how they would have originally appeared. You'll also want to see the cathedral, city walls, a number of churches, and City Hall. Another charming aspect of Girona is the fact that it is split by the Onyar river, best viewed from an ancient footbridge. For those who enjoy a rich night life, both the center and the outskirts of the city are host to endless tapas bars and cafes. Of course this region also includes the Costa Brava, one of the best coastlines in the country.

Barcelona City  -  [ Matches:  2 Villas and Houses For Rent]

A city on fast-forward, Barcelona is Spain's most important commercial center. It's also an incredible cultural hub with a colorful artistic and architectural heritage. From our rentals in Barcelona, you'll visit museums devoted to artists such as Picasso and Joan Miro' and spectacular Art Nouveau structures by Antonio Gaudi. The Barrio Gotico, the city's medieval heart, anchors the old town and is a great starting point for your exploration. When you've had your fill of museums, stroll down the Ramblas, the city's most famous boulevard, or pass an hour in one of its beautiful parks. If you're itching to pound the pavement, then stick a map in your back pocket and simply get lost. Or, better yet, make the trek to Gaudi's fantastic Park Guell, located in the suburbs---or head in the opposite direction down to the city's bustling harbor. Barcelona is very much a walker's city.