Our Region

We are operating in the autonomous community of Catalonia, Spain, located on the northeastern extremity of the Iberian Peninsula. The capital and largest city is Barcelona, the second-largest city in Spain. We have a great knowledge of other nearby territories, which makes us well-equipped to organise trips in the south of France and other regions of Spain.

Our region is a showcase of European landscapes on a small scale. Just over 30,000 square kilometres hosting a variety of landscapes, climates, altitudes and coastal settlements. The area boasts a great ecological diversity and a remarkable wealth of habitats and species.
 
Catalonia has a marked geographical diversity if we consider the relatively small size of its territory. The geography is conditioned by the Mediterranean coast, with 580 kilometres (360 miles) of coastline, and large relief units of the Pyrenees to the north. The Catalan territory is divided into three main geomorphological units:
 
The Pyrenees: mountains with peaks over 3.000 meters located in the north of Catalonia and south of France. The Catalan Pyrenees represent almost half in length of the Pyrenees, as
they extend more than 200 km.
 
The Catalan Coastal mountain ranges or the Catalan Mediterranean System: an alternating mountains and planes parallel to the Mediterranean coast.
 
The Catalan Central Depression which forms the eastern sector of the Valley of the river Ebre.