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Barcelona offers a wide range of interesting options all year round and opens its doors to everyone. Make the most of the sunshine to go for a stroll and take a dip in the sea on one of the city’s accessible beaches. Experience Gaudí’s nature with your hands, add a sign-language tour or an audiodescribed show to your plans… Do you need any more ideas? You’ll find them with the SEARCH FACILITY or on the SUMMARY for accessible places of interest!

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Delta del Llobregat

Delta del Llobregat

The Llobregat Delta is one of Catalonia"s most important wetland zones. It is home to 20 natural habitats which have been designated special areas of conservation by the EU, and has an extraordinary diversity of plant species. The Delta is close to Barcelona and is an excellent place for bird-watching, as well as being a strategic point on the bird migration route. This is why it has been named a GIBA (Global Important Bird Area).
Mount Montserrat

Mount Montserrat

The massif is the result of the erosion of hard rock (conglomerate) and softer ones (clays and sedimentary rocks) over thousands of years. The highest peak, Sant Jeroni, stands 1,238 metres above sea level. The massif is a natural park and covers an area of approximately 3,600 hectares. It is the perfect place for hiking, climbing and caving (with wonderful places you can visit, such as the Collbató or Salnitre caves). A park with a wealth of beautiful natural scenery that is reflected in its varied flora and fauna. You"ll find squirrels, wild goats, wild boar, evergreen oaks and white pines.
Sitges

Sitges

The town of Sitges is located 37 km to the south of Barcelona, and its beaches and streets retain the beauty that inspired a whole generation of catalan artists in the late 19th century. We recommend you visit the modernista-style mansions and museums, and soak up the atmosphere of its pavement cafés and leisure attractions.
Terrassa

Terrassa

Terrassa, 28 Km west of Barcelona, modernista architects created factories and public buildings, as well as luxurious houses. The town has transformed its industrial past into museums and tourist trails. Sant Llorenç del Munt Natural Park is located just 5 Km from the town centre.
Las Golondrinas de Barcelona

Las Golondrinas de Barcelona

Come on board one of our motorised pleasure boats and enjoy a unique, and fascinating trip along Barcelona's coastline. Relax with a glass of wine and enjoy the landscape on one of Barcelona's iconic 'Golondrinas'.
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