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Destination guides in Spain
The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona, is the second biggest city and the most popular destination of the country. In Barcelona, leisurely beach holiday is combined with the buzz if the city, which you can’t get enough of.
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Blanes is the final station along the zigzagging railroad following the coast. It is also the gateway to the popular coast of Costa Brava, with golden sand stretching all the way to the French border.
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Castelldefels near the Barcelona Airport is a summer paradise, where everything revolves around the vast fine sandy beach. People come to Castelldefels to spend a day on the beach from as far away as from Barcelona.
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Lloret de Mar is the center of hedonism in Costa Brava. While the daytime is typically spent on the beach getting a tan, the nighttime is lit by neon lights and partying till the dawn.
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Salou is a perfect fit for anyone looking for a leisurely beach holiday. Salou is also a well-suited destination for families with children, thanks to its fine sandy beach, clean streets, well-maintained parks, relaxed restaurant selection and one of the biggest amusement parks in Europe.
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In the summertime, bohemian Sitges is a lively coastal village, just 40 kilometers south of Barcelona. The liberal town is the number one gay destination in Spain, where rainbow colors mix in the busy nightlife that bubbles in the central streets of Sitges.
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Tossa de Mar is a small village on the coast of Costa Brava. Its clear waters and busy underwater life attract divers and snorkelers from as far away as from Barcelona. The town is encircled by an old fortress with a centuries-old history.
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