Retreat to Spain for some winter warmth. Take in two magnificent cities, beautiful coastal resorts and historic, medieval villages in one of Spain's most attractive holiday coasts.
4* HTop Amaika Hotel, Calella, Costa Brava
This welcoming and traditionally styled hotel is located just a 5-minute walk from the beach and resort centre. There is a spacious bar and lounge, outdoor swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi and gym. Bedrooms have a TV, hairdryer, air conditioning, fridge and balcony. There is also a lift.
· Return ferry crossings
· 2 nights dinner, bed and breakfast
· 7 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
· Welcome glass of wine or sangria
· 3 course set menu
· Tea/coffee after dinner
· Unlimited wine, beer & soft drinks with dinner
· Buffet or packed lunch (excl. arrival/dept days)
· Free bar from 10.00 - 23.59 hrs each day (selected drinks)
· Entertainment such as music, disco or flamenco each night
We make our way to the ferry to Calais and on to our overnight hotel in France.D
We continue to arrive at our hotel in time for dinner.Br, D
With its historic quarter, promenade and 3kms of blue flag, award-winning sandy beaches, you can enjoy the mild Mediterranean climate in beautiful Calella.Br, L, D
We spend today at leisure, perhaps choosing to enjoy a boat trip along the Costa Brava from Tossa de Mar or Calella to admire the long, wide-stretching golden sandy beaches and small coves that line this unique coastline.Br, L, D
No visit to the Costa Brava would be complete without taking a trip to the stylish capital of Barcelona. The day is free for you to explore the abundance of sights at your leisure. Perhaps the best way to sightsee is aboard an open topped hop on, hop off bus. With three routes to choose from that take you all around Barcelona, you can listen to the audio guide in comfort as you learn about the culture and history of this vibrant city. You'll see some of Gaudí's distinctive architecture including the dragon inspired Casa Batlló and the epic Sagrada Familia. Other popular attractions to explore are Camp Nou, the home of Barcelona Football Club, the unique Park Guëll or the Picasso Museum.Br, L, D
Today, we spend time discovering the medieval walled town of Tossa de Mar. Prehistoric remains coexist with Roman and medieval buildings in this ancient fisherman's village that now draws artists and writers to its shores from far and wide and with a market day on Thursdays, there is plenty to enjoy.Br, L, D
We head for one of the best preserved in medieval towns in Spain, Besalú. Full to the brim with character, with its cobbled streets, ancient facades of impressive architecture representing Romanesque, Gothic and medieval influences and its magnificent Viejo Bridge. Later, we go to the historic city of Girona, where the beautiful Roman walled old quarter (Força Vella) is dominated by the 11th century baroque cathedral tower. Located within the Força Vella is the remarkable Jewish Quarter with its labyrinth of narrow, picturesque medieval streets and passageways. Other attractions worth exploring in Girona are the Arab Baths (built in the 12th century), complete with changing rooms and a relaxation area, and the Basílica de Sant Feliu, with its castle-like appearance and priceless works of art.
We spend today at leisure in our resort.Br, L, D
We our journey to our overnight hotel in France.Br, D
We continue to Calais and return home.Br
Br=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner
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