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Christmas & New Year On The Spanish Coast By Air

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  • Duration: 11 days
  • Board Basis: Mixed Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TLEGKXSB

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Air
Try something different with our festive break on the Spanish coast, by air. This fantastic itinerary is the perfect way to spend Christmas.
PRICE FROM ? £1099 per person
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Itinerary

  • Dec 23

    Fly to Barcelona or Girona and transfer to your hotel in Santa Susanna for a ten-night stay.

    Meals - Dinner

  • Christmas Eve - Montserrat

    Join us today on our included excursion to Montserrat known locally as the “serrated mountain”. We travel through the mountains to the north of Barcelona and the site of the famous Benedictine monastery. In 1025 the Abbot of Ripoli and Bishop of Vic officially founded the Monastery of Montserrat. During the twelfth and thirteenth centuries a Romanesque church was built containing a carving of the image of the Mother of God. Over this period pilgrims began to come to Montserrat. Throughout the following centuries the importance of Montserrat grew: in 1223 there is the first account of a boys’ choir there, in 1409 the Monastery became an independent abbey and in 1490 Montserrat's printing press was installed. In 1493 the Monastery's word was spread even further when one of the monks - Bernal Boil - went on a voyage to America with Christopher Columbus. One of the islands in the Antilles was named after Montserrat and this began the spread of the worship of the Mother of God in the Americas. Today there are around one hundred monks who are based at Montserrat Monastery. They follow the Order of St. Benedict and can be distinguished from other orders of Monks by their philosophy – “that there is an importance to everything that every person is”.

    Montserrat Monastery means different things to different people and this is all reflected in its tourist attractions. For many pilgrims to Montserrat it is an entirely spiritual experience. However, if you are not a religious person you will still find that there is a great deal of interest at Montserrat Mountain and Monastery. The chapels, beautiful Basilica and often-turbulent history make it a fascinating place to visit. Surrounded by spectacular scenery a camera is a must on this memorable day. Festivities begin this evening with a gala buffet including wine and cava (Spanish sparkling wine). Please note: this excursion is operated by a Spanish Coach.

    Meals - Breakfast, Dinner

  • Christmas Day - Free Time

    Merry Christmas! Relax and celebrate Christmas in resort. Christmas Day lunch with wine and cava is included and during the afternoon there will be a visit from Father Christmas. Then this evening you can enjoy dinner in the hotel.

    Meals - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Boxing Day - Costa Brava Coastline

    After a leisurely breakfast join our wonderful included excursion along the Costa Brava. Visit the typical Catalonian coastal town of Tossa de Mar where you have free time to explore the narrow cobbled streets and medieval walls. We continue to Lloret de Mar, the busiest and liveliest resort on the Costa Brava during the main season. Lloret was once a sea trading and ship building town, but is now popular with holiday makers and houses a wide choice of restaurants and plenty of shops.

    Meals - Breakfast, Dinner

  • Dec 27 - Girona

    Today’s included excursion takes you to the charming town of Girona. Behind the colourful houses lining the River Onyar is the Old Town, with its imposing Gothic cathedral and maze of narrow streets. Have a stroll along the pedestrian Rambla de la Libertat lined with arcades, shops and pavement cafés.

    Meals - Breakfast, Dinner

  • Dec 28 - Free Time or Barcelona

    Today, our optional excursion takes us to the fascinating city of Barcelona, Spain’s second largest city and one of the Mediterranean’s busiest ports. Barcelona has a delightfully relaxed atmosphere - particularly along the Ramblas, where you can join the locals casually strolling along the tree-lined walkway, perhaps stopping to enjoy the entertainment offered by the many mime-artists and musicians. Barcelona boasts many amazing buildings designed during the artistic explosion of Modernism - be sure to see the extraordinary Sagrada Familia, a very unconventional church, whose construction is still being finished today.

    Our guided tour will introduce you to the most important sights of the city. Starting by coach, the tour takes you past many of the famous sights of the city to ensure that you see all of the important places of interest. You can admire the unusual scenery of the Eixample district as well the huge Olympic stadium, scene of the great athletic achievements in 1992. We finish the tour on foot at the bustling Las Ramblas, the iconic street in the centre, which runs from the Plaza de Catalunya to the Christopher Columbus monument near the harbour at Port Vell. Here you can explore the cafes and see the mime artists, and from here you will be ideally situated to explore independently the “Barri Gotic”, or Gothic Quarter in the centre of the Old Town, where some of buildings date back to medieval and Roman times.

    Meals - Breakfast, Dinner

  • Dec 29 - Free Time

    A day at leisure in resort for you to relax.

    Meals - Breakfast, Dinner

  • Dec 30 - Catalan Country Tour

    Today we travel into the beautiful Spanish countryside on our optional Catalan Country Tour. The climate of Catalonia is diverse. The populated areas lying by the coast in Tarragona, Barcelona and Girona feature a Mediterranean climate. Inland has a mostly Continental Mediterranean climate while further inland at the Pyrenean peaks, there is a mountain or even Alpine climate. Today we head inland to the cool of the wooded hills. Accompanied by a local guide you will discover the charms of the area. During our excursion a delicious typical Catalan lunch will be served before returning back to the coast. This is the perfect opportunity to allow you to see more than just the sun, sand and sea of the Costas.

    Meals - Breakfast, Dinner

  • New Year's Eve - Free Time

    A day at leisure in resort. Then, this evening we begin the New Year Celebrations with a gala buffet including wine and cava.

    Meals - Breakfast, Dinner

  • New Year's Day - Free Time

    Happy New Year! A leisurely day to relax and recover from last night’s celebrations! We have a brunch buffet this morning instead of breakfast and then this evening you can enjoy dinner in the hotel.

    Meals - Brunch, Dinner

  • Jan 2

    Transfer to Barcelona or Girona airport for your return flight to the U.K

    Meals - Breakfast

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Accommodation

You will stay for ten nights at the 4-star Hotel Florida Park, close to the shops and beaches of Santa Susanna. There will be a programme of entertainment, with shows and activities such as fancy dress, flamenco, games and live music. All meals are buffet style. The hotel has lifts, a large bar area, lounge, restaurant, sun terrace and indoor leisure complex with indoor swimming pool (daily charge). The hotel offers 50% discount off the use of the spa facilities and 50% discount is offered to Leger guests on all drinks and snacks from 2.00pm until 5.00pm. 

Please note brunch is available in addition to breakfast, everyday between 8.00 and 12:00 if not joining excursions.

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