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Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

Spring & Autumn All-Inclusive Break On The Spanish Coast

Europe
  • Duration: 7 days
  • Board Basis: Mixed Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TLEGESA

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach
See bustling Barcelona and the Costa Brava with a chance to visit Montserrat and more on this all-inclusive holiday to the Spanish coast.
PRICE FROM ? £599 per person
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Itinerary

  • Day 1

    Local departure by coach or Door-to-Door service, then to the Paris area for an overnight stay.

  • Day 2

    To the coastal resort of Calella for four nights on an all-inclusive basis. A selection of drinks (local beer, wine and soft drinks) are included in the hotel bar between 6:00pm and 10:00pm on a daily basis during your stay in Spain, starting from the first evening meal. Please note that drinks are not included in the restaurant.

    Meals - Breakfast, Dinner

  • Day 3 - Costa Brava Coastal Tour

    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, regarded as the busiest and liveliest resort on the Costa Brava during the summer season. Once a sea trading and ship building town, Lloret is now home to a wide choice of restaurants catering for all tastes and plenty of shops. Our final destination on this excursion is the resort of Blanes, once renowned for its lace manufacturing. Behind the sea front you will find a town steeped in history.

    Meals - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Day 4 - Barcelona

    Enjoy the delightful atmosphere of the city, particularly along Las 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. On arrival in Barcelona, join our experienced guide on an optional guided sightseeing tour. 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, 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, Lunch, Dinner

  • Day 5 - Free Time or Montserrat

    Join us today on our optional 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. The Abbot of Ripoli and Bishop of Vic officially founded the Monastery of Montserrat in 1025. During the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, a Romanesque church was built and it was over this period pilgrims were attracted to Montserrat. Since then, the reputation of Montserrat grew and in 1223 a boys’ choir was established. During the 1400s the monastery became an independent abbey and the word of Montserrat was further spread when monk Bernal Boil accompanied Christopher Columbus on a voyage to America. Montserrat in the Antilles was named after the monastery and this began the spread of the worship of the Mother of God in the Americas. Today, Montserrat Monastery is home to around one hundred monks who follow the Order of St. Benedict. This can be distinguished from other orders by their philosophy 'that there is an importance to everything that every person is'. For many pilgrims it is an entirely spiritual experience, however, if you are not a religious person you will still find Montserrat Mountain and Monastery of great interest. 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.

    Meals - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Day 6

    We have an early start this morning as we leave Spain behind and make our way through Catalonia. We cross the border into France and arrive at our overnight hotel in the Paris area.

    Meals - Breakfast

  • Day 7

    Return home.

    Meals - Breakfast

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Accommodation

You will stay for four nights at the 4-star Hotel Volga in the coastal resort town of Calella.

Overnight stays in the Paris area will be in city-style hotels.

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