Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of the Spanish region of Catalonia, is best known for its architectural treasures and art. Between its majestic avenues and beautiful beaches, the city seduces tourists from all over the world. Accessible by air, land and sea. The port of Barcelona, in particular, links Spain to various ports in the Mediterranean basin. Come to this sweet city, charming, vibrant and sunny by ferry and discover it from another angle.
With its mild Mediterranean climate in winter and warm in summer, the city enjoys mild weather. For sun and beach lovers, the ideal is to visit Barcelona in summer or spring. Offering magnificent stretches of sand over more than 4.5 km, the city is famous for its Barceloneta beach, the closest to the city centre. Nova Icaria is also a must. It is especially appreciated for its restaurants. The beach of Mar Bella is a paradise for sports enthusiasts. For more gentleness and tranquillity, autumn is the perfect time to discover the region and its surroundings.
Filled with historical treasures, Barcelona has the largest number of sites listed as UNESCO World Heritage. Among the best known is the splendid Sagrada Familia. Now an emblem, this basilica designed by Antoni Gaudi is the most visited in Spain. Still under construction, by 2026 it will have 18 towers, 12 of which will symbolize the twelve apostles.
Also, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Güell Park is probably one of the most famous in Spain. Unique and original, this park is the crossroads of many artists. Stretching across the city, it inevitably surprises and fascinates its visitors. Apart from its pretty mosaics, this park houses a magnificent salamander-shaped fountain and the Trencadis Bank, the largest in the world.
Casa Milà and Casa Batllô are also a must in the city with their offbeat architecture. Also explore the different markets in Barcelona to learn more about the local culture.
Looking for a change of scenery and discovery? Don't miss the opportunity to visit Tangier if you are travelling through Morocco. This city located in the north of the Moroccan territory shelters the most beautiful bays of the Mediterranean and ensures a stay full of charm. Thanks to the development of new urban centres, the population of Tangier is constantly growing. The continuous development of the port of Tangier Med also contributes to this. This mythical destination has become Morocco's second largest economic city. Every year it welcomes a large number of travellers who come by ferry. Come and discover Morocco by boat.
Nicknamed "the star of the North", the Hispano-Moorish city preserves the traces of a singular history. Built in the Phoenician era, it has long attracted the attention of many people because of its many treasures. Discover the charms of this city by passing through the medina of Tangier. This labyrinth of residences and alleys is dotted with shops and bears witness to the extraordinary local past. Don't miss a trip to its lively market to enjoy a mint tea in a vibrant atmosphere!
Tangier is home to a multitude of monuments and historical sites that are worth a visit. An ancient palace built in 1684, the Kasbah Museum highlights the history of the city. Do not miss the Phoenician tombs inherited from the Phoenician civilization. A few kilometres from Tangier, the Hercules Caves promise an incredible experience with their panoramic view of the Atlantic and Mediterranean waters.
In addition to its pleasant Mediterranean climate, Tangier has beautiful wild beaches that attract tourists from all over the world. Lulled by two seas, these beaches are wide and dressed in fine sand. Among the most popular beaches are Achakar beach nestled in Jeremias cove, Sidi Kacen beach with 20 kilometres of open sea or Soleil beach, a pretty cove between the rocks.Tangiers