Take a trip in a hot-air balloon and get a bird’s-eye view of the land of the ancient Ausetani tribe! Visit the three ancient Iberian archaeological sites in Osona, breathe in the history and enjoy the gastronomy of this region.
History and literature in the land of the Ausetani
Discover Roda de Ter and its history, which will bring you closer to the life and legacy of poet Miquel Martí i Pol. Follow his footsteps and texts through the town, and get to know the incredible archaeological sites of L’Esquerda and Montgròs left behind by the ancient tribe of the Ausetani.
Travel through the valley of La Cerdanya on an electric bicycle and get a first-hand look at how the ancient Iberians lived in this land over two millennia ago. El Castellot de Bolvir combines archaeological sites with modern museum facilities that will surprise you.
In this two-day experience, you get to don a pair of snowshoes and discover the land of the ancient Ceretani tribe from a whole new perspective. You also get a look at El Castellot, an incredible archaeological site that shows you how the Iberians of La Cerdanya lived over two millennia ago. On day two, go skiing at La Molina!
A weekend for couples that gives you a chance enjoy a perfect pairing: after visiting the Codorniu vineyards and tasting chocolate by Simón Coll, discover the ancient Iberian ruins of La Font de la Canya and Olèrdola and enjoy the magical experience of spending the night in a fully-refurbished shepherd’s cabin among vineyards. Don’t miss it!
Seaside family activities in the land of the Cossetani
When summer rolls around, we head for the beach... but why not use the opportunity to relive our history as well? We suggest first having fun with your family using kayaks and seascooters, and then enjoying the incredible experience of walking through the streets of an ancient Iberian village just as they were two millennia ago. The archaeological sites of Ciutadella and Darró will take your breath away. What are you waiting for?
A two-day experience to discover the coast of the Penedès region, far from the crowds and the summer heat. Travel by bicycle from Calafell to El Vendrell, and on the way back visit two very special ancient Iberian archaeological sites right by the beach: Darró and Ciutadella.
The Ebro River, the source of life in the land of the Ilercavones
The Ebro River has been and continues to be a source of life in the Lands of the Ebro. Discover it from a whole new angle by visiting Gandesa, Tivissa and Vinebre and their beautiful ancient Iberian ruins, which offer incredible views of the river and its history.
A unique opportunity to combine history and relaxation! Visit Verdú, its many ceramic workshops and its incredible ancient Iberian ruins with their historically accurate reconstructions, then relax in the thermal waters at nearby Vallfogona de Riucorb. What are you waiting for?
A weekend full of activity in the unique natural setting of the Baix Empordà region. Go horse riding, bicycling, discover the ancient city of Ullastret (the most important ancient Iberian archaeological site in Catalonia) and spend the night in a traditional masia farmhouse. Are you up for it?
Three days of hiking from Torroella de Montgrí to Palamós, passing through Begur, Calella de Palafrugell and a unique natural setting to discover the ancient Iberian treasures of the Costa Brava: the ruins of El Castellot (set on a virgin beach in Palamós) and the strategic fortifications of Sant Sebastià de la Guarda in Palafrugell.
A one-day trip where you can take advantage of the good weather to get to know Lloret. Immerse yourself in a Noucentista garden or the vegetation surrounding the ancient Iberian ruins of Puig de Castellet, which also offers incredible views of the Costa Brava.
Discover the only ancient Iberian archaeological site in the Bages region (El Cogulló de Sallent) and spend the night at Món Sant Benet, an incredible setting offering gastronomical, historical and natural experiences that won’t leave you indifferent.
A weekend where you can get to know Barcelona’s ancient Laietani tribe along hiking paths right by the city. Cross Collserola nature park to reach the ruins at Ca n’Oliver in Cerdanyola. The following day, continue on to the ruins of Puig de Castellar in Santa Coloma. Are you ready?
A weekend for couples combining an incredible natural setting at the foot of the Montseny Mountains nature park, the history and culture of the ancient Iberian ruins at Puig del Castell de Samalús, and a gin-and-tonic workshop at a charming hotel. Are you up for it?