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Malgrat de Mar

Overview

Travel by Express Coach
2 Included Excursions
  • Enjoy a relaxing break in Malgrat de Mar
  • Explore this sunny destination at leisure
  • Discover Barcelona
  • Spend time at a local market

Malgrat de Mar will be our base for this exciting holiday, where we’ll stay in order to get the most out of our relaxing break.
Your hotel will be the Hotel Reymar located in the centre of town overlooking the beach. With shops, bars, cafes and restaurants on its doorstep it is a great base to explore. During your stay you have included excursions to the beautiful city of Barcelona and to a local market to pick up some souvenirs.

This Holiday is Great For

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Itinerary

Day One - Depart UK
In the morning of day one, we’ll make the journey from the UK to Malgrat de Mar, which will see us travelling via Calais. From there, we’ll travel through the night on our overnight express coach to arrive at the Hotel Reymar in Malgrat de Mar.

Day Two - Arrive in Malgrat de Mar
We arrive in Malgrat de Mar late morning and have time to settle into our hotel for our first night in-resort. (D)

Days Three to Seven - Malgrat de Mar
We'll spend another five days in wonderful Malgrat de Mar, enjoying two included excursions to Barcelona and a local market during our time there and making the most of our days relaxing in the sunshine. (B,L,D)

Day Eight - Depart Malgrat de Mar
As our holiday draws to a close, we’ll say goodbye to Malgrat de Mar and will travel to Calais. (B,L)

Day Nine - Arrive in UK
We’ll then return to the UK via Calais, and will take the coach back to our local joining points.

Hotel Reymar

Located in the centre of the resort of Magrat de Mar. The hotel has an outdoor pool and terrace to enjoy the sunshine, bar, restaurant and free wi-fi. 

Rooms at this hotel


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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Full Day: Barcelona

Barcelona is the fourth most visited in city in Europe and is a lively and exciting place to discover.  Especially remarkable is the work of architect Antoni Gaudí, which can be seen throughout the city. His best-known work is the unfinished church of the Sagrada Família, which has been under construction since 1882.

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Half Day: Local Market

We take a trip down the Costa Brava to the town of Blanes. The local markets here are full of vibrancy and charm with a huge number of different stalls selling a wide range of produce. The fruit and vegetable markets are where farmers come from across Catalonia in order to sell their produce, the most popular crops in the region are apples, pears and peaches. There is also a fresh fish market near the harbour and an indoor market which sells a variety of souvenirs and trinkets. If you're not interested in retail therapy, the town has a charming marina and makes for a lovely place to stroll around and enjoy the atmosphere.

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Optional Excursions

Barcelona Sightseeing Tour

Discover some of Barcelona’s very best attractions and landmarks during our exciting sightseeing tour, so you can see more of this incredible city. Drive through the city and learn more about the Catalonian capital’s interesting history while admiring its beautiful sights. From Gaudi’s famous architecture to the city’s bustling shopping districts and historical attractions, we’ll get to explore further with our sightseeing tour.

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Barcelona Fountains By Night

One of Barcelona’s main attractions is the Magic Fountain of Montjuic. This fantastic fountain can be found in the Montjuic neighbourhood and is located below the elegant steps up to the Palau Nacional on Montjuic hill.

In the evenings, this fountain is transformed into a magnificent light and water show, with music to accompany this spectacular performance. 

Please note: operation varies seasonally 

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Girona

Girona is one of Catalonia’s major cities, and our trip here will be spent at leisure, so we can discover this excellent location to our hearts’ content. With lots of sights to enjoy, we’re sure to be kept busy during our visit!

There are the ancient city walls and towers, which mark the entrance to Girona’s Old Town, plus Girona Cathedral, dating from 1015. This cathedral is home to the world’s widest Gothic nave, although it isn’t the only prominent religious building in Girona - there’s also the Sant Pere de Galligants church, and the Collegiate Church of Sant Feliu.

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Half Day: Besalu

Enjoy an exciting excursion to explore the nearby town of Besalu, a historical national property since 1966. Here, we’ll find amazing medieval cobbled streets and facades, as well as the well-known 12th-century Romanesque bridge over the Fluvia River.

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