Running through Spain, France and Andorra, the Pyrenees Mountain Range stretches for 425km, and encompasses a huge variety of terrain.
Visitors are drawn to the area because of its stunning natural beauty with soaring peaks, rushing rivers and fantastic landscapes for numerous adventure activities such as hiking, biking, rafting, climbing and more.
These protected natural spaces offer outstanding biodiversity and opportunities for eco-tourism, but the combination of nature and culture is what makes the Catalan Pyrenees truly special.
With cultural gems such as the Romanesque churches, mediaeval villages and fantastic local cuisine, as well as over 50 museums and numerous festivals celebrating Catalan traditions, you can immerse yourself in the rich history of this unique area.
Read our guides below and find out more about the Catalan Pyrenees.