Not only is the town one of Catalonia’s Family Holidays Destinations, it’s also conveniently located around 69 km from Barcelona airport, and 160 km from Reus airport. In fact this town was one of the original Catalan towns to think about families and their needs during the all-important holiday of the year. Calella started developing accommodation aimed at families in the 1960s, and today it’s made a great success from its tourist business. Its top-quality beaches have various leisure services close by, suitable for both the younger and older family members.
In the landscape it’s the lighthouse that dominates, standing around 50 metres in height on a green premontory. Throughout the town you’ll find a blend of old and new, and if like me you gravitate towards the historic, it’ll be the old quarter that will appeal to you. Calella and it’s more modern side, has plenty to offer those who like to shop and enjoy the good things in life.
Long and lovely, the coastline of Calella has been attracting visitors for over 50 years. These days this town is pretty cosmopolitan, holding special days in honour of its foreign residents and visitors. Calella is somewhere to consider if you want bustling nightlife, golden beaches that go on for 3km, and a place that has been given the honour of being a Catalan Family Holiday Destination.
Calella is well known for its festivals, which also focus on families quite a bit, and no matter what time of year you come there should be something happening. There is a fantastic Renaissance Fair, International folklore days, Sardana dancing, traditional goods and handicrafts fairs
|Starts on:||03.06 - 10.06.2021|
|Duration:||8 days / 7 nights|
|Destination:||Calella – Costa Brava, Spain|
|Mode of transport:||Plane, WizzAir|
|Price:||395€ per person in Hotel Bon Repos ***
435€ per person in Hotel Internacional**
576 € per person in Hotel Bernat II****
*The room type and food service can be changed as per customer request.
**There is a possibility to book different periods and extra nights. Ask your Travel Agent for availability.
*** The agency reserves the right to change the price of the arrangement which includes air transport, if there is a change in the airline ticket on the flight, the agency is not responsible for that and the difference in price is borne by the passenger.
****The agency reserves the right to change the program, in terms of flight time, which EXCLUSIVELY depends on the flight time of the airline.
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