Catalonia

Catalonia is an autonomous community in the northeast of Spain. It borders France and Andorra to the north along the Pyrenees, the Mediterranean Sea to the east, Valencia to the south and Aragon to the west.
Barcelona is Spain's second largest city, with a population of nearly two million people, and the capital of Catalonia.
Girona is a province in Catalonia, Spain. Girona province is usually divided in 3 touristic regions: Costa Brava Rocky cliffs and a mix of pebble beaches and sandy beaches plus Figueres, home town of Salvador Dalí.
Figueres is a small city in Catalonia, Spain with a population of 40,000.
Tarragona is the southernmost province in Catalonia, Spain.
Blanes on the Costa Brava and the province of Girona is an old fishing town that has become an important beach destination.
Lleida is a province in Catalonia, Spain. Go to Les Alexandrias, a rugged western hamlet located near the Aragonese mountain range.
Ulldecona is a municipality in the district of Montsiā that includes the cores El Castell, La Miliana, Sant Joan del Pas, Els Valentins and Les Ventalles.
Girona is an ancient town several thousand years old in Catalonia, Spain.
Lloret del Mar is a resort city on the Costa Brava, Spain, northeast of Barcelona.
Badalona is a city in Catalonia, north from Barcelona and part of its metropolis, along the Mediterranean sea coastline.
Salou is a municipality of the comarca of Tarragonès, in the province of Tarragona, in Catalonia, Spain.
Barcelona is one of the four provinces in Catalonia, Spain, centered around the Catalan capital Barcelona.
Tossa de Mar is in the Costa Brava region of Catalonia in Northeastern Spain.
Also in Eastern Spain
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