Barcelona, the Spanish city of cava and Castellaners, pairs up with Mallora, the island that a 2-hour flight (or an insanely long ferry ride) away, to make an unbeatable duet for your Mediterranean holiday.
In Barcelona, you can dine on the rooftop of one of Gaudi’s fabled homes, and take a back alley tapas walk with my award-winning food writers.
Spend a morning in the Picassa museum, and hope that the Castellaners, Barcelona’s human-tower-building acrobatic troupe, are not away on tour during your stay.
Whatever your interest, Rare Finds can design a trip just for you:
Create your own cava at a 1000-year-old farm outside of town, or hire my sommelier for a private tour out to the vineyards of Catalonia.
Past clients have requested Cross Training classes at the local gym.
Drive your own Ferrari on a day tour around the countryside.
Have some gastro-fun with a Spanish chef as you learn to cook tapas.
Ignite all your senses with dinner in the dark. (Curious? Just ask us how!)
Put on some gloves for the seaside Ice Bar!
Bareboat a sailing yacht.
Then hop over to Mallorca, a wild island with canyoneering, kayaking, and full-moon hikes! Yet it’s developed, with a bustling city around an important port.