The Catalunya region of Spain is so diverse. From the architecture of Gaudi to the beauty of the Pyrenees it seems to have it all. I wanted to capture the beauty of Catalunya Spain in photos and put them all together in one photo story. We had the chance to experience so many great moments and witness some incredible landscapes. Catalunya is a place that surprised me so much that I want to encourage everyone to visit if they get a chance. So please enjoy….

Catalunya Spain in Photos

The  La Pedrera of Gaudi in Barcelona, Spain

The La Pedrera of Gaudi in Barcelona, Spain

Gaudi architecture in Barcelona spain

More Gaudi architecture in Barcelona, Spain


The Opera house in Barcelona, Spain

The Opera house in Barcelona, Spain


La Sagrada Família in Barcelona, Spain

La Sagrada Família as seen through another Gaudi Work


Red Bull F1 Race car at Catalunya Grand Prix

Red Bull F1 Race car at the Catalunya Grand Prix.


Poppy fields in Catalunya, Spain

The red sea of Poppies in Catalunya, Spain


The wine Region in the Pyrenees, Catalunya, Spain

The wine region of the Pyrenees, Spain

The Astronomy Park of Montsec in Catalunya, Spain

The Astronomy Park of Montsec in Catalunya, Spain


Tourists take a self portrait in Barcelona, Spain


The beautiful Spanish Pyrenees

travel blogger deb in Spain standing on mountain

Deb looking out Over the Pyrenees


Our Paragliding team in Catalunya, Spain

Visit Catalunya, Spain

Have you visited the region of  Catalunya Spain? Housing Barcelona, Costa Brava and the Pyrenees we think that it is one of the most diverse regions of the country. There is so much to do and we have barely scratched the surface. We’ll be going back to Spain for the fourth time later this year and we can’t wait to see what’s in store in Girona and Costa Brava and to play in the Pyrenees one more time. We’re looking forward to capturing more of Catalunya Spain in photos. Now we just have to get ourselves out there to see the rest of Spain one day soon.

What are your favourite things to do in Catalunya?

This trip to Spain was brought to you by Catalunya Experience. They put together a great itinerary for us, you can check out more posts below
Our First F1 Race, the Circuit de Catalunya
Astronomy Park, Mark Hamil and Saturns Rings
Cool city Tours in Barcelona 
I know a Secret Restaurant in Barcelona, but Don’t Tell 
Wildlife Photography – Vultures in the Pyrenees 

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  2. Andrew

    We are going there in less than 2 weeks. So excited to travel again. :) Beautiful pictures as always. Especially the stuff in the Pyrenees. Andorra is on our list, so definitely looking forward to those views too.

  3. Simon

    I’d love to go to the Pyrénées! Although I go quite often to Barcelona and Costa Brava, I’ve never seen the mountains!

  4. Sandy Allain @ Spanish in Spain

    Breathtaking pictures! You are lucky to have visited these places. I am green with envy. Those colors and mood you managed to capture on camera is definitely pure talent. How much does one need to save up to get into tours like this? I really want to go on a holiday one of these days.

  5. Mary Jo Manzanares

    Can’t wait to see (and experience) it for myself. I’m staying on for awhile post-TBEX and already have a long (perhaps way too long) list of things that I want to do and see.

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  7. Travis Ehrenstrom

    What an absolutely incredible selection of photos! The first photo looks like it was taken through a kaleidoscope.

    I really love the photos that you take where there is movement in certain sections and stillness in others. How do you create this effect?

    I have tried taking the same photo, one with a shutter speed set fairly fast, and another with it slower. After that I lay the two photos on top of each other in photoshop and try my best to color match them. Unfortunately it doesn’t achieve the results that you have here! Tell me your secret!

    Thanks for the wonderful photos, it looks like you had a great time!

    1. debndave Post author

      Some of these photos were taken in HDR. I shoot 7 different exposures on my Canon 5Dmk2 using magic lantern. I take the photos using a tripod and layer them in post using Photomatix. That’s the secret:) Good luck with your photos and thank you for the lovely comment.

    1. debndave Post author

      Thanks Cole. Yes, conferences are always super busy and we never get enough time to talk to everyone. Time flies by and then we realize that we’ve missed spending time with so many people. But it’s still nice to connect either way. Cheers.

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  9. Julie Fox

    I absolutely love these photos. Such original perspectives, especially of the Gaudí buildings which are close to my heart. Thank you!

  10. Backpacking in Europe

    Great article and always nice to travel and get sponsored by the local tourism authority! :)
    We’re backpacking from Europe, through Asia to Australia and have just left Catalunya which we have greatly enjoyed! :)
    Thanks for sharing and bringing back some fantastic memories!

  11. Travelopod

    Absolutely love your pictures from Spain! Love the red bed of flowers reminds me a bit of Holland. Looking fwd to visiting spain and writing a blog on it too! Trav-inspired by you!

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