MICE Destinations

CATALONIA, a Mediterranean destination of immense geographical diversity, boasting a mild climate and a restless and innovative society, has become well known as the home of pioneers and immense industrial and commercial dynamism. The different cultural expressions, the wealth of its gastronomy, the diversity of its marine and mountain landscapes, the quality of its infrastructures, the professionalism of its organisers, the entrepreneurial spirit and the warm welcome its people give to visitors make Catalonia an ideal destination for holding congresses and business events. 

One of the most desirable cities in the world, the perfect combination of sea, mountain, sun, culture and history, and a lot more magical ingredients impossible to describe. Welcoming, fascinating, interesting and surprising. Barcelona has a Convention Bureau aimed at promoting the city and the province as a venue for conferences, conventions and incentive travel. 

Unique beaches, an ecologically rich delta, and the Montserrat Mountain shape its environment. Excellent location, for its proximity to both the Barcelona city centre and the airport, with a wide variety of unique venues, hotels, restaurants, exclusive beach clubs, and after-meeting options to ensure the success of every meeting. 

Between Barcelona and the French border, the Costa Brava and Pyrenees of Girona territories offer a singular landscape variety at less than an hour distance range. Quiet beaches, charming bays, stony landscapes, volcànic zones, medieval villages unique spots that combine an extraordinary gastronomy, a wide wine culture, and exceptional experiences for any type of events or incentive activities. 

The southern Catalan coast is more than just 92 km of sunbathed Mediterranean coast and fine-grain-sand beaches. Costa Daurada is also a land of huge medieval monasteries, vineyard-decorated landscapes, small villages where time stops, and a land of cultural and natural wealth in the Terres de l'Ebre. A perfect destination to hold any corporative event.  

Girona is a small town with the charm of a big city. Historic but modern, quiet but with hundreds of touristic, cultural or gastronomic proposals. A stroll around the city allows you to discover more than 2000 years of history, comprising the fortified enclosures and squares, the Jewish quarter, and amazing baroque sites.  

If organising a company meeting on a volcano crater, a product presentation surrounded by volcanic stones with a majestic mountain background landscape has ever crossed your mind, La Garrotxa offers these and more unique experiences, with sustainability as guiding theme. 

Lloret de Mar is one of the pioneering MICE destinations in Costa Brava. Charming beaches, services and equipment of any kind, a wide cultural, commercial and gastronomical offer and a privileged lacement: 30 km from Girona, 75 km from Barcelona, and 155 km from Perpignan. 

Lleida is the most important demographic and economic centre form the inland Catalonia, and offers a thrilling trip to the past, thanks to its historic and cultural heritage, and the most up-to-date infrastructures to host meetings and events. 

A lovely seaside town near Barcelona and its airport, with many attractions: culture, gastronomy, and a warm microclimate that lets you enjoy outdoor activities almost every day of the year. Sitges' open-minded citizens are used to hosting and organising international events of any kind, and make available the best infrastructures for the business tourism in a very unique Mediterranean environment. 

It is said that in Tarragona, history comes alive from its stones. Designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO due to all the roman legacy of the city, this destination has an exceptional cultural, historic and gastronomic offer. Excellenty communicated, it is an ideal destination which combines culture, tourism and business. 

An Atlantic valley in the middle of the Pyrenees, in which the 30% of the territory is above the 2,000 m high. The beauty of the surroundings, its gastronomy and cultural wealth, and the whole range of leisure options a mountain environment can offer make this zone a first class MICE destination. 

Grand Tour de Catalunya
Grand Tour de Catalunya
Catalonia Catalyst for Meetings & Events
Infografia MICE CAT
Catalunya Rethink Meetings
Catalunya Rethink Meetings
Programa Ambassadors
Programa Ambassadors
107 Experiences to enjoy together in Catalunya
107 Experiences to enjoy together in Catalunya
Catalonia Congresses and Events
Catalonia Congresses and Events

Catalonia is innovation, dynamism and business. It is also tradition, culture and experience. It is a pioneer country in industry, commerce and services. And also a Mediterranean environment, welcoming, diverse, and open to the world.

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Trampolining in the Picornell pools with the city in the background. (© Lluís Carro)
With its Catalan Art Nouveau heritage, crowned by works of Antoni Gaudí (including the Sagrada Família, Park Güell and La Pedrera) that are today points of world reference, and the spectacular seafront that opens the city to the Mediterranean, a benchmark for leisure and fine cuisine, Catalonia's capital enchants all those who visit its squares and streets, who stroll and stare along the Ramblas and Passeig de Gràcia or who climb Montjuïc to gain a bird's-eye view of a city that lives by day and remains awake by night.
Street in the historic centre  (© Servicios Editoriales Georama)
Costa Brava
A unique territory that has attracted artists, intellectuals and tourists from around the world, the best known of which is Salvador Dali.
Roman amphitheatre.  (© Imagen M.A.S.)
Costa Daurada
The south coast of Catalunya offers a typical Mediterranean climate that will allow you to enjoy its fine sandy beaches for over 200 days a year.
Port  (© Turismo Verde S.L.)
Costa de Barcelona
To the north of the Catalan capital the Costa de Barcelona-Maresme has over 50 km of coastline and three natural parks.
Monastery of Montserrat  (© Servicios Editoriales Georama)
Paisatges de Barcelona
Further inland Catalunya Central has a rich natural heritage in its plains and its beautiful mountains such as Montseny or Montserrat.
Lake Llebrata, in the Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park  (© José Luis Rodríguez)
The peaks of Canigó, Els Encantats, La Pica d’Estats and El Puigmal are just a few of the most emblematic mountains in the Catalan Pyrenees, the la...
The river Noguera Pallaresa as it passes through the Camarassa reservoir. (© Francesc Tur)
Terres de Lleida
Lleida, its capital, is one of the oldest cities in Catalunya and has grown into a dynamic commercial, historical and cultural centre.
Night-time view of the bridge over the river Ebro  (© Miguel Raurich)
Terres de l’Ebre
A l'extrem sud de Catalunya, les Terres de l'Ebre, banyades pel riu en el marc del Parc Natural de Delta de l'Ebre, són conegudes internacionalment per la seva diversitat d'espècies, majoritàriament aus, i per les seves tranquil·les platges.
View of Arró and the church of Sant Martí  (© Servicios Editoriales Georama)
Val d’Aran
In the Western Pyrenees, the Val d'Aran and its capital Vielha, more than 2,000 metres above sea level, with its high mountain climate, are ideal for sports. This territory has its own language, history and political organisation.