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Skip the Line: Best of Barcelona Tour including Sagrada Familia

Our Barcelona Highlights Full Day tour offers a comprehensive view of the city. We visit all of the most iconic sights the city has to offer, such as the Sagrada Familia, as well as introducing some of Barcelona`s best-kept secrets.

Barcelona Full Day Highlights Skip the Line Tour

HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Average Group size just 8-20 people
  • No Cancellations
  • Guided visit of inside Sagrada Familia - SKIP THE QUEUES!
  • Panoramic view of Barcelona from Montjüic hill
  • Drive through the Eixample, Barcelona's modernist centre
  • Drive up Passeig de Gracia - Barcelona's luxury shopping area
  • Walking tour of Barcelona's Gothic quarter
  • Visit the Santa Maria del Mar
  • Visit of Gaudí's Park Güell - SKIP THE QUEUES!
  • Visit to Gaudí's famous La Pedrera - SKIP THE QUEUES!

Our Barcelona Highlights Full Day tour offers a comprehensive view of the city. We visit all of the most iconic sights the city has to offer as well as introducing some of Barcelona's best-kept secrets.

We start our tour with a drive to the famous hill of Montjüic, which offers excellent views over the city and was the site of the 1992 Olympic games.

After a brief stop at the Catalunya National Art Museum (MNAC) we will make our way down to Plaça Espanya and on past the Modernist buildings of the Eixample area.

Our drive to the iconic Sagrada Famlia will take us up Passeig de Gracia, home to the famous designer stores, and the setting for two of Barcelona's most talked about Gaudï buildings: La Pedrera and Casa Batlló.

We will arrive at Sagrada Família, stopping there for a guided visit inside the building. Our 'Skip the Line' policy means entrance tickets will have been pre-purchased and there will be no NO QUEUES! For many, this is the highlight of their Barcelona experience.

The group will then head to the oldest part of Barcelona, the Barrio Gótico, which, as late, the mid 19th century was still surrounded by the Medieval walls.

At this point, we will leave the bus and enjoy a stroll through the narrow winding streets of medieval Barcelona.

At the start of our short walk through the historic streets of Barcelona, we will stop for brief tour of one of Barcelona's most traditional indoor food markets: Mercat de Santa Caterina.

From there, we will travel back in time, going from the Roman era through to the early Middle Ages, when the Catalan counts were controlling the Mediterranean sea and Barcelona was the capital of an empire.

During this part of the tour, we will also visit the Jewish Quarter, the Royal palace, the original 2000 year old Roman Temple and part of the Cathedral.

The final part of the tour takes in part of the Born district, where the guide will point out a variety of restaurants and tapas bars suitable for lunch before ending the tour in the magnificent Santa Maria del Mar church - one of the most beautiful in Barcelona.

The guide will be more than happy to make some recommendations for lunch or dinner in the area, or for further sightseeing or shopping trips.

After a quick lunch, we head straight to Park Güell, the famous city garden designed by Anton Gaudí. The guide will lead the group down through the park explaining the garden concept and introducing you to some of Gaudí's most bizarre creations.

From the Park we head straight to one of the most famous Gaudíbuildings of them all: La Pedrera. We will have an hour here to visit inside the building. Our 'Skip the Line' policy means that there is no waiting in queues! The tour ends here at around 4pm.


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Please note: From January 7th to January 13th La Pedrera will be closed for maintenance. These are the regular works for maintenance performed annually and during the same dates." You will have the alternative to visit the Casa Batllo instead.

  • Duration : 8 Hours (approx.)
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Montserrat and Cava Trail Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona

Montserrat and Cava Trail Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona

Combine the iconic grandeur of Montserrat with a visit to the Cava wine cellars of the famous Penedes wine region.

Montserrat & Cava Winery Small Group Day Tour


Highlights

  • Full-day small group tour by minivan to Montserrat and Parés Baltà winery (please note that the winery can be changed during weekends and bank holidays)
  • Personalized small group and commentary
  • Free time to explore Montserrat Monastery's basilica and scenic parklands
  • Tour of Pares Balta winery's vast cellars and wine tasting
  • Professional English-speaking guide
  • Illuminating commentary from your expert guide
  • Transport by comfortable air-conditioned minivan


Tour Summary -

Capture the heart of Catalunya on this day tour to the iconic Montserrat and it's Royal Basilica and enjoy some sparkle in the rural cava cellars of Pares Balta.

The day starts with a morning visit to Montserrat where you’ll explore the monastic centre of Catalonia, home to the famous black virgin & la Escolania (children’s boy choir). You’ll also have time to explore the magnificent natural park & mountains with spectacular views over the plains of Catalonia.

After lunch, you’ll be transported through the back roads to the wine country, where you’ll visit the renowned local winery, Pares Balta for a tour in their vast underground cellars followed by a tasting of the famous Cava 'champagne'.

Full Tour Description

A day tour from Barcelona to Montserrat is a must for the majority of visitors to Barcelona. It's probably the one place that they have heard all about before they arrive.

The advantage of taking one of our small group day tours from Barcelona is that we can avoid the crowds and stay well clear of the other larger tour operators.

Our day starts at 8.30am from our office opposite the Palau de la Musica building. From here, the journey to Montserrat takes us about an hour or so.

One of the main reasons people book with us is that they want the intimacy of a small group, but like to have somebody there to explain things.

Keeping to our philosophy of giving you plenty of free time to explore on your own, but guiding you in the right direction, the first thing we do on arrival is explain the various options.

A visit to the sanctuary where the ‘Moreneta’ is housed is a must. The sanctuary has been in use for almost 1000 years for those pilgrims and other visitors who have climbed this spectacular mountain.

You’ll also have the opportunity to visit the fascinating Museum of Montserrat, with its five collections, ranging from Archaeology from the Biblical East to Modern Painting and Sculpture. 

A highlight of visiting Montserrat is listening to one of Europe’s oldest children’s choirs, La Escolania de Montserrat. They usually sing at 1pm on weekdays and noon at the weekend.

Besides these cultural possibilities, there are numerous walks around Montserrat, ranging from easy strolls to serious hikes. Each trail offers a different perspective on the stunning views over the surrounding landscape, many of which are peppered with small chapels and hermitages.

You'll easily find a route to suit your taste and energy levels. But whether they're fairly strenuous treks or gentle walks, they all give you fantastic views to marvel at the unspoiled beauty of this protected natural park. 

If you'd rather not walk at all, then another option is to take one of the two rack railways, or the cable car, offering yet more views of the area. 

After a morning in Montserrat, we leave the mountain at around 2:30pm, heading for Penedès, home to the famous Cava champagne and, in particularly, home to Pares Balta where we'll visit their vast underground wine cellars.

Pares Balta is situated in the Penedès wine-growing region, which boasts one of the widest varieties of grape of any wine-growing region in the world. 

The tour is a great chance to see exactly how the famous sparkling wine is produced, from the first pressing of the grapes to the second fermentation in the vast expanse of cellars. 

Of course, no winery visit would be complete without a taste of the stuff! At the den of the tour you'll get the chance to try some of the best Cava the region produces.

We leave the winery at around 5:30pm, returning to Barcelona for around 6:30pm.

  • Duration : 10 Hours (approx.)
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Girona and Costa Brava Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona

Journey to the colourful Roman city of Girona in the morning followed by the breathtaking sea views, cliffs and coves of the Costa Brava.

Girona & Costa Brava Small Group Day Tour from Barcelona

Highlights:

  • Personalized small group and commentary
  • Expert English-speaking guide
  • Transported by air-conditioned coach

Travel back in time as you get lost in the medieval city of Girona, before discovering the rugged and unspoiled beauty of the Costa Brava.

Journey to the Costa Brava and visit the colourful Roman city of Girona, a melting pot of cultures. Explore the winding medieval streets of the Jewish quarter, walk along the Roman wall that surrounds the old town, or discover the Arab Baths.  

Afterwards, we visit the pristine mediaeval village of Pals before heading down the coastal route to admire the breath-taking sea-views, cliffs and coves of the Costa Brava.

We stop in Calella de Palafrugell where you can walk around the rocky coast, sunbathe and swim, or visit the  botanical gardens set on the cliff tops of Cap Roig.


Full tour description:

The tour leaves Barcelona from our city centre office opposite the famous Palau de la Musica monment at 8:30am and heads straight up to Girona, a well-established city that has survived many a siege in the course of its long history, since its founding in around 76 BC. 

It has been dominated by many different people, and, as a result, has a great richness of architectural heritage. 

The Cathedral, founded in 1038 on the site of a former Mosque, and the spectacular Roman walls, along which you can walk, are just two examples of this. 

There are a wide variety of museums and sites of historical interest in Girona, such as the Jewish Call and the Arab Bath house. If you prefer, the narrow streets of the old town are very pleasant just to wander around, indulge in a spot of window-shopping, or find a secluded café and sit back to watch people pass by.

From Girona, the tour heads to the impossibly charming Pals, a small medieval village that grew out of what was once a fortress. The name of the city comes from palus, the Latin word for marshlands, as this is what the fortress used to be surrounded by. 

More recently, the town’s beach became famous as the location of the masts for Radio Liberty, a US radio station used to broadcast pro-capitalist programmes into the Eastern bloc during the cold war; the masts can still be seen.

From Pals, we head to the fishing village of Calella de Palafrugell. This delightful escape has whitewashed houses that reach right down to the sea-front and a number of traditional restaurants - perfect for a leisurely lunch. You can also explore the rocky coastline, take a dip in the inviting waters, or follow the coastline round to the beautiful cliff-top botanic gardens at Cap Roig.

If the Costa Brava is what really appeals to you, then take a look at our Dalí Day Tour, which reaches even deeper into the Costa Brava.

From Calella de Palafrugell we will return to Barcelona, arriving at 7pm.

  • Duration : 11 Hours (approx.)
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Pyrenees Mountains Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona

A fantastic chance to experience the spectacular Pyrenees mountains and the charm of one of Catalonia's most beautiful medieval towns.

Pyrenees Mountains Small Group Day Tour from Barcelona

Highlights:

  • Full-day small group tour by minivan to the Pyrenees
  • Visiting the historic town of Vic and its cathedral and market square
  • Personalized small group and commentary
  • Riding the rack railway from Queralbs to a stunning mountain valley
  • Hiking, horse riding, boating and other activities
  • Professional English-speaking guide
  • Transport by comfortable air-conditioned minivan

The only day tour from Barcelona that takes groups into the Pyrenees mountains.

This is a wonderful chance to step foot in the spectacular Pyrenees mountains and take the mountain train up to nearly 2,000 metres (6,000 feet).

First port of call is the beautifully maintained mediaeval town famous of Vic. It's well know for it's bustling market, old quarter, and traditional way of life. 

Before lunch, we head up into the Pyrenees, first stopping at the stone-built village of Queralbs, from where we catch the rack railway high into the mountains.


Full tour description:

This is a perfect tour for anybody wanting to truly escape the city and immerse themselves in nature. Not to mention that you'll also be visiting one of the world's most famous mountain ranges.

We leave Barcelona at 8:30am from our city centre office opposite the famous Palau de la Musica moument. Very quickly, we leave the city behind us as we head north.

Our final destination may be the mountains, but on all of our day tours we try to include as much variety as possible. Just an hour from Barcelona, and half way to the Pyrenees, we stop for a short break in the ancient town of Vic.

In keeping with our philosophy of giving you as much time as possible to explore on your own, we head first for the Market Square where we will give you an introduction to the town and suggestions of what to see.

You'll have plenty of time to stroll around the town centre taking in the cathedral (a mixture of styles ranging from Romanesque to neo-classical), and some magnificent renaissance and baroque buildings; or to simply relax while having breakfast in the heart of the town: a beautiful arched square (one of the biggest in the country) where the market and other major events are held. 

Our visits to Vic coincides with traditional market days, something which has been taking place every week for over a thousand years!

From Vic, we continue up to the Pyrenees. Before we board the train, we will briefly visit Queralbs, which, at an altitude of 1,236 metres, is the last vehicle-accessible village on the way up to our mountain valley destination.

This tiny mountain village has a population of only 200 permanent residents living in a rambling collection of traditionally built stone houses. Perched on the side of the mountain, this impossibly quaint, picture postcard beautiful hamlet is one of the most memorable parts of the day.

Here, you will also be able to see the Church of Sant Sadurní de Fustanyá, built from stones so perfectly-hewn that legend says it was built by the fairies and witches said to inhabit the surrounding caves.

From Queralbs, we take the last 6km of the impressive rack railway up to an altitude of 1,964 metres and into the stunning mountain valley of Vall de Núria. Thanks to the mountain railway, you’ll be able to get high into the mountains with no effort at all.  

If you love hiking, then ask the guide to show you some routes, there's something for everyone - from the hard and strenuous to light and easy. You'll have plenty of time to hike well away from the valley and truly experience the solitude of the mountains.

In the valley you’ll also find the sanctuary, originally built to house pilgrims to the valley, and which takes its name from the Virgin de Núria. Her image, buried in the earth, was reputedly unearthed by a very persistent ox! 

In the valley, you can enjoy the unspoiled scenery, sharing it with unusual birds and animals ranging from Gryphon vultures to chamois, and golden eagles to marmots, and take one of the many different walks, of varying levels of difficulty, or you can try horse riding, open air bowling, archery lessons, crazy golf, or boating on the lake. If that seems too energetic, another option is to enjoy some of the traditional Catalan dishes available in the valley’s restaurants.

From Queralbs, the return to Barcelona begins, arriving there at 7:30pm.


**Please note: Annual track maintenance on the rack railway from Queralbs means that the line is closed between Mondays and Fridays from November 1 to November 30. On these days, the tour will run to an alternative itinerary that involves accessing the mountain valleys by road or hiking at a lower height. These changes will in no way take away from your Pyrenees experience.

  • Duration : 11 Hours (approx.)
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Tarragona and Sitges Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona

Travel back in time to the age of the Roman gladiator and see the magnificent Roman aquaduct, and other historical ruins in Tarragona. Later, relax by the sea for lunch in cosmopolitan Sitges.

Roman Tarragona & Cosmopolitan Sitges Small Group Day Tour from Barcelona

Highlights:

  • Full-day small group tour by minivan to Tarragona and Sitges
  • Explore the Roman past at Tarragona's aqueduct, forum and circus
  • Seaside views at tranquil Roc de Sant Gaieta
  • Cosmopolitan Sitges' beaches, cafes and boutiques
  • Professional English-speaking guide
  • Illuminating commentary from your expert guide
  • Transport by comfortable air-conditioned minivan
  • Personalized small group and commentary


Mix ancient Roman Tarragona with the cosmopolitan seaside town of Sitges.

Travel back in time and retrace the footsteps of Roman gladiators. Stand on the very spot where chariots raced by, walk across the magnificent Roman aqueduct, and stroll around the ‘Old Quarter’ with its stunning cathedral. 

Then visit Roc de Sant Gaieta, a tiny Mediterranean village with its mix of Ibizan fishermen’s houses, Seville-style patios, and Roman-Greco influence. 

Finally, you travel to Sitges to discover the Mediterranean atmosphere of this old fisherman’s village with its shady streets, traditional houses, beaches, bars and restaurants.

 

Full tour description:


The tour leaves Barcelona from our city centre office opposite the famous Palau de la Musica monument at 8:30am.

Leaving Barcelona, we head south past Tarragona to our first stop of the day, the breathtaking 2,000 year old Roman aqueduct, known locally as ‘El Pont del Diable’ (The Devil’s Bridge). This perfectly preserved piece of ancient Roman history is hardly ever visited by tourists, but often leaves more of an impression on our visitors than any of our other tours.

Over 200 metres long and nearly 30 metres high, it is one of the hidden jewels of the area. This is a rare chance to get completely off the beaten track and visit one of the most amazing architectural wonders of Catalunya - and one that hardly anybody knows about.

From the aqueduct we travel back to Tarragona, the ancient Roman capital of the Iberian Peninsula, quietly entering the old part of the city through a narrow gateway in the old Roman walls.

Starting at the Archaeological Walkway, you will be able to admire the surviving stone walls, wander through the historic old quarter - passing the medieval hospital - before stopping at the cathedral where you can enjoy the Sunday morning antique market.

Few tourists ever make it to Tarragona, and fewer still stumble across this traditional market. It’s a great chance to pick up something truly unique from the area. For others, there is ample time to explore the beautiful cathedral that looks down on the antique collectors.

From there, you continue down through the old town to discover the Roman Forum and the nearby Roman Circus hidden amidst the urban design. Walk along the underground passageways that held the Circus’ stands and come to one of the most popular squares within the old town: Plaça de la Font, situated inside the Roman Circus. 

If you stand very still and close your eyes, you can almost hear the chariots racing by. On this very spot, thousands of years ago on, perhaps on the very same day of the week, the Roman capital of the Iberian Peninsula came alive in all of its bloody glory.

And last, but certainly not least, enjoy the breathtaking sea-view over the Roman amphitheatre and imagine gladiators battling each other to the death! It’s a poignant moment to stand on the same dusty ground that bore witness to countless scenes of sacrifice and passion. 

If you enjoy visiting old mediaeval towns, then you might also be interested in our Girona & Costa Brava Day Tour and thePyrenees Mountain Day Tour, both of which visit two of the best 'old' towns in the region.

At 12:30pm we leave Tarragona for Sitges. On route, we stop briefly at Roc de Sant Gaieta, an intimate little village built on the rocky shoreline. Stroll between its tiny white houses and let your imagination take you away to Ibiza fishing villages built with a touch of Roman-Greco flair. 

We arrive in Sitges at 2:00pm, in perfect time for lunch. This once quiet fishing village today boasts a long and sandy beach, groovy boutiques, and a handful of interesting sights. Sitges has been fashionable since the 1890s, when it became an avant-garde art-world hang-out. Get lost in its shady side streets and enjoy the Mediterranean atmosphere with its old whitewashed fisherman’s houses. After a leisurely lunch you might want to head off to one of the seventeen beaches the town has to offer.

We meet again at 6pm and return to Barcelona for around 7pm.

  • Duration : 10 Hours (approx.)
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Salvador Dali Museum, Figueres and Cadaques Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona

Follow the tracks of the surrealist genius in the land that inspired the man. We Visit his favourite haunts and secret hideaways.

Highlights:

  • Visit Dalí Museum-Theatre in Figueres
  • Personalized small group and commentary
  • Expert English-speaking guide
  • Best tour for Dali enthusiasts and you'll see hidden treasures off the beaten path

The Ultimate Dalí Small Group Day Tour from Barcelona

During the summer months, the drive to Cadaques can take a long time due to the number of people wanting to visit the town and beach. For this reason, we substitute the visit to Dalí's house with a visit to the castle at Pubol he gave to his wife.


Winter Schedule 15th September - 30th June

One of the most complete Dalí tours available. Spend the morning at the unique Dalí museum in Figueres and finish the day on his beloved Costa Brava, visiting his home in Port Lligat and the magnificent Cap de Creus. 

This tour we offer you is much more than just a Dalí-Museum Tour as we visit places that other tours leave behind.

Summer Schedule 1st July - 14th September

To avoid the crowds in Cadaques during the height of the summer, we substitute the Dalí house in Port Lligat with a visit to Pubol Castle, the magnificent present he gave to his beloved wife.

Full tour description:

We depart from our city centre office opposite the Palau de la Musica monument at 8:30am, and set out for Figueres, the birthplace of Dalí and home to the world famous Dalí Museum-Theatre. Here you will be able to explore where he was born on Monturiol Street and visit the museum. 

Those wanting to visit, will find a museum like none other. Dalí wanted visitors to see his massive collection as a ‘whole’ work, and for this reason he wanted no catalogues and refused to have his works placed in chronological or subject order. Step inside Dalí’s world of fantasy mixed with architecture mixed with paintings and sculptures. It’s a complete surrealistic experience. 

Winter Schedule 15th September - 30th June

After our morning visit inside the mind of Dalí, we head for the beautiful coastal village of Cadaqués.

Famous for its white washed Mediterranean houses, narrow shady streets, and sandy bay, this is one of the most picturesque villages on the Costa Brava. 

But what really stands out for many people is the dramatic drive there, which offers some of the best views in the whole of Catalunya.   

For lunch, you can enjoy local seafood specialities in one of the numerous terraces facing the Mediterranean, or grab a sandwich and simply relax and appreciate why this place inspired so many artists.

After lunch we will travel just a few minutes up the coast to the even smaller village of Port Lligat, the place where Dalí sought the peace and quiet that truly inspired him. 

When the artist met the love of his life, Gala, he broke away from his parents and bought a fishermen’s hut there.

It was here that Dalí lived from 1930 onwards, gradually altering and enlarging the original dwelling he bought there and which shared the same name as the bay. 

The house of Port Lligat must be considered Dalí’s only true home. It was in this studio that he painted the majority of his great works. Every detail of the house bears his imprint, and the house still contains his original furniture and decoration. 

Finally, we will more on to Cap de Creus, the most easterly point of mainland Spain and one of the most starkly beautiful coastal landscapes in the whole of the country. 

If you like the Costa Brava and want to see more, then have a look at our Girona & Costa Brava Day Tour.

We will leave at around 5:00pm and arrive back in Barcelona at around 7:00pm. 

Summer Schedule 1st July - 14th September

Our summer schedule follows the winter schedule for the morning but follows a different itinerary after leaving the museum.

Following your visit here, the tour travels to the village of Pubol, where there will be ample opportunities to eat in a traditional Catalan restaurant. 

After lunch you can visit another masterpiece of Dalí’s: Pubol Castle. Dalí gave the castle to Gala in the spring of 1970, on the condition that he himself would not enter it unless personally invited by Gala. 

He carefully restored the old Gothic Renaissance Palace and furnished it with items bought from various antique dealers around the region. Inside, he painted frescoes and later painted two water colours entitled ‘View of Pubol’.

In typical Dalí fashion, he promised his wife that he would only ever visit the castle when she invited him.

But, perhaps most lovingly and saddest of all, he also built the crypt where Gala is now buried deep in the bowels of the castle. At the end of his life, Dalí received the title of Marquis Dalí of Pubol, although Dalí only lived in the Castle for 2 years after Gala passed away.

In mid afternoon your tour will continue to Platge de Castell, one of those rare hidden corners you can still find on the Costa Brava. Dalí visited this region several times in the 1930s, especially a place called Mas Juny, owned by his friend Josep Sert, a famous Catalan painter of the time. 

This place was famous for its artistic gatherings and parties, which were attended by Dalí. Even today, the Costa Brava, with its transparent waters and pine forests, is not so different from the 1930s. This rocky coastline has been saved from high buildings and large scale tourism projects and still preserves that ‘wild aspect’ that gave the name to Costa Brava. There is no better homage to Dalí and no better way to finish the day than to enjoy the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean.

We will leave at around 5:00pm and arrive back in Barcelona at around 7:00pm.  


  • Please note: Dali House will be closed on the 1st of January, and from the 6th of January until the 11th of February. It is still possible to see the house from the outside.

  • Duration : 11 Hours (approx.)
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Small-Group Cava and Wine Day Trip from Barcelona

Sample thevery best wines and cavas Catalunya has to offer. From world famous wineries to small family owned vineyards...

Wine & Cava Small Group Day Tour

Highlights:

  • 10.5-hour cava and wine tour from Barcelona 
  • Enjoy guided tours of three of the best wineries in the Penedés region
  • Learn about the complex process of producing wine 
  • Visit a family-run winery and discover the traditional method of making cava (Spanish sparkling wine)
  • Sample several types of wine and cava at each winery (included)
  • Small-group tour provides a more personal experience with your guide

A memorable day visiting three very different wineries showcasing the very best of Catalan wine. From one of the biggest and most iconic wineries in the region to one of the best sparkling wine producers in the world and finally to a tiny family winery working hard to make delicious organic wines, you will spend an unforgettable day in the very heart of the Penedes wine region, one of the most hidden jewels in Catalunya.


Full tour description:


We will start our tour at one of the most famous, and in fact the very first, cava producer in the region: the family winery of Codorniu.

The reputation of this centuries-old wine maker both in in Spain and around the world shows the quality of their wine. You'll learn all about the cava making process, and even stand in the very room deep underground where the very first bottle of cava was made over 150 years ago! One of the barrels still has bullet holes made by some careless soldiers from the civil war!

Part of the experience is visiting the actual winery buildings, which are a jewel of the Modernist industrial architecture. During this first visit, you'll be able to see the latest technological innovations in wine making combined with the oldest tradition of cava making.

At the end of the visit, you will, of course, get to sample some of their most emblematic wines.

From here we travel back to the past and a time when every step, every detail was done by hand. At this winery, quality and the utmost respect for tradition matter most. The result is a beautifully aged cava considered by the experts to be one of the best sparkling wines in Spain.

They are proud to keep the true artisan process alive and limit the use of machinery in their wine making. Everybody working in the winery is directly or indirectly related to the family.

For lunch we will take you to the local village where there are a number of lunch options.

Although most famous for its cava, Penedes is far more than cava . This is what we will show you in the afternoon by visiting an organic winery specialising in white and red still wine.

At this family winery, they produce excellent red wines made with Tempranillo, Pinot Noir, Garnatxa or Cabernet Sauvignon, demonstrating that the climate and the soil of Penedes can make wonderfull still wines. This might be the last stop of the day, but be prepared to samplea variety of wines including red, white, rosé,and of, course, Cava.

We arrive back in Barcelona at around 7pm.

  • Duration : 10 Hours (approx.)
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Three Countries in One Day: France, Andorra and Spain from Barcelona

A unique chance to visit three countries in one day! Start your morning early in the medieval Spanish village of Baga, then breakfast in France before heading to the tiny mountain country of Andorra.

Three Countries in One Day: France, Andorra and Spain from Barcelona

Highlights:

  • Visit three countries in one day: France, Andorra and Spain
  • Tour the medieval Spanish village of Bagà
  • Wander the Medieval streets of Ax-Les-Thermes
  • Experience the healing waters from one of the many spas
  • Take in the magnificent views from a high mountain pass
  • Enjoy a short walk in a typical Andorran valley dotted with old stone cottages
  • Go tax-free shopping or hike mountain trails in Andorra
  • Small-group tour with a maximum of 20 people provides an intimate experience with your
    guide


** A current valid PASSPORT is required on the day of travel.


Where else but in Europe can you visit three countries in one day? 

Three different countries, three distinctly different atmospheres, stunning drives, and breathaking scenery.

Depart from a centrally located pickup point in Barcelona and relax during the scenic journey to Bagà in a comfortable, air-conditioned minivan. Marvel at the majestic perimeter of rocky peaks in the Cadi-Moixeró National Park as you arrive in Bagà. As this sleepy villages comes to life, you can get a fresh pastry or sandwich in the local bakery, and a coffee in one of the many typical cafes, before rejoining your guide who will give you a short walking tour of the village before leaving you some free time to explore alone.  

From Bagà, you will head deeper into the countryside as we drive towards the French border. Your next stop is the charming and beautiful ancient spa town of Ax-Les-Thermes. Your guide will recommend some of the best natural fountains to visit, and those best suitable for soaking your feet in. You'll then have free time to enjoy the healing waters, browse the local artisan shops where you can buy local cheeses and cured meats, as well as looking out for a souvenir to remember your visit. After an hour of wandering around this typical French village, its time to choose from one of the many local restaurants for a traditional French lunch.

After a memorable French experience, you will meet back at the bus to head towards Andorra. Your route takes you through the beautiful Pyrenees Alps to Andorra la Vella, the capital of the small but stunning country of Andorra. On your way we will cross the Pas de la Casa, an amazing high mountain pass with some stunning photo opportunities. As you descend into Andorra you will stop off at a typical mountain valley where you will get a glimpse of how Andorra used to be. Tiny stone huts dot the mountainside, a Roman church stands guard as it has done for centuries, and the wind and the water are the only sounds you'll hear. There will be a chance for you to enjoy a brief hike to get away from it all.  

From here you will head down the valleys into Andorra de la Vella. This will be your last stop of the day, but you'll have enough time to do a little bit of duty free shopping, and grab a quick bargain. 

At about 4pm, you will return to the bus and head back to Barcelona via a different route. This drive takes you through dramatic gorges, past verdant farming land, and alongside lakes and rivers, before the landscape levels out and the lush tones of green of the fields and the shining grey of the mountain rocks are replaced by the dusty orange and brown hues of this arid landscape. You will stop en route for a chance to stretch your legs and quench your thirst, before arriving back in town at about 7.30pm.

There is no denying that this tour takes in a lot of driving, but every mile brings a new view, every turn a different perspective. And where else in the world can you visit three countries in just one day.

  • Duration : 12 Hours (approx.)
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Traditional Food & Wine Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona

Start the day with a typical country-style breakfast, before heading to a 400 year old farmhouse for an olive oil tasting and traditional lunch, before finishing the day with an extensive wine tasting at a local family owned winery.

Traditional Food & Wine Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona

Highlights:

  • Catalan food and wine day trip from Barcelona
  • Sample homemade cheese, home-cured meats, olive oil and locally grown fruit
  • Enjoy a guided tour of a winery and four tastings of wine and cava
  • Have a traditional Catalan lunch of regional home-grown products at a 16th-century farmhouse restaurant
  • Admire panoramic views of the Catalan countryside, traditional villages and Montserrat
  • Small-group tour ensures a personal experience with your guide
Overview

Discover the flavours of Catalan food and wine on this small-group day trip from
Barcelona. Sample cheese and wine in a beautiful medieval farmhouse
overlooking the mountain of Montserrat; visit a former Benedictine monastery to
sample local delicacies like home-cured meats; and taste different types of olive
oil at another medieval farmhouse. Enjoy a traditional Catalan lunch at the
farm's restaurant, and end your day trip with a guided tour of a winery, where
you will enjoy cava and wine tastings. On this small-group tour, you will receive
personalized attention from your tour guide.

Full Description

Meet your guide in central Barcelona, relax on board a comfortable minivan and
take in views of the Catalan countryside on your way to Montserrat, the craggy
mountain that rises above the region.

Stop in a charming village, famous for
cattle raising and cheese making, and visit a beautifully restored medieval
farmhouse to sample local cheese and wine. As you savor your tasting, admire
views of your backdrop – the north face of Montserrat.

Continue to Santa Cecília, a former Benedictine monastery that is today a
mountain shelter and a great example of early Catalan Romanesque
architecture. Enjoy a short stop here to learn interesting facts about the history
of the region, as how the monks influenced the farming and the gastronomic
traditions. As you listen to your guide, sample locally grown treats like almonds,
peaches, honey or home-cured meats, depending on the season.

Next, relax on the drive around Montserrat and discover the south face of the
mountain, which has a different climate and landscape from the north side,
making it ideal for olive trees and vines. Get closer to nature as you leave your
minivan and follow your guide through a path between fields of olive trees.

Arrive at a 16th-century farmhouse, originally the property of the Monastery of
Montserrat. Visit the farmhouse's old olive mill and the medieval water tanks,
and learn about olive oil pressing and the different types of olive oil. Sample
some of these, then enjoy a traditional lunch of products grown at the farm
(upgrade your experience by traveling on a Sunday, where the menu features
typical local Catalan dishes)

After lunch, head to the Penedés, a vibrant wine region known for its production
of cava (Catalan sparkling wine). Stop at a local winery, where you will learn
how cava is made on a guided tour of the winery's underground cellars and
barreling room, and finish with a tasting of four different types of cava and wine.
Then sit comfortably in your minivan and admire views of the landscape on your
way back to Barcelona.

  • Duration : 10 Hours (approx.)
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Barcelona Gourmet Tapas Walking Tour and Flamenco Show

This exciting 3-hour evening experience includes a stroll around Eixample to sample authentic Catalan tapas such as ‘pa amb tomàquet,’ and visit to a ham delicatessen in Born. Finish your evening with a 45-minute authentic flamenco show!

Barcelona Tapas Walking Tour and Flamenco Show

Overview

Visit a Modernist-style tapas bar in the heart of Barcelona’s Eixample
neighborhood, and then finish the night in an emblematic flamenco bar in the
heart of the Gothic Quarter in famous Plaça Reial.

This exciting 3-hour evening
experience includes a stroll around Eixample to sample authentic Catalan tapas
such as ‘pa amb tomàquet,’ and a visit to a ham delicatessen in Born. Finish your
evening with a 45-minute authentic flamenco show featuring some of the
genre's newest rising stars performing this dance to traditional Spanish music!
Numbers are limited to 10 on this small-group tour, ensuring you’ll enjoy
personalized attention from your guide.


Detailed Description

Highlights:

- 3-hour evening Barcelona tapas and flamenco tour
- Visit places where the locals eat and shop: a tapas bar in Eixample and a
ham shop in Born
- Sample Catalan classics like pa amb tomàquet, Manchego cheese and
locally cured serrano ham
- Walk past Barcelona Cathedral and explore the Gothic Quarter
- Watch a fiery flamenco show starring the very best rising stars of the
genre
- Small-group tour with a maximum of 20 ensures a more intimate
experience

After meeting your guide in central Barcelona, near Palau de la Musica, take a
leisurely stroll to the edge of the Eixample district  to discover a tapas gem and one of Barcelona’s best Modernist-style bars.

The bar serves up delicious small plates of Catalan
favorites such aspa amb tomàquet (bread with olive oil and tomatoes)
and patates braves (potatoes with oil, red pepper and chili, served with aioli).
Watch the chef prepare the food, and then sit down to savor a plate and a drink
while hearing tales about Catalan cuisine.


Walk off your snack with a stroll to Born, listening to your guide talking about
Barcelona’s history, food and culture as you go. Your destination is the
neighborhood's locally loved ham shop, where huge legs of serrano ham hang
in the windows. Head inside and sample some of the best meats, made from
acorn-fed pigs, and sample popular cheeses such as Manchego.


Continuing your stroll through Born, pass Barcelona Cathedral (Cathedral of the
Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia) and the old Roman city walls, and then wind your
way to the heart of the Gothic Quarter to Plaça Reial, a bustling nighttime
square near La Rambla, where the highlight of your evening awaits --
a flamenco performance inside one of the oldest flamenco bars in Barcelona!



  • Duration : 3 Hours (approx.)
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Skip- The- Line Barcelona Walking Tour:  Palau de la Múrica, Picasso Museum and Gaudi's Casa Batlló

Skip- The- Line Barcelona Walking Tour: Palau de la Múrica, Picasso Museum and Gaudi's Casa Batlló

Enjoy skip-the-line entry to two world-class cultural attractions – the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Palau de la Musica concert hall (upgrade option only) and the Picasso Museum!

Skip- The- Line Barcelona Walking Tour:  Palau de la Múrica, Picasso Museum and Gaudi's Casa Batlló

Highlights:

  • 4-hour Barcelona walking tour of the city’s cultural highlights
  • Enjoy priority access to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Palau de la Musica (upgrade option only) and the Picasso Museum with skip-the-line tickets
  • Visit Mercat de Santa Caterina and participate in an olive oil tasting 
  • See famous Picasso paintings like The First Communion during an audio tour of the Picasso Museum
  • Visit the colorful neighborhood of Passeig de Gràcia and either walk around Rambla de Catalunya or enter Gaudi's Casa Batlló (at your own expense)
  • Small-group tour with a maximum of 20 provides a more personalized experience
Overview

See the best of Barcelona on a 4-hour walking tour, and enjoy skip-the-line entry to two world-class cultural attractions – the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Palau de la Musica concert hall (upgrade option only) and the Picasso Museum!

Learn all about Pablo Picasso’s life in the city, and see countless Barcelona attractions like Mercat de Santa Caterina and Passeig de Gràcia. At the end of your tour you can purchase discounted tickets for Antoni Gaudi’s Casa Batlló museum from your guide. 


Full Description

If you want to make the most of Barcelona's cultural highlights, upgrade your tour and start earlier, at 10am, with a skip-the-line tour of Palau de la Musica. Built in the early 1900s, this gorgeous performance venue is one of the finest examples of Modernist architecture in the city, and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walk through the incredible concert hall, gazing in awe at its outstanding stained-glass skylight on a 45-minute tour.

Alternatively, meet your guide and the earlier group at 10:45am in the foyer of Palau de la Musica, and start your morning with coffee. Then take a stroll through Barcelona’s liveliest market -- Mercat de Santa Caterina -- where you'll take part in an olisoliva (olive oil tasting) with a local trader. Pass through Plaza de Sant Marcus, and walk along Barcelona’s famous Montcada Street, where the highlight of your day awaits – the Picasso Museum.

Before heading inside, your guide will give you all the gossip on Pablo Picasso’s life in Spain. Hear how the world-famous artist lived in Barcelona as an apprentice, and learn how the city shaped his life’s work. Skip the entrance lines with your priority-access ticket for a 1-hour audio tour around the museum, seeing inspirational Picasso paintings like The First Communion and Science and Charity.

Continue through the bustling Plaza Reial for a quick look inside Barcelona Cathedral, admiring its Neo-Gothic façade. Stroll to Las Ramblas, and then take a quick train ride with your guide to Passeig de Gràcia, home to some of the city’s most eccentric buildings, like the incredible Casa Batlló.

Entrance to Casa Batlló is at your own expense, but you can purchase a discounted, skip-the-line ticket from your guide with a savings of 20%. Should you decide to enter, you won’t be disappointed, as a comprehensive 45-minute walking tour around this fantastic Modernist museum – designed by Antoni Gaudi – is included.

Alternatively, you can end your tour with a walk around Rambla de Catalunya instead, strolling in the tree-lined shade and checking out the street’s chic independent shops.

  • Duration : 4 Hours (approx.)
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Small-Group Medieval Villages Day Trip from Barcelona

Leave Barcelona and travel back to ancient times on this small-group tour of Catalonia’s medieval villages.

Small- Group Medieval Villages Trip from Barcelona

Highlights

  • Small-group day trip to Catalonia medieval villages from Barcelona
  • Visit the charming medieval villages of Besalú and Tavertet with your guide
  • Enjoy free time in Rupit to visit medieval locations and have a traditional lunch at a local restaurant (own expense) 
  • Take in stunning views of the countryside from the Cingles de Tavertet
    sandstone cliffs
  • See the beautiful Castellfollit de la Roca village located at the edge of a
    basalt cliff
  • Small-group tour ensures a more personalized experience 

Overview


Travel back to Medieval age on this small-group tour. Visit the beautifully
preserved villages of Besalú and Tavertet and learn interesting facts about
these historical locations from your guide. Have free time in Rupit village to see
the Baroque-era Church of Sant Miquel and have a traditional Catalan lunch
(own expense) at a local restaurant. Take in views of the remains of the Castle
of Rupit, Castellfollit de la Roca and the Cingles de Tavertet sandstone cliffs.
This small-group tour ensures you’ll receive personalized attention from your
guide.


Detailed Description

Meet your guide in central Barcelona and relax in a comfortable minivan as you
take in views of the green countryside on the 1.5-hour drive to Besalú.


When you arrive, enjoy a guided walking tour of this beautifully preserved
village from the Middle Ages. See the town's arcaded streets, visit a restored
mikveh (an old Jewish bath from the 12th century), and see the remains of a
medieval synagogue.


Continue by minivan toward the village of Rupit. On the way, pass by
Castellfollit de la Roca, one of the smallest towns in Catalonia with 1,000
habitants in just 3,280 square feet (1,000 square meters), located on the edge
of a basalt precipice.

When you arrive in Rupit, enjoy two hours of free time to
visit this beautiful village at your own leisure. Wander along the cobblestone
streets lined with 16th-century country houses, stop by the hanging wooden
bridge, and visit the Baroque-era Church of Sant Miquel. Have lunch at a local
restaurant (own expense) and see the remains of the Castle of Rupit on a rocky
peak.


Next, enjoy a scenic drive to the top of the Cingles de Tavertet sandstone cliffs,
located by the Ter river valley. Pass by a megalithic tomb -- a field of funerary
urns -- and the Iberian Wall until you reach the village of Tavertet.

With your
guide, visit this charming village, declared a National Property of Cultural
Interest due to its 48 preserved houses from the 17th and 18th centuries. Learn
interesting facts about this village as you admire the houses and the 11th century
Romanesque Church of Sant Cristòfol.

Enjoy a short break to grab a
coffee at a local café (own expense) or walk to the viewpoint to admire stunning
views over the Panta de Sau lake.
Then, relax on the drive back to Barcelona and take in views of El Magatalls, a
beautiful lush forest, and El Montseny, a UNESCO Man and Biosphere-listed
natural park. 



  • Duration : 11 Hours (approx.)
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Montserrat Half-Day Small-Group Tour with Optional Skip- the- Line Ticket to La Sagrada Familia

Visit one of Barcelona’s most spectacular sites – Montserrat – on this small-group tour! You can combine this experience with a skip-the-line ticket to Antoni Gaudi’s extraordinary Sagrada Familia basilica.

Montserrat Half- Day Small- Group Tour with Optional Cable Car Ride and Skip- the- Line Tickte to La Sagrada Familia

Highlights:

  • Small-group tour from central Barcelona to Montserrat 
  • Take a guided tour of Santa Maria de Montserrat basilica, home to the Virgin of Montserrat
  • Upgrade to include skip-the-line entry at Antoni Gaudí’s masterpiece, La Sagrada Familia basilica
  • Small-group tour ensures a personalized experience with your guide
Overview

Capture the heart of Catalonia on this tour to the iconic Montserrat and it's
Royal Basilica with our special half day tour.


We offer both morning and afternoon options, with the possibility to add a ‘Skip
the Line’ entrance ticket to Sagrada Familia.

At Montserrat you’ll be able to explore the monastic centre of Catalonia, home to the famous black virgin & la
Escolania (children’s boy choir). You’ll also have time to explore the magnificent
natural park & mountains with spectacular views over the plains of Catalonia.

Full Description

A day tour from Barcelona to Montserrat is a must for the majority of visitors to
Barcelona. It's probably the one place that they have heard all about before
they arrive.
The advantage of taking one of our small group day tours from Barcelona is that
we can avoid the crowds and stay well clear of the other larger tour operators.


Our day starts at 8.30am or 1.45pm from our office opposite the Palau de la Musica
building. From here, the journey to Montserrat takes us about an hour or so.
One of the main reasons people book with us is that they want the intimacy of a
small group, but like to have somebody there to explain things.


Keeping to our philosophy of giving you plenty of free time to explore on your
own, but guiding you in the right direction, the first thing we do on arrival is
explain the various options.
A visit to the sanctuary where the ‘Moreneta’ is housed is a must.

The sanctuary
has been in use for almost 1000 years for those pilgrims and other visitors who
have climbed this spectacular mountain.
You’ll also have the opportunity to visit the fascinating Museum of Montserrat,
with its five collections, ranging from Archaeology from the Biblical East to
Modern Painting and Sculpture.


Besides these cultural possibilities, there are numerous walks around
Montserrat, ranging from easy strolls to serious hikes. Each trail offers a
different perspective on the stunning views over the surrounding landscape,
many of which are peppered with small chapels and hermitages.


You'll easily find a route to suit your taste and energy levels. But whether they're
fairly strenuous treks or gentle walks, they all give you fantastic views to marvel
at the unspoiled beauty of this protected natural park.
If you'd rather not walk at all, then another option is to take one of the two rack
railways, or the cable car, offering yet more views of the area. 

Depending on whether you have taken the morning or afternoon option you will arrive back in Barcelona at around 2pm or 7pm. 

  • Duration : 6 Hours (approx.)
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Small-Group Mediterranean Sea Sailing Trip from Barcelona

Small-Group Mediterranean Sea Sailing Trip from Barcelona

A completely unexpected way to experience Barcelona - aboard our luxurious Bavaria 37 feet sailing yacht. Sit back and relax, or give the skipper a hand as you sail along the Barcelona coast. A unique once in a lifetime experience.

2 Hour Sailing Trip from Barcelona

Highlights

  • 2-hour sailing trip from Barcelona
  • Feel the warm sea breeze as you sail along the Barcelona coast
  • Take in views of Barcelona landmarks like La Sagrada Familia, Port Olympic, Barceloneta Beach and more
  • Swim in the beautiful Mediterranean Sea or relax and sunbathe on board
  • Enjoy refreshments aboard the yacht or at a local bar, depending on the weather conditions (included)
  • Small-group tour limited to 10 people ensures personalized attention from your guide

Sail on the beautiful Mediterranean Sea on this small-group sailing trip from Barcelona. Aboard a modern yacht, travel along the coast and take in views of La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona Cathedral, Montjuic, Tibidabo and the Port Olympic. Then head out to sea and become a real sailor as you help the skipper with the sails and take the helm! Go for a swim if you wish, and then enjoy a drink and snacks on the boat or back on land at a local bar. This small-group tour is limited to 10 people, ensuring you’ll receive personalized attention from your skipper.

Detailed Description

We leave from the centre of Barcelona and head straight to our local
Mediterranean marina tucked away from the tourists.

Less than 30 minutes later,
you'll be stepping aboard one of our specially fitted sailing yachts ready to take
to the waves of the sparkling Mediterranean Sea


On route, your guide will keep you entertained with a short history of Barcelona
and a preliminary sailing briefing.
As soon as you step aboard one of our yachts, ranging between 36 and 42 feet,
the Captain will slip the ropes and head straight out to sea.


There's plenty of space for up to 10 people, and a proper inside cabin with
seating and toilets.
If you prefer, you can sit back, relax, pop open a beer and let the wind carry you
away, but if you want to be totally involved, the skipper will be happy to let you
hoist the sails and even steer the boat!


Weather permitting, we will drop the sails well off the coast and you can
experience the thrill of open water swimming! The memory of swimming in the
deep blue waters of the Med will stay with you a lifetime.


After two hours of sailing down the coast of Barcelona we will head back to port
where you will disembark and head back to the city centre. 



  • Duration : 2 Hours (approx.)
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Barcelona High-Speed RIB Boat Cruise

Barcelona High-Speed RIB Boat Cruise

See the skyline of Barcelona from the sea and experience the speed, fun and adventure of one of Barcelona Watersports powerboat rides!

High Speed Powerboat Ride

Summary

This is a must do activity from Barcelona, giving you the chance to see all the wonderful sites of the city such as views of La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona Cathedral, Montjuic, Tibidabo and the Port Olympic. This fun and exhilarating high speed ride is 40 minutes - perfect for individuals or groups and you will be in safe hands with our qualified drivers:

Highlights

  • 1-hour high-speed RIB cruise along the Barcelona coast
  •  Get soaked in sea spray as you zoom over the Mediterranean 
  • Thrill as your RIB performs super-fast turns, figures of eight and wave jumps
  • Admire views over Barcelona’s beaches and landmarks such as La Sagrada Familia and Montjuïc 
  • Cruise past the glitzy super-yachts at Port Vell Marina 
  • Watch for dolphins and tuna during summer and perhaps swim from the boat
  • Choose from a selection of start times to suit your schedule 
Overview

Take a thrilling ride along Barcelona’s coast on this 1-hour speedboat cruise. Board your state-of-the-art RIB (rigid-inflatable boat) with an expert driver, and take a high-speed cruise on the Mediterranean. Get washed by sea spray as your boat jumps the waves, performs tight turns and figures of eight, and puts on white-knuckle bursts of speed. Soak up great views over Barcelona and the mega-yachts at Port Vell Marina, and in summer, look for dolphins or tuna in the waters, and perhaps even take a swim from the boat.

Full Description

Meet your skipper at Port Vell Marina in Barcelona at your choice of the available departure times. Listen to a safety briefing and slip on a supplied lifejacket and any supplied wet weather gear you might need.

Then, take a seat aboard your RIB: a custom-built, 26-foot (8 meter) craft powered by a 250 horsepower engine. With your skipper — a fully qualified powerboat driver — at the helm, feel the sea breeze whip through your hair as your state-of-art boat leaves its mooring.

As you set off, ogle the glamorous super boats docked at the marina, including the Eclipse, the flashy mega-yacht of the Chelsea Football Club owner, Roman Abramovich.

Hit the open sea and hold your clutch rail as your skipper pulls back the throttle and accelerates hard. Then, feel the adrenalin rush and sea spray as your boat performs super-fast turns, figures of eights and wave jumps, reaching speeds of up to 40 miles (64 km) per hour! In between the turns and moves, admire the views of Barcelona and pick out icons such as La Sagrada Familia and Montjuïc above the rooftops.

You’ll also get views of the city’s beaches and, in high summer, perhaps even spot dolphins and juvenile tuna jumping in the waves. Summer weather permitting, you may also get the chance for a swim in the Mediterranean — bring a swimsuit and towel just in case. Complimentary beer, soda and water are also available during your cruise.


After roughly an hour, and a last exhilarating burst of speed, cruise back past the extravagant yachts and moor at the marina, where your cruise ends. 




  • Duration : 1 Hours (approx.)
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Scenic Motor Cruise With Drinks & Tapas

Scenic Motor Cruise With Drinks & Tapas

Enjoy a fabulous experience out at sea aboard our motor cruiser whilst taking in the ionic skyline of Barcelona!

Motor on the beautiful Mediterranean Sea on this small-group motor trip from Barcelona. Aboard a our motor cruiser  travel along the coast and take in views of La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona Cathedral, Montjuic, Tibidabo and the Port Olympic. Then head out to sea and become a real sailor as you help the skipper and take the helm! Go for a swim if you wish, and then enjoy a drink and snacks on the boat or back on land at a local bar. This small-group tour is limited to 10 people, ensuring you’ll receive personalized attention from your skipper.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • 2-hour sailing trip from Barcelona
  • Feel the warm sea breeze as you sail along the Barcelona coast
  • Take in views of Barcelona landmarks like La Sagrada Familia, Port Olympic, Barceloneta Beach and more
  • Swim in the beautiful Mediterranean Sea or relax and sunbathe on board
  • Enjoy drinks and tapas aboard
  • Small-group tour limited to 10 people ensures personalized attention from your guide

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Costa Brava Small group Tour from Barcelona

Costa Brava Small group Tour from Barcelona

Just an hour from Barcelona is one of the most stunning coastlines in the whole of Europe, the Costa Brava. This small group tour takes you to some of the most beautiful parts of this area,

In just over an hour you will be transported from the hustle and bustle of the busy Mediterranean city of Barcelona, to one of the most breathtakingly beautiful stretches of coastline in the whole of Europe - the Costa Brava.


Your one hour drive will take you north up the coastal highway to our first destination, Blanes - the Gateway to the Costa Brava.


We will drive straight to one of the few remaining coves on the coast that have avoided the crowds of tourists and big commercial developments and are known only to locals. Our early morning departure from Barcelona means you'll have the beach to yourself, and you'll be able to enjoy a secluded swim in the crystal clear waters.

If the water doesn't tempt you to take a swim, you can still enjoy the coast up close with a couple of small walks along the rocky shoreline. 


You now have the option to stay on the beach for the next two hours, or leave the sand for another day and come with us to the famous botanical gardens. With a little bit of effort, you'll even find time to do both.


The botanical gardens are home to a wide variety of exotic plants, but it is the amazing views from high up on the cliffs that makes this stop an absolute must. The turquoise blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea stretch out endlessly into the distance, while far beneath you the waves crash in an explosion of white against the wild coastline.

After leaving the beach and gardens we will continue up to the old castle ruins for another amazing view of the coast.


You'll not want to leave the clifftops, but a typical Mediterranean lunch is waiting for you in a local restaurant. Your feast will start with a selection of traditional local dishes and a glass of Sangria, followed by a choice of main courses. All the dishes in this family owned restaurant are lovingly handmade and they have built a deserved reputation as one of the best kept secrets in town.


After lunch, we will take a short drive to Tossa de Mar, home to the last remaining preserved fortified town on the Costa Brava Coast.

Your afternoon starts with a slow walk up to the lighthouse along cobbled streets, with the ever present backdrop of the Costa Brava coastline completing your view.  From the lighthouse on top of the hill, you can enjoy spectacular views up and down the coast, as well as out across the medieval town and beyond the walls to the town beyond. 

From the highest point of the town, you'll wander back down through the old town before dropping into a maze of narrow streets lined with traditional whitewashed houses and shops. There's plenty of time to browse the local souvenir shops and boutiques, or relax with a drink in one of the many quaint bars lining the streets. 

If you've not had enough of the water, you have one last chance to take a dip beneath this historic town, or even rent a kayak for a quick paddle under the cliffs. 

After a couple of hours exploring Tossa de Mar we will head back to Barcelona arriving at about 6pm. 

  • Duration : 10 Hours (approx.)
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Games of Thrones Girona Tour

Games of Thrones Girona Tour

Enjoy a Game of Thrones immersion in Girona as you visit many of the location shoots from Season 6. After a morning in Girona, we will visit a traditional restaurant for lunch, before ending the day in a typical fortified mediavel village.

Your Game of Thrones day starts at 9.00am in our main office opposite the famous Palau de la Musica. While you wait for your tour to begin, you can get in the mood by watching some video clips of the actual show filmed in Girona, alongside some photographs taken during the filming. Your guide will explain the main sites and locations you will visit, as well as the schedule for the day.


The drive to Girona takes just over an hour, and on the way your guide will tell you all about the history of this medieval town, and tell you some interesting stories about the actual filming in the town.


Once you arrive in Girona, you will be taken on a comprehensive tour of all the main film locations, and you'll be able to stand on the exact same spots as your favourite characters. With the help of photographs taken during the shooting, we'll try to build a picture of what filming was like, and how it transformed the town of Girona into King's Landing!


After about one and a half hours, we will take a break and treat you to specially made local icecream, created in honour of Game of Thrones, and call "The King's Hand".


You will now have about an hour of free time to explore other parts of medieval Girona on your own. Explore the Roman Walls, discover the Jewish Call, and soak up the atmosphere of the beautifully preserved medieval jewel.


At around 1pm, we will meet for lunch in a traditional medieval restaurant.


After lunch at around 2.30pm, we will head to a carefully preserved medieval village. After an hour long guided visit, we will head back to Barcelona arriving between 5 and 6pm. 

  • Duration : 10 Hours (approx.)
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VIP Small Group Guided Tour: Girona and Costa Brava with Lunch

Journey to the colourful Roman city of Girona in the morning, and medieval Pals, followed by a visit to the Costa Brava, famous for stunning views, dramatic coasts and tiny sandy coves. Enjoy a delicious lunch right by the sea.

Climb aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle, with a guaranteed maximum of just 8 other travellers, at a centrally located pickup point in Barcelona, and admire the picturesque Catalan countryside as you travel toward your fist stop, the ancient city of Girona. 

Listen as your guide regales you with tales dating back to Girona’s 76 BC origin, and then embark on a tour of the medieval metropolis’ rich architectural tableau.  During some leisurely free time, see the great Cathedral, founded in 1038 on the site of a former Mosque, admire the spectacular Roman walls that defended the city from attackers, or travel back in time at one of Girona’s comprehensive museums.  

Return to the vehicle and then head to Pals, a small city that grew from the foreboding fortress at its center. Continue to the charming fishing village of Calella de Palafrugell, and gaze at the dramatic hillside scenery as you travel past Begur, site of ancient castle ruins.  

On arrival in Calella de Palafrugell, relish the picturesque tableau of whitewashed houses and pristine sandy beaches, and set off to explore the rugged coastline. Sink your toes into the soft sands of the beach, take a dip in the refreshing waters of the ocean, or absorb the botanical beauty of the cliff top gardens at Cap Roig.  

Your guide will give you free time to explore, but they will also treat you to a delicious, typical lunch with local wine at one of the charming restaurants at the edge of the sea.   After a leisurely lunch and some free time, you'll reconvene with your guide and group at a prearranged time, and relax during the journey back to Barcelona, where your tour concludes. 

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  • Duration : 11 Hours (approx.)
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Skip the Line: Best of Barcelona Half day Tour including Sagrada Familia

Skip the Line: Best of Barcelona Half day Tour including Sagrada Familia

Our Barcelona Highlights Half Day tour offers a comprehensive view of the city. We visit some of the most iconic sights the city has to offer, such as the Sagrada Familia, as well as introducing some of Barcelona`s best-kept secrets.

Barcelona Full Day Highlights Skip the Line Tour

HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Average Group size just 8-20 people
  • No Cancellations
  • Guided visit of inside Sagrada Familia - SKIP THE QUEUES!
  • Panoramic view of Barcelona from Montjüic hill
  • Drive through the Eixample, Barcelona's modernist centre
  • Drive up Passeig de Gracia - Barcelona's luxury shopping area
  • Walking tour of Barcelona's Gothic quarter
  • Visit the Santa Maria del Mar


Our Barcelona Highlights Half Day tour offers a comprehensive view of the city. We visit all of the most iconic sights the city has to offer as well as introducing some of Barcelona's best-kept secrets.

We start our tour with a drive to the famous hill of Montjüic, which offers excellent views over the city and was the site of the 1992 Olympic games.

After a brief stop at the Catalunya National Art Museum (MNAC) we will make our way down to Plaça Espanya and on past the Modernist buildings of the Eixample area.

Our drive to the iconic Sagrada Famlia will take us up Passeig de Gracia, home to the famous designer stores, and the setting for two of Barcelona's most talked about Gaudï buildings: La Pedrera and Casa Batlló.

We will arrive at Sagrada Família, stopping there for a guided visit inside the building. Our 'Skip the Line' policy means entrance tickets will have been pre-purchased and there will no NO QUEUES! For many, this is the highlight of their Barcelona experience.

The group will then head to the oldest part of Barcelona, the Barrio Gótico, which, as late, the mid 19th century was still surrounded by the Mediaeval walls.

At this point, we will leave the bus and enjoy a stroll through the narrow winding streets of mediaeval Barcelona.

At the start of our short walk through the historic streets of Barcelona, we will stop for brief tour of one of Barcelona's most traditional indoor food markets: Mercat de Santa Caterina.

From there, we will travel back in time, going from the Roman era through to the early Middle Ages, when the Catalan counts were controlling the Mediterranean sea and Barcelona was the capital of an empire.

During this part of the tour, we will also visit the Jewish Quarter, the Royal palace, the original 2000 year old Roman Temple and part of the Cathedral.

The final part of the tour takes in part of the Born district, where the guide will point out a variety of restaurants and tapas bars suitable for lunch before ending the tour in the magnificent Santa Maria del Mar church - one of the most beautiful in Barcelona.

The guide will be more than happy to make some recommendations for lunch or dinner in the area, or for further sightseeing or shopping trips.



  • Duration : 5 Hours (approx.)
From EUR €95.00

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