Barcelona & Southern Catalonia:      Hiking that absorbs all senses


  •   Easy to demanding hikes with cultural highlights
  •   Accommodation in selected hotels and hospederías
  •   The Ebro Delta: Flamingos in Northern Spain's largest rice cultivation area
  •   On the Cistercian route to the convent of Poblet (UNESCO world heritage site)
  •   Sierra de Montsant,  a mountain range full of surprises
  •   Tarragona: A Catalan city from Roman times
  •   Visit to the "Cathedral of Cava" and bodegas of the Priorat county
  •   The Carthusian monastery of Santa Maria d'Escaladei and the cultural metropole of Barcelona

Requirements, Dates of travel and Prices:

Tour: 12 days

Dates of travel:  on request

Group size: 6 - 12 participants

 Price: 1.920,00 € from and to Barcelona Airport

 Single room supplement: 280,00 €

Requirements for both easy and demanding

 hikes: Sure-footedness

Short Description

Hiking, wine and world heritage sites: This trip through Southern Catalonia packs a punch and perfectly complements our journey through Northern Catalonia.  Arrival and departure are from Barcelona.  Our emphasis is on easy to demanding hikes through limestone mountains with cultural highlights.


Sierra de Montsant is a mountain range full of surprises and we'll hike on the Cistercian route to the convent of Poblet, a UNESCO world heritage site. Discover Tarragona with us, the coastal town dating from Roman times, the Ebro Delta with its flamingos and migratory birds right in the middle of one of the largest rice cultivation areas in Spain. 


Additionally, a visit to the "Cathedral of Cava" in the Modernism style and a renowned bodega in the Priorat county.  Secluded mountain villages and the Carthusian monastery of Santa Maria d'Escaladei.