Sant Sadurní d'Anoia
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Alt Penedès: Penedès Classic Group Bike Wine Tour

1. Alt Penedès: Penedès Classic Group Bike Wine Tour

Meet in Lavern-Subirats, easily accessible from Barcelona by train. The Penedés wine bike tour offers you a splendid day of cycling through the vineyards, including of course a visit to one ecologic traditional winery. Enjoy the magnificent scenery of one of the best wine regions of Spain not far from the Mediterranean Sea and Sitges village. Cycle through idyllic vineyards as you learn about the rich culture and history of the region from your expert guide. Cycle among vineyards with your rental bike and English speaking guide. This is a small group tour to ensure a personalized experience (maximum of 12 people). This trip is recommended for both wine connoisseurs and for those simply looking to enjoy the cycling tour through the magnificent scenery of this wine region in addition to drinking wine and cava. Your local guide is a great connoisseur of the Penedès region and belongs to a fourth generation family rooted in the land. Enjoy the magnificent scenery of this wine region and the fascinating world of Wine and Cava in a privileged environment as it is Subirats during the tour.

From Barcelona: Codorniu Winery, Montserrat Full-Day Trip

2. From Barcelona: Codorniu Winery, Montserrat Full-Day Trip

See the best of Catalunya on a full-day group tour of Montserrat and Codorniu Winery. Explore the oldest winery in Spain and listen as your guide shares the secrets to making cava. Meet your tour guide in Barcelona at one of the meeting points. Hop on the bus and leave the city behind you as you head for the Spanish hills. Enjoy the ride towards the Penedes area to visit the iconic Codorniu winery. Enjoy a guided tour of this winery. Discover the underground cellars, walk around, and listen as your guide explains the process of making cava. No trip would be complete without tasting it, so why not treat yourself to a glass to clench your thirst. After visiting the cellars, you’ll head to Montserrat, known as the magic mountain. Join a private tour, admire the rocky mountain range and enjoy the breathtaking views from the monastery. Then, enjoy some free time before returning to Barcelona.  


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What people are saying about Sant Sadurní d'Anoia

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 61 reviews

Carlos at Naturanda Turismo was an amazing driver/tour guide. He took great passion and patience in explaining every point of interest even while driving. He has vast knowledge of Spain’s history and great rapport with small businesses in the little white villages. The restaurants he recommended for lunch (in Grazelama) and coffee (in Ronda) were some of the best we had in Spain. The thrilling drive down below the New Bridge was heart stopping yet absolutely worth it! The olive oil factory visit took us back to the 1700s for sure and to learn how to press olive (right off the tree) in your hands to get oil was genius. It was a long day and finding their office on Rastro was bit of a challenge but totally worth it!

Albert was a fantastic host and this was one of our favourite trips whilst staying in Barcelona. We tried 5 different wines and cycling up and down the scenic hills was great, it was a well planned route. I look forward to trying any other tours they plan