Alella is a small charming village located in the comarca of Maresme, between the Mediterranean Sea and the coastal mountain, just 15km away from Barcelona. The coastal town combines a thousand-year tradition of winemaking with architectural highlights from the ancient, Romanesque, Baroque and Modernist periods.
This wonderful tour will provide knowledgement about Catalan history, culture, gastronomy and it is perfect to be close to local people.
The first activity will be done in a typical farmhouse of the 14th century, surrounded by vineyards. Is a small, family-run winery that offers a small production of wines made from mostly local grapes grown over thirteen hectares of land. You will visit the cellar and the vineyards. Finally you will taste four organic and high quality wines.
After that we will do a Modernist Walking Tour. It is much more than a series of photo opportunities (although don’t forget your camera!). Dig deep into the roots of the movement and explore the social, political and cultural issues. The result is a memorable one of the most important art of the world and a tribute to some of its most talented artists.
During this walking tour we ‘ll make a stop at the local market of Alella, which opened its doors in X, you will learn about locally grown products, get to know some of the vendors who have been there for years. This casual stop is for you to savour typical gastronomic heritage from a local perspective.
Vermouth is more than a simple drink, it is a beautiful tradition. Enjoy a typical Spanish vermouth and tapas in a truly authentic Catalan Tavern, which opened its doors 29 years ago. Discover the tavern that has become reference as a traditional place to take vermouth in the middle of this special village.
Live and authentic experience of the 19th century in Alella, near Barcelona.
Minimum of people: 2
Duration: 6.0 Hours
Languages: ES, CA, EN