Montserrat and Cava Trail Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona
Reviewed by: Christopher A, May 2015
A great day out loved both venues visited. Veronica was so nice and relaxed with the small group. Would recommend to anyone!
Reviewed by: Gretchen Cole, United States of America, May 2015
What great fun! Our guide gave us all the right tips and pointers including the option of adding a hike on the mountain. Got to mail a postcard from the oldest post office in Europe. The afternoon at the cava vineyard was a perfect compliment to the day and worth it.
Reviewed by: Sandra P, May 2015
Wonderful day. The guide was really interesting and informative. Montserrat is simply stunning and we were fortunate enoughto hear the boys choir. The winery was great and the wine tasting most enjoyable
Reviewed by: Jennifer A, May 2015
A wonderfull day, a fantastic guide, great group, not too big a group, comfortable size for what we did. Would highly reccomend this tour.
Reviewed by: Louis H, April 2015
Wonderful. Especially enjoyed getting to hear the childrens choir sing.
Reviewed by: Paul R, April 2015
This was wonderful day! Robert was the perfect Guide! Montserrat was just breathtaking, we had plenty of time to explore and see the beautiful vistas from the top of the mountain. On the way back we stopped at Cordinu Winery where we took a tram down under the Mountain, where endless tunnels filled with rows of bottled Cava. After we where treaded to a small cava tasting! The Winery even has a small museum with some old barrels and vintage wine making equipment that was just spectacular. I highly recommend this small tour, what a great time. If you book this tour Make sure you have good footwear the trails are not paved in a lot of spots on Montserrat so it can be a little rocky and dusty in some areas.
Reviewed by: Andrea D, April 2015
Following a very comfortable ride in a mid-size van, we spent the morning in Montserrat. Our guide, Lydia, was very helpful and shared information both as we were driving and once we arrived. She provided us with numerous options for our visit and we were free to choose among these: hiking, visiting the Black Madonna, riding the cable car, shopping the kiosks and shops, dining, and listening to the famous children's choir. She also gave us tips re when to get in line for different events, which items in the shops and kiosks were the best, etc. Her advice was spot-on.
We then drove to a well-known cava vineyard, took a tram ride through both the vineyards and the estate and took a wild tram ride through the underground levels of the vineyard. All of this was followed by a double tasting of the vineyard's cava which was delicious! Our last stop was the large gift shop where lots of cava and wine-related paraphernalia was for sale.