Day trip to Montserrat and lunch in the port of Sitges
The best option if you want to see a little bit more than Barcelona.
This amazing mountain structure where the Benedictine monks built a monastery dedicated to the Black Madonna of Montserrat is worth your while. Amazing views of the surrounding landscape and a spiritual aura surrounds the abbey.
We will also stop at the local market and try some local products like cheese "mato" and three types of local liquor.
I will do my best to persuade you in an adventurous hike of 30 minutes, at the Cross of Saint Michael, where we can enjoy some breathtaking views.
We will have lunch in Sitges, a city by the sea, in the best restaurant in the port, trying local cuisine.
Meeting at the agreed location
45 minutes drive to Montserrat
Visiting the Monastery and discovering it's history
30 minutes hike for the perfect view (optional)
Gift shop and liquor tasting
One hour drive to Sitges
Lunch in the port of Sitges - the Best Paella in town
30 minutes drive to Barcelona
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: The tour can start at your hotel, near the cruise port (where the shuttles drop you off - Placa Colon), airport or any other place you choose inside Barcelona
End location: The end of your tour will be at your hotel or any other place you choose inside Barcelona
Duration: 8 hours
BMW X1 with AC from 2016
Private tour guide
Traveling expenses (road tax, gasoline)
Tasting of four local liquors
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 euros - Lunch
I am a local tour guide, but cannot give explanations inside Sagrada Familia; I do explain it from the outside, where most of the information is. I can recommend where to buy tickets with NO WAITING LINES, or I can customise a tour with tickets included.
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Our family spent three days with Florenta in Barcelona. The final day was this wonderful trip to Monserrat and a village beside the Mediterranean for lunch. It was a great day. We have had many great Tours By Locals guides all over the world, but none better than Florenta.