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Experience an unforgettable adventure in Spain’s spectacular Catalonia region. Discover the amazing wine, cuisine, and culture that make this corner of northeastern Spain so distinctive. During our week together, we’ll visit prestigious winemakers and wine experts, taste the region’s unique flavors, and experience the best of the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona.


the ancient and modern traditions of Spanish winemaking with exclusive access to the region’s best wineries


charming villages, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and two of Catalonia’s most famous wine regions, Penedès and Priorat


the energetic city of Barcelona and its ancient cathedrals, impressive art, and the iconic architecture of Antoni Gaudí

Day 1

La Selva del Camp

Land at the Barcelona–El Prat Airport, and meet your friendly travel director in the arrivals hall. Take a private transfer to our boutique property in the Priorat countryside, about a 45-minute drive from Barcelona.

Unwind at the property and discover your surroundings. Join together this evening for an aperitif and trip overview. Later, we’ll sit down for a warm welcome to Catalonia with a traditional dinner served with Priorat wines.


Overnight at Hotel Monument Mas Passamaner

Day 2

Priorat & Tarragona

Spend the day discovering the wines of Priorat — home to the most renowned Catalan reds. We’ll first stop at a family-run winery and one of the pioneers of the Priorat winemaking renaissance. Taste outstanding wines with the enologist and owner while enjoying impressive views. Next, we’ll head to Celler el Lloar from Bodegas Torres. Here, we’ll see state-of-the-art winemaking at a stunning property that sits upon 26 hectares of terraced vineyards. Enjoy an exclusive wine tasting and picnic featuring local products.

Later in the day, we’ll travel to the seaside city of Tarragona. Take a guided walking tour with a local expert and learn about the city’s history, culture, and traditions. Tarragona is home to the second most important Roman site in Spain — a UNESCO World Heritage Site complex of Roman ruins and a colosseum. After, enjoy a refined dinner in Tarragona.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Overnight at Hotel Monument Mas Passamaner

Day 3

Delta de l’Ebre

Today, head South to visit one of the most unexplored areas in Catalonia, the Delta de l’Ebre — an unspoiled territory of wetlands famous for its rice and shellfish. This off-the-beaten-path excursion begins with a visit to a mussel and oyster farm. We’ll go out on boats to taste the essence of the Mediterranean straight from the water. After, we’ll learn about the tradition of rice farming at a private cottage where we’ll enjoy an exclusive al fresco lunch paired with wines of a renowned producer from Terra Alta.

Back at the property in Priorat, the evening is at your leisure. Enjoy a stroll around the property or take advantage of the services offered at the hotel. Dinner is on your own tonight.

Breakfast, lunch

Overnight at Hotel Monument Mas Passamaner

Day 4

Penedès & Barcelona

Rise early and depart for Barcelona. En route, we’ll stop in the Penedès wine appellation, known for its wide range of grape varietals and wine styles including sparkling Cava— a quiet contender to French Champagne. Visit a wine estate for a tour and tasting and learn about the long tradition of winemaking in the region dating back to the Romans.

Sit down for a wine-paired lunch before continuing on to Barcelona where we'll arrive late this afternoon and check into our hotel. Enjoy some downtime before a flavorful evening showcasing the exciting tastes indicative of Barcelona gastronomy. We’ll experience both modern and typical tapas dishes at a traditional bodega and modern gastrobar— it’s the perfect introduction to the capital of Catalonia!

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Overnight at Hotel Monument

Day 5


Join local experts for an introduction to Catalan cuisine through its markets. Take a stroll through one of Barcelona’s 39 markets and learn about the seasonal, local products on display. Our discovery of Catalan gastronomy concludes with a unique medieval lunch. We’ll meet a Slow Food chef who takes a personal approach to local recipes from medieval times to the present.

After, explore two masterpieces of Modern Art – the Hospital de Sant Pau and the Temple of the Sagrada Família. The walking tour is led by a local historian and Gaudí specialist. Admire magnificent creations and learn about Catalan Modernism and its most famous practitioner – Antoni Gaudí. Dinner is at your leisure in Barcelona this evening.

Breakfast, lunch

Overnight at Hotel Monument

Day 6

Catalan Countryside

Journey through the Catalan countryside, stopping short of the Pyrenees region. We’ll spend time at a sustainable farm and meet a cheesemaker while enjoying bountiful tastes of local cheese, house-made sausages and charcuterie, olive oil, and wine. The day is made more special with lunch at a family-owned Michelin starred restaurant.

After a full day of traveling, we’re back in Barcelona to unwind for the rest of the evening. Join together for a cava tasting at La Vinoteca Torres before heading out for dinner on your own.

Breakfast, lunch

Overnight at Hotel Monument

Day 7


Enjoy a leisurely morning exploring Barcelona. Take a stroll through the Gothic Quarter with your expert guide or wander on your own. Barcelona is a beautiful, energetic, and lively city that begs to be uncovered. Your travel director is available to recommend a number of activities to your liking. Mid-day we'll gather for a hands-on cooking class, preparing lunch with seasonal ingredients.

Tonight, come together for a festive farewell dinner at a local restaurant.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Overnight at Hotel Monument

Day 8


Take a private transfer from your hotel to the Barcelona–El Prat Airport for flights home. Not ready to leave? Continue your travels to the Costa Brava for an optional four-day extension. Adéu!


Extend your trip

+ 4 days in Costa Brava

Day 8

Heading north from Barcelona we’ll move to the beautiful, sun-filled Costa Brava. We’ll explore the medieval historical villages of the inland Empordà region to the crystalline waters of the Mediterranean. Today, we’ll check into our exclusive hotel, a converted 18th-century Catalan farmhouse. Enjoy the afternoon and evening at your leisure — lunch and dinner are on your own.


Overnight at Mas de Torrent

Day 9

Explore a charming coastal village with a unique culture. Walk along coastal paths overlooking the Mediterranean while discovering the history of this beautiful land. For lunch, enjoy fresh seafood and stunning views of the Iberian ruins and one of the oldest lighthouses on the peninsula. Dinner is on your own.

Breakfast, lunch

Overnight at Mas de Torrent

Day 10

Spend time in Girona, the second largest city in Catalonia. Enjoy a walking guided tour of its magnificent architecture, medieval walls, historic buildings, and important Jewish centers. Later, head to the Teatre-Museu Dalí and discover the works from the king of surrealism. Lunch and dinner are at your leisure.


Overnight at Mas de Torrent

Day 11

Check out this morning and enjoy a private transfer to Barcelona for flights home. Safe travels!



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Activity Level

This trip has been designed to include daily exploratory walks that range from one to three hours. Each day, whether touring a city or winery, guests should be prepared to be on their feet for multiple continuous hours. Guests should feel comfortable strolling along cobbled surfaces, walking up and down stairs, and sauntering down uneven nature paths. Europe tends to have Old World infrastructure (narrow cobblestone streets, lack of elevators, etc.), which can leave some areas inaccessible. Typically, our more invigorating walks are included as optional activities.  If your mobility is limited in any way, or if you have questions, please contact our Guest Services team at

Note: Group maximum is based on double occupancy. The itinerary is subject to change or substitution at any time. You can learn more at


  • Seven nights accommodations, including all taxes and fees
  • Meals as listed on the itinerary: 7 breakfasts, 6 lunches, and 4 dinners, plus wine pairings with most major meals
  • All private excursions described in the itinerary along with services of local speakers, guides, entrance fees, and transportation
  • Gratuities for travel director, local guides, drivers, porters, and included meals
  • Full guiding services of a dedicated Experi Travel Director
  • Private airport transfers with porterage on the first and last scheduled days of the program

Not Included

  • Pre-and post-trip accommodations and associated expenses
  • Air and land transportation to/from host cities
  • All types of personal insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • Additional alcoholic beverages beyond what has been arranged by Experi to pair with the included major meals

Program Rates*

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Suite: $TBD

Single Occupancy: $TBD

Extension Rates*

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Single Occupancy: $TBD

*Rates are per person, double occupancy in US Dollars.


A $1,000 non-refundable deposit per person reserves your space for this program. Final payments are due no later than 90 days prior to departure. An additional $500 non-refundable deposit per person is required for extension reservations.

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