Nature and Outdoors

  • Hiking In St. Miquel del Fai
    In St. Miquel del Fai, waterfalls tumbling from rocky cliffs combine with medieval architecture to create a magical mix. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 8 people on this small group hiking tour, ensuring you’ll receive personalized attention from your knowledgeable guide.

    After meeting in Barcelona, you will be driven to the St. Miquel del Fai hiking start point. The hike to St. Miquel del Fai takes you to a beautiful valley with natural cascades and pools. On arriving at this magical spot, a local guide will take you on a tour of St. Miquel.

    The tour takes you to St. Miquel’s lovely 10th-century chapel, the only Romanesque church built under a cliff. Upon arriving at this magical spot, you will be met by the support vehicle guide, who will be waiting with snacks and drinks.

    The tour continues to the St. Miquel and Tosques caves with their amazing stalactite and stalagmite formations. You will then hike back down the mountain, where you will be met once again by the support car to be driven back to Barcelona.

  • Hiking In Montserrat Natural Park
    Hike through the natural park of Montserrat, home of the most emblematic sights of Catalonia. Visit the world famous Montserrat Monastery and Basilica, adding a taste of culture and history to a day of hiking in the great outdoors. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 8 people on this small group hiking tour, ensuring you’ll receive personalized attention from your knowledgeable guide.

    Your day begins by driving to Montserrat, passing through the countryside surrounding Barcelona. Hiking through the natural park of Montserrat you can enjoy the tranquility of the wilderness, away from the crowds of Barcelona city. The hike is suitable for those with a moderate levels of fitness as there are sections of numerous rock stairs and some inclines.

    During your hike your guide will explain about the unique morphology of the mountain, the geography and historical facts of interest. You can also stop at the museum towards the top of the mountain, where the cog-railway from the basilica ends. Upon reaching the highest point on the mountain at St. Jerome 4,055 feet (1,236 meters), there is a beautiful uninterrupted 360 degree view of the park. Your effort will be rewarded with a spectacular view stretching from the coast to the Pyrenees.

    After a snack and drink break, you will continue the journey back down the mountain. There will be a short tour of the famous Montserrat Basilica, before returning to Barcelona. Your guide will try to time your visit to the basilica outside of the peak visiting hours for day trips from Barcelona.

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