Ultra-luxury food and wine tour of the Spanish Pyrenees

The majestic Pyrenees (Spanish Pirineos, French Pyrénées, Catalan Pireneus) mountain range extends almost 300 miles along the Spanish and French border, with the tiny principality of Andorra squeezed in the middle. Its highest peak reaches over 11,000 feet, and the range stretches from the Atlantic Ocean’s Bay of Biscay to the Mediterranean Sea. The Pyrenees are called the “flower garden of Europe.” Indeed, the alpine flora is breathtaking, particularly from Spring into Summer. Without a doubt, this is one of the most spectacular beauty spots in Europe, and the mountains here are even older than the Alps. You’ll find glaciers, crystal clear rivers, secluded glens, pine forests with endangered bird species flying overhead, peaceful waterfalls, dreamy meadows, dramatic cliffs, and charming, historic, stone villages. In the foothills of the Spanish Pyrenees, from Aragón to Catalunya, you’ll also discover premium wine estates making excellent wines, including the two regions featured on this luxury wine tour- Somontano and Costers del Segre.

Your adventure begins in the pilgrimage town of Roncevalles in Navarra, where your private, charming chauffeur will meet you and sweep you away on an unforgettable vacation, traveling by luxury Mercedes. Over the course of the next week, you will visit the medieval kingdoms of Navarra, Huesca, and Lleida in the Spanish Pyrenees. Travel through lush woodlands and scenic vineyards, and admire iconic Romanesque architecture and ancient hamlets with tidy, artisan farms. Stretch your legs on gentle hikes with local mountain guides through beautiful paths- this is a walker’s paradise! There are over 20 species of wild orchids, yellow lilies, purple iris, and violet alpine snowbells, to name a few of the wildflowers you can see on the walks.

Taste a range of fascinating and surprising grape varietals like Gewürztraminer, Moristel, Parraleta, Ull de llebre, Trepat, and Garnatxa Tintorera, and a wide selection of award-winning, high altitude wines. Enjoy a mix of Haute- gourmet cuisine in stylish, high-end eateries, and contrast with delicious, traditional cuisine in cozy, stone taverns with flowery terraces. At the end of each special day, stay in enchanting, carefully selected accommodations- a luxe mountain lodge with views to die for; a gorgeous, splendidly renovated, eleventh-century Catalan country house; and an opulent 5* Art Nouveau palace, set in the verdant countryside of the Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park.

This private, luxury, gourmet tour in the Spanish Pyrenees mountains is the experience of a lifetime for wine and nature lovers!

Pyrenees Food & Wine Tour Highlights:

  • Exclusive, Private Winery Tours and Premium Tastings of Top Range
  • Private Guided Hikes with Local Mountain Guides in Nature Parks
  • Visit Historic Villages & Hamlets of Alquézar, Ansó, Aínsa, Boi
  • Suites in Luxurious Mountain Hotels- Romantic Lodge, Ancient Country House, and Palace
  • Professional, friendly English speaking Chauffeur & Mercedes

Below is a suggested Itinerary for your private Pyrenees Food & Wine Tour

  1. Roncevalles - Ochagavia - Hecho - Ansó - Lárrede

    Dreamy Ochagavia, Gourmet Lunch in Mountain Hamlet, Postcard Ansó

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    • 4* Luxury Mountain Lodge
    • Gourmet Lunch with wines
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    Your private, charming chauffeur will meet you this morning in beautiful Roncevalles, where you will have arrived on your own the day before (we can gladly assist with a pre-tour addition of Roncevalles, the fairy tale Irati Forest, and Biarritz or Bilbao, depending on where you fly into). You’ll have a short, scenic drive- under an hour- through the beautiful portion of the Pyrenees Mountains that belong to Navarra. This unspoiled area is dotted with postcard-worthy, cobblestoned villages, medieval bridges, ancient chapels and churches on the “Camino de Santiago” (St James way) pilgrimage, babbling brooks, and meandering rivers. Your first stop this morning is in picturesque Ochagavia. This darling hamlet, located in the Salazar Valley, is surrounded by pine forests and high mountain peaks. It is notable for its handsome caserios (historic, Basque farmhouses) and its ancient dance traditions whose origins are lost in the mists of time. You’ll have free time to explore Ochagavia’s pretty, narrow streets and lookout points on your own with your driver guide’s assistance- plenty of photo ops here! A gourmet lunch will come next, in the neighboring province of Huesca, in the Aragonese Pyrenees.

    Restaurante Canteré is a gem of a “Bib Gourmand” in the mountain village of Hecho. Prepare to be blown away by this surprisingly super stylish find, serving effortlessly elegant cuisine in a rustic-chic setting. We’ll organize a chef’s tasting menu for you on their leafy terrace, paired with top Pyrenees wines.

    After lunch, enjoy a little digestive stroll around the hamlet if you like, and then carry on towards your luxury, mountain inn, making one last stop in wonderful Ansó. Consistently included in the “most beautiful villages of Spain” compilations, this little stone village really does live up to its reputation and has been declared Historic-Artistic Heritage. Admire the cobbled streets, lined with handsome, historic, timber, and stone houses brimming with geraniums. Pop into the 16th-century Gothic parochial church to see the exuberant, Baroque altarpiece, and why not sit down for a wine cocktail in a shady square? After some free time for a wander, your driver will take you to your utterly romantic hideaway hotel. This luxury Swiss chalet-style lodge is snuggled into the mountains and offers excellent views from nearly every angle. Settle into your suite, with its relaxing, sweeping vistas and large, private, grassy terrace. The evening is free to dine on-site at the lodge’s gourmet restaurant or in your private garden. Welcome to the Spanish Pyrenees!

  2. Lárrede - Torla - Ordesa - Aínsa - Lárrede

    Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park

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    Medieval Aínsa
    • 4* Luxury Mountain Lodge
    • Full Breakfast, Gourmet wine picnic
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    If there is one location you absolutely cannot miss in the Pyrenees, it is Ordesa! Today is all about nature, soothing landscapes, and intense rural beauty. After a satisfying breakfast of homemade bread, select artisan cheese, country ham, and other goodies on the outdoor terrace overlooking the mountain peaks (or in your private garden), your driver will collect you and take you on a picturesque drive northeast towards the pretty mountain village of Torla. Meet your local mountain guide and enjoy a walk around this quaint pueblo, with its slate roofs and idyllic church. Your guide and driver will take you on a part walking, part scenic driving tour of some of the most spectacular spots in Ordesa today. You control the amount and level of walking you’d like to do, as this is private and customized to your interest and degree of fitness. The Ordesa Valley biosphere has been declared a protected UNESCO world heritage site thanks to the extraordinary, unique, and rare flora and fauna; and fragile ecosystems. You may very likely see the endangered “quebrantahuesos” (bearded vulture) flying overhead today, as they have been repopulated in this valley. We highly recommend a hike with your guide to the famous “Cola de Caballo” waterfall, and your driver will take you up to farther-flung lookout points for multiple photo ops. Lunch then is a super treat- a gourmet wine picnic, set up for you in a bucolic location beside a peaceful river. This is one of those travel moments that you will remember forever!

    In the late afternoon, unless you would like another hike, which we can gladly organize with your mountain guide, take in a sightseeing tour of this beautiful region, stopping for visits to picturesque villages. The first stop is Broto, an adorable little mountain hamlet in a charming, riverside location. You can grab a coffee, photograph the delightful Romanesque bridge and visit the quirky “carcel” (the 16th-century jail used until the 20th century, now a small, fascinating museum). On to Aínsa next (skipping the new town) and see its medieval, walled village- possibly the most impressive in the Pyrenees and declared a Historic-Artistic site. Aínsa was the capital of the Kingdom of Sobrarbe, which in the 11th century became part of the Kingdom of Aragon. It feels like it is straight out of a movie set with its cobblestoned streets dating to the middle ages, a fortress citadel, and slender, ancient houses tightly packed on top of each other. The dramatic backdrop of the steep mountains makes the setting perfect. You’ll have free time to wander, do some shopping, take photos of the castle and graceful, arcaded Plaza Mayor. Then it’s a scenic one hour drive back to your luxury lodge. The evening is yours to relax in your private garden with a glass of wine, perhaps book a massage or hydrotherapy treatment in your hotel’s spa, and enjoy a restful night’s sleep.

  3. Lárrede - Barbastro - Alquézar - Salas Bajas - Renanué

    Somontano Wine Tour & Medieval Alquézar

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    Enate Cellars
    • Romantic Suite in Historic Mountain Inn
    • Full Breakfast, Traditional tasting menu lunch with wine pairings
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    Today is action-packed with terrific wines and a visit to one of the most beautiful villages in Spain. After a tasty breakfast on the terrace with mountain views, check out and hit the road for the Somontano wine country. Relatively unknown abroad a mere 30 years ago, Somontano is now considered to be one of the finest wine regions in Spain. Thanks to innovative cellars, massive investment, and modern ideas unconstrained by the same restrictions other Spanish wine regions like Rioja and Ribera del Duero had at the time, Somontano was able to experiment with grape varietals and terroir with a greater level of freedom. The result was the region being “fast-forwarded” in the quality arena, and some fun, unusual wines being launched along the way. Your first visit is at the most “bijou” winery in the region- Blecua. Owned by the prestigious Viñas del Vero wine estate, this is the jewel in their crown where their best and most emblematic wines are produced. Set in a regal, Italianate villa, this winery is pretty as a picture! Visit the vineyards, and the atmospheric arched barrel cellar lit up with candelabras. Conclude naturally with a tasting of their best wines, top range. Then, switch gears and travel north to one of the most incredible, medieval villages in the country- Alquézar

    Spend a lazy hour exploring the labyrinth of winding, cobblestoned streets of this unique, golden-hued hamlet which looks like it was built into the rock itself. This is a highlight of the trip in terms of architecture! If you wanted to get in a more energetic walk before lunch, we can organize a walk along the Pasarelas del Vero. This looped walk goes alongside the village into the canyon beside the Vero river, taking in some views of waterfalls and the imposing limestone outcrop. Lunch then is on the beautiful, stone terrace at Casa Pardina, the best, traditional restaurant in town. You’ll have the best table, with dramatic views over the Colegiata de Santa María la Mayor. Begin with a taste of local olive oil Ferrer, Radiquero goat’s cheese with homemade jam, and “migas con chorizo y uvas” (“breadcrumbs,” fried with chorizo sausage and grapes- a local dish dating back to medieval times). Then you might try the piquillo peppers stuffed with boletus, and a wild mushroom sauce; roast, baby lamb chops (or if you are adventurous, try the wild boar); and finish with homemade lime and basil sorbet. ¡Qué rico! After lunch, you’ll visit one last winery today, the world-famous Enate estate, whose motto is “where art and wine become one.” This winery is a complete contrast to Blecua. It’s grandiose, with a large art gallery and spectacular barrel cellar. They make a very extensive range of wines, and you will try a selection of top tier wines such as their iconic, spicy Gewürztraminer (unique in Spain); their luscious, barrel-fermented Chardonnay; their Reserva Especial and Uno Tinto (award-winning wines both made with a Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot blend).

    In the early evening, your driver will bring you to your “adults only,” super romantic inn, located beside a pine forest and utterly peaceful. There is a zen garden with sun loungers and 360· green views. Your suite is huge with its own private entrance and three floors of private space- a demure bedroom with wooden beams, a spa-style bathroom with hydromassage jacuzzi, and a living room with a cozy fireplace.

  4. Renanué - Espot- Estany of Saint Maurici - Vielha - Arties - Renanué

    Aigüestortes i Estany of Saint Maurici National Park, Spa in Vielha

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    • Romantic Suite in Historic Mountain Inn
    • Full Breakfast, Catalan Wine Brunch, Gastronomic Dinner with wines
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    After a terrific breakfast, your driver will collect you. Bring a change of clothes for later on this evening, and dress for a hike. Today you feel like you are visiting one of the kingdoms in “Lord of the Rings”! You’ll be visiting the captivating Aigüestortes i Estany of Saint Maurici National Park in the Catalan Pirineu, possibly the most beautiful of Spain’s protected, wild landscapes. Unspoiled, alpine meadows are shadowed by the “Els Encantats” (“enchanted”) peaks, and there are over 200 mountain lakes in the park! After an early country breakfast, your driver will collect you, and you’ll enjoy a very scenic two-hour drive to the east end of the park. Meet your certified, friendly, and knowledgeable mountain guide, and commence a morning’s walk to remember. Again, you will have a driver (4X4 today) and expert guide at your disposal to custom design the day for you with part walking and some driving to get you to panoramic look points and make the best of the time you have available. We suggest the easy, very picturesque 7 km circular walk from Sant Maurici Lake to Ratera Lake. Admire sparkling turquoise lakes, playful waterfalls, pine and fir forests, pointy, jagged granite, and slate mountain tops. Your guide will bring a Catalan wine brunch to enjoy in the late morning/early afternoon, with cured meats, salads, local cheese, fresh bread, and a sweet surprise. You’ll find a comfortable lakeside spot together, stretch out, take in the views, and enjoy the picnic. Make a pre brunch toast with Cava, and savor your meal with a dry, zippy white and robust red. After the picnic, enjoy another mountain walk (or sightseeing drive) with your guide- the incline and length based on your preference, fitness level, and the weather. Everything is customized to you, and adaptable on the day.

    You’ll start working your way back to your mountain inn in the late afternoon, stopping halfway in Vielha near the ski resort of Baqueira- Beret, in the Val d’ Aran. We have the perfect way to spend your early evening before dinner- in a luxury spa, Nuku. You will have a few free hours to soak your “trekked out” limbs, hit the sauna and flotarium, and to deeply relax, freshen up and change. Dinner then is at our fave gastronomic restaurant in the area, in Arties at Lits. This is the most stylish eatery in the area, offering playful, gastronomic cuisine in a chic dining room with an open kitchen. You will taste a chef’s tasting menu with high-end wine pairings. After a fabulous wine-soaked dinner, your driver will take you back safely to your romantic inn.

  5. Renanué - Taüll - La Pobleta de Bellveí - Talarn- Lladurs

    Val de Boí, Catalan Brasserie, Super Premium Pyrenees Wine

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    Castell d'Encus
    • Luxury Relais & Chateaux Catalan Masia
    • Full Breakfast
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    This morning you will visit the magical, Early Romanesque UNESCO world heritage churches of the sublime Val de Boí. The first stop is Taüll, a small village home to the two most spectacular churches in the valley. With your friendly, specialized art guide, admire the architectural perfection and amazingly well-preserved gems of this unique and precious region. These temples were built in the 11th and 12th centuries, following the Lombard Romanesque examples in Northern Italy. Apart from being masterpieces on their own, the interiors are also incredibly intricate and well preserved, the most extraordinary being Sant Climent de Taüll with its ethereal Pantocrator frescoes. You will visit 4 or 5 churches (there are 8 in total) and a hermitage with your guide. This is a “must,” and you will be glad you saw these beautiful locations. Then head to La Pobleta de Bellveí in the Vall Fosca, a hub for cyclists, and sit down for a country lunch on the way to your fine wine estate later on this afternoon. Lunch is at the very charming, rustic L’Era del Marxant, in a country house dating back to 1830. Start with the Fideuá of wild mushrooms and veggies (traditional Catalan noodle dish) and continue with simple, moist, roast chicken cooked right on their outdoor stone barbecue, served with homemade Ali-oli.

    Spend a few minutes after lunch to have a quick walk as there are some quaint corners and lovely views. Then, you will be visiting the most elite cellar in the Pyrenees- Castell d’Encus. The setting is spectacular in the 12th-century Romanesque settlement with incredible mountain and lake views! Their high altitude, super-premium wines are made with surprising amount grape varietals like Semillon, Riesling, Albarinyo (Albariño), and Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, among others. You will spend a glorious afternoon here on a private tour, visiting the extensive grounds and seeing their 12th century stone fermentation vats chiseled into the rockface, touring the cutting edge new winery, and sitting down to a professional tasting of 6-10 wines from their exclusive range. At the end of a great day, full of beautiful architecture, charming hamlets, and top wines, you will head to your next hotel. La Vella Farga is a demure, stone country house (called “Masia”) dating back to the 11th century, exquisitely restored and one of Spain’s best small luxury hotels. You’ll love the golden stone walls, dreamy archways, and cozy yet sophisticated decoration- not to mention the huge, beautiful suites with forest views all around. You might never want to leave! The evening is yours to enjoy their refined restaurant on your own, go for a swim, perhaps book a massage (they offer outdoor massages as well in a private area of the forest beside the hotel), etc.

  6. Lladurs - Penelles- Bellvís- L'Albagés- Lladurs

    Costers del Segre Wine Tour & Michelin Starred Lunch

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    Castell del Remei
    • Luxury Relais & Chateaux Catalan Masia
    • Full Breakfast, Michelin starred Tasting Menu with Wine Pairings
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    The vast Costers del Segre wine appellation is scattered across the province of Lleida and is characterized by its innovation and dynamism. While wine has been cultivated here since the Bronze Age, and exceptional wineries like Raimat have been making premium wines since the early 1900’s here, it was not until the 1980s when Costers del Segre made leaps and bounds in quality wines. Local winemakers experimented with a “California winemaking” style and began to grow international grape varietals like Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay alongside native varietals like Ull de llebre (Tempranillo), Garnatxa Negra, Macabeu, Xarel·lo, and Parellada. The region’s “Denominación de Origen” (official appellation) was recognized in 1986 and is now firmly on the map for premium wines in Spain. You have a terrific wine experience this morning at Castell del Remei, the oldest wine estate n Catalunya (since 1780), and the most high profile property within the appellation. It was built following the Bordeaux style of having the Chateau amid the estate-owned vineyards and is an architectural jewel. You’ll enjoy a private, exclusive tour of the impressive grounds and vines before seeing the winery and characterful barrique cellar (with over 1,000 French and American oak barrels). Finish with a tasting of their best red and white wines like Gotim Bru, 1780, and Oda. Castell del Remei make their excellent wines with traditional, local varietals like Grenache, Cariñena, Trepat, Macabeo, and Malvasia and varietals imported from France in the 1800s like Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc.

    After a charming wine experience, you’ll be ready for lunch, and today it’s going to be high end. Head to La Boscana, and a striking Michelin starred restaurant located in lush parkland, complete with an idyllic lake and ducks. The cuisine is innovative, daring, and fun, and the setting is inspiring with floor to ceiling glass windows all around with views of the greenery. Sit down to a tasting menu with wine pairings and absorb the calm, zen energy. After lunch, you have one last, delightful wine estate visit before heading back to your luxury retreat. You will be visiting the charming Clos Pons winery, whose noble stone cellars preside over a haven of organic vineyards, olive trees, and almond blossoms. Taste their stylish Sisquella, Alges, Roc Nu, 809, and Roc de Foc wines on a private visit, and we will also send you away with an olive oil gift. In the early evening, relish your remaining time at your splendid, boutique hotel.

  7. Lladurs - Adrall - Arseguel - Bolvir

    Artisan Cheese Tasting, Mountain Lunch, Ultra Luxury Resort

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    Your Palatial Hotel in the Pyrenees
    • 5* Art Nouveau Palace in National park
    • Full Breakfast, Cheese Tasting, Lunch with wines
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    Where there are mountains, there tend to be cheesemakers! And the Pyrenees is home to countless small cheesemakers creating small production, super high-quality cheese. You can’t leave without at least popping into one “Queseria,” called “Formatgeria” in Catalan as this part of the Pyrenees is Catalan speaking. You’ll head slightly northwest to the peaceful hamlet of Adrall in the Alt Urgell, to Formatges Mas d’Eroles. The gourmet artisans here make award-winning raw cow’s and sheep’s milk cheeses, which you will have a chance to taste like Gebrat d’ Obaga (World cheese awards recipient), Carreu, Sant Quiri, Pla del Cim, and Abadessa d’ Elins. After the tasting, stretch your legs on a short (under one hour), digestive walk to Ermita de Sant Antoni del Tossal to get your appetite revived for lunch and admire the sweeping views.

    After a fun morning of cheese and the gentle walking, a special lunch is in store. In the picturesque, tiny borough of Arseguel, leave the hectic world outside as you settle into lunch at Font del Genil. Gaze over the rugged Sierra del Cadí mountains as you are brought mouthwatering specialties like “mountain style” rice, grilled veggies from their organic orchard, and of course, an artisan cheese platter. This excellent restaurant is located in an 18th century Masia farmhouse, and this makes an unforgettable spot.
    We always save the best for last, and your next hotel for this last leg of the trip is out of this world- a majestic palace designed by Calixto Freixa –one of Antoni Gaudí’s disciples- in 1910. Today it is a luxury, five-star hotel offering a getaway for discerning guests and celebrities alike. The “Palacio Modernista” stands proudly over acres of manicured gardens and forest, offering privacy and a real feeling of paradise in the Pyrenees. The afternoon and evening are yours to enjoy your room, grounds, and facilities to the max.

  8. Bolvir - Bullidor de la Llet - Bagá - La Pobla de Lillet - Bellver de Cerdanya - Llìvia - Bolvir

    Discover La Cerdanya- Waterfalls, Gaudi Gardens and Romanesque Heritage

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    La Cerdanya
    • 5* Art Nouveau Palace in National park
    • Full Breakfast, Casual Lunch with wines
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    The Cerdanya region lies on both sides of the Spanish/French border, and within Spain, it stretches from Lleida to Girona sub-provinces. It encompasses a great selection of natural parks, lakes, mountain paths, and fascinating villages. Today, you will start the last day of this vacation with a short walk, then carry on to medieval villages, and a Gaudi designed gem of a garden and some of the region’s most exciting towns. Head south first to a fun, short walking path (40 min) called the “milk kettle” (Bullidor de la Llet), an impressive waterfall within the Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park. The name refers to the white, foamy, “milky” appearance the water takes during rainy and thawing months as the water forcefully flows through the limestone rocks here. This walk is recommended in Spring and Fall (not Summer as being dry, the waterfall disappears). It’s an easy, circular route, just enough to warm up and get you ready for an active day. There are a wide array of longer treks in this park nearby, so we can organize a walking guide for a longer walk today if you wish. Otherwise, the next stop is the historic village of Bagà. Known for its medieval market and Cathar festival in July, this is a trekking base town and an interesting stop for a stroll, shopping, and pre-lunch aperitif. Built above the Bastareny river, this cute village has ancient stone streets and townhouses and a medieval, arcaded Plaza Mayor. Make a short photo stop to the Santuario de Paller outside town, well worth a quick look. Then, get ready for an unexpectedly weird and whimsical location just a few minutes drive, the Artigas Gardens in La Pobla de Lillet. This is architect Antoni Gaudi’s masterpiece in the Pyrenees, designed in 1906 and fun and unique visit. Walkthrough the dreamlike garden and see his famous stone mosaics, pergolas, fountains, and mysterious creatures and characters.

    Continue then to the pretty village of Bellver de Cerdanya. Lunch awaits you on a beautiful outdoor terrace with mountain views at Ca la Nuria, a casual spot popular with the locals. A hearty lunch will be organized for you with local specialties like Altejó Cheese, Sea bass with Romesco sauce, and Foie “Coca” with caramelized apple- all served with Catalan wines. You’ll have some free time to walk around pretty Bellver after lunch, seeing the Plaza Mayor. On the way to the next town, make a photo stop at the beautiful Romanesque church of Santa Maria de Talló, called the “Cathedral of Cerdany.” Your next destination is Llìvia, a Spanish enclave, quirkily located within France. You have to drive into France to get here, very amusing! It’s a small hamlet worth seeing for its Ancient Roman history (you can still see remnants of the forum) and above all for its pharmacy, the oldest in Europe, dating back to the early 1400s. Today it is a tiny, sweet museum, trapped in time. If you would like to make one last stop on the way back to the hotel, a lakeside walk in Puigcerdà is an excellent way to end the day. The evening is yours tonight to dine on your own, rest, relax, and pack.

  9. Bolvir - Barcelona airport/ Girona airport

    ¡Buen Viaje! Safe journey onwards

    Adios y Buen Viaje
    Adios y Buen Viaje
    • None
    • Full Breakfast
    • Private Chauffeured Mercedes

    Your unforgettable week in the Spanish Pyrenees concludes today, and at your preferred time, your driver will pick you up and transfer you to Barcelona airport, Girona airport, or your next port of call. We hope you had an electrifying adventure on this trip! If you would like to extend this trip to see more, we would heartily recommend the adjacent region of Catalunya (visit Barcelona, Costa Brava, and the wine regions of Penedès and Priorat) or crossing the border into France to visit the Languedoc region, ask us for more info.

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Cellar Tours is a Luxury Travel Specialist, operating since 2003 and offering exclusive Mercedes chauffeured Gourmet Vacations in Chile, France, Italy, Ireland, Portugal, South Africa, and Spain. We specialize in luxurious custom designed vacations, events and incentives related to food and wine. We are proud members of Slow Food, UNAV (Travel Agency Association in Spain), and the IACP (International Association of Culinary Professionals).

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