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Discovering Prehistoric Rock Art of the Mediterranean Basin, Prades Mountain Tour

Travel south of Barcelona for a private tour of the remarkable UNESCO prehistoric rock art sites in the stunning pine and oak forests of the Prades Mountains.

Visit the picturesque medieval walled town of Montblanc where you can ramble along the winding cobbled streets, and discover the delights of Catalonia's medieval heritage.

Experience the tranquil, stunning countryside of Catalonia “away from the madding crowd”.

Immerse yourself in the charms of this Mediterranean region’s culture and heritage in an expert-led tour.

Have a traditional Catalan lunch in a local restaurant or have a gourmet Catalan picnic.
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Gourmet picnic Barcelona and Catalonia

One of the many joys of life in Catalonia is packing up a picnic basket and driving to an idyllic spot to lunch in the countryside. Blessed with a Mediterranean climate, and positioned in the northeast of the Iberian peninsula, visitors and locals alike are able to picnic all year round in most parts of Catalonia.

For our suggested itineraries for the archaeology tours of Barcelona and Catalonia, the full day tours can include lunch in selected restaurants, or an option for a specially prepared, gourmet Catalan picnic.

For the picnics, we prepare and provide typical, fresh, and delicious local delicacies, selected by us from our local market and shops.
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Exploring Medieval Castles – Montsoriu Castle and Montseny Archaeology Tour

Travel into the beautiful Montseny Natural Park for a private tour of the archaeology of the medieval Montsoriu Castle on a high hilltop, with breathtaking views of Catalonia, the Pyrenees, and the Mediterranean.

Visit the charming Ethnological Museum Montseny in Arbúcies, to see the archaeology and history of Montsoriu Castle and the Montseny region.

Experience the tranquil, stunning countryside of Catalonia “away from the madding crowd”.

Immerse yourself in the charms of this Mediterranean region’s culture and heritage in an expert-led tour.

Have a traditional Catalan lunch in a local restaurant or have a gourmet Catalan picnic.
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200,000 Years In 1 Day – Meeting the Neanderthals and Ancient Humans Tour

Travel north of Barcelona for a private tour of the excavations of the Serinyà cave system with hominin (early human) settlement dating back over 200,000 years, along with Neanderthal and modern human occupation from the Palaeolithic.

Visit some stunning medieval villages of rural Catalonia where you will discover the archaeology and history of Catalonia's Iron Age, Roman period, and medieval period .

Experience the tranquil, stunning countryside of Catalonia “away from the madding crowd”.

Immerse yourself in the charms of this Mediterranean region’s culture and heritage in an expert-led tour.

Have a traditional Catalan lunch in a local restaurant or have a gourmet Catalan picnic.
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Exploring Catalan Villages from the Stone Age to Medieval Times Archaeology Tour

In a private tour, explore the reconstructed Neolithic prehistoric village on the shore of idyllic Lake Banyoles, about 75 minutes drive north of Barcelona.

Visit the stunning and beautifully preserved medieval village of Besalú in the foothills of the Pyrenees Mountains.

Experience the tranquil, stunning countryside of Catalonia “away from the madding crowd”.

Immerse yourself in the charms of this Mediterranean region’s culture and heritage in an expert-led tour.

Have a traditional Catalan lunch in a local restaurant or have a gourmet Catalan picnic.
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The Archaeology of Wine – From Prehistory to Present, Penedès Tour

Travel into the scenic Penedès wine region for a private archaeological tour of the remains of a prehistoric village with the oldest wine cultivation in Catalonia from 2,700 years ago.

Visit a historic Penedès winery for a private tour and wine tasting, where you'll learn more about the iconic Penedès wine region's history and present.

Experience the tranquil, stunning countryside of Catalonia “away from the madding crowd”.

Immerse yourself in the charms of this Mediterranean region’s culture and heritage in an expert-led tour.

Have a traditional Catalan lunch in a local restaurant or have a gourmet Catalan picnic.
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Private archaeology tours of Barcelona and Catalonia

Nestled on the western Mediterranean coast, Catalonia has a spectacular array of prehistoric, historic, and modern landscapes, from coastal plains to mountain peaks, lush orchards to picturesque vineyards.

Barcelona and Catalonia offer an outstanding range of archaeology and heritage sites and monuments to visit and explore, such as the caves where Neanderthals lived tens of thousands of years ago, the mysterious Stone Age dolmens in the Catalan hills, the UNESCO prehistoric rock art sites, the plethora of Roman ruins, and the majestic medieval castles, churches, and villages dotted throughout the landscape.

Are you ready to start exploring?
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Gourmet picnic Barcelona and Catalonia

One of the many joys of life in Catalonia is packing up a picnic basket and driving to an idyllic spot to lunch in the countryside. Blessed with a Mediterranean climate, and positioned in the northeast of the Iberian peninsula, visitors and locals alike are able to picnic all year round in most parts of Catalonia.

For our suggested itineraries for the archaeology tours of Barcelona and Catalonia, the full day tours can include lunch in selected restaurants, or an option for a specially prepared, gourmet Catalan picnic.

For the picnics, we prepare and provide typical, fresh, and delicious local delicacies, selected by us from our local market and shops.
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Potters, Past and Present – the Archaeology of Catalan Ceramics and Artisans Tour

Travel into the picturesque Penedès wine region for a private tour of the excavations of a hilltop village dating to the Iron Age, Roman period, and Medieval period.

Visit a contemporary ceramicist's studio overlooking vineyards for a meet and greet with the potter and a visit of his ancient Catalan farmhouse and studio.

Experience the tranquil, stunning countryside of Catalonia “away from the madding crowd”.

Immerse yourself in the charms of this Mediterranean region’s culture and heritage in an expert-led tour.

Have a traditional Catalan lunch in a local restaurant or have a gourmet Catalan picnic.
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