What to Do

Places of interest

The Priorat has an outstanding historical, cultural and natural heritage.

National monuments like the Carthusian monastery of Escaladei; museums like the mines of Bellmunt or the castle in Falset; mountainous natural areas like the Serra de Montsant nature park and the Serra de Llaberia; historic sites like Siurana and the prehistoric settlements of Calvari and Puig Roig; country chapels dotted around the area, and constructions like the mediaeval bridge in Cabacés are all excellent reasons to do some sightseeing in the Priorat.

Explore the whole of the Priorat and you'll discover a unique area, where the vineyards of the DOQ Priorat and the DO Montsant, the terraces of olive trees and charming little villages blend into the landscape.

Wine and Olive Oil Trails

Discover the Priorat that the world has fallen in love with

The DOQ Priorat Wine Trail and the DO Montsant Wine Trail enable wine lovers to discover the secrets of their excellent, world-renowned wines. The range of wineries to visit in the Priorat area, as well as the variety of experiences they offer, will meet the expectations of both newcomers to the wine world and demanding connoisseurs.

Apart from wine, anybody wanting to get to know a high-quality product like olive oil has a unique chance to do so with the Olive Oil Trail. Ten olive oil mills to visit reveal the process of making the extra virgin oil of the Priorat and all its flavour and aroma, with the seal of the DOP Siurana quality designation.

On foot, by bike and in search of adventure
On foot, by bike and in search of adventure
The paths of the Priorat and the area's natural setting are perfect for fans of outdoor activities. Whether you consider yourself a rambler or a hiker, a road cyclist or a mountain biker, a paraglider or a rock climber, or you want to go canoeing, the Priorat is the place for you!

More ideas,

to get the most out of your visit to the Priorat

The Priorat area offers a whole host of options to get the most out of your visit. Looking for a guided tour to make sure you don't miss a thing? Travelling with children and want to know what you can do with the family? Fancy a wine or olive oil fair? Want to plunge into the popular traditions and festivities of the villages of the Priorat?

Take a look at these ideas.

Landscapes to enjoy without getting out of your car

If you want to discover the villages of the Priorat, its most authentic undiscovered corners and winding roads between terraces of vineyards and olive groves, we've got ideas for routes to help you discover the secrets of the Priorat by car.

> Priorat by car
Wine Landscapes