The Catalan Greenways by MTB: family cyclotourism!

Although here in Spain we call “vía verde” –Spanish for greenway– any easy, cyclable trail running through natural spaces, the term is quite more specific. Actually, “Vía Verde” is a registered trademark by the Spanish Railway Foundation (FEE), and its use is legally limited to itineraries which take advantage of old train layouts. Thus, strictly […]

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Catalan culture: Romanesque heritage in Berguedà

Regardless of the debate on whether there is a “Catalan Romanesque” which is different of the Romanesque in the rest of Europe or not –and I’ll stay out this because I lack the knowledge–, it’s clear that Romanesque art is a very important element in Catalan culture nowadays. Whether the Romanesque in Catalunya has a […]

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Visita to the Gramona winery: Vineyards of Penedès

The Penedès region is a synonym for wine. It’s a land of vineyards and wineries, of Cava and Corpinnat, of still wines and sparkling wines. It’s a land of traditional viticulture and of rooted, pruned, and harvested history. It’s a fruitful land, longly fermented and carefully bottled to dress up our tables. The Penedès is […]

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Among vineyards and e-bikes in Alt Berguedà

If you like amazing landscapes, viticulture and enotourism, and riding bikes, Pedratour has your ideal activity! We combine vineyards and e-bikes into a very complete activity that will delight everyone. Because it has everything: an e-bike route adapted to the group’s level, a visit to a high-altitude vineyard in recovery, a cheese and organic wine […]

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Picasso Way in a group and with a guide: on the artist’s footsteps

Did you know that Pablo Picasso spent almost three months in Gósol, in Berguedà, between May and August 1906? Experts agree that this stay in Gósol brought about an inflection point in his artistic development, and that it would be in this little village, hidden in the Catalan Pyrenees, where the artist would take his […]

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