This great Mediterranean capital is an all-encompassing city thanks to its cultural importance, booming business and tourism activity. Its long and rich history is reflected in its architecture, starting with ancient Roman remains right, the way through to Norman Foster and Frank Ghery via the Gothic quarter and Gaudi’s modernist jewels, which were declared World Heritage sites by UNESCO.

Its museums include the Picasso, Joan Miró, the MNAC and Casa Milá, with one of the most visited being the FC Barcelona museum. But the city’s major appeal lies in wandering ts streets, especially the axis formed by the Port Vell harbour, La Rambla, Plaza Catalunya and Passeig de Gracia. There you will find everything from tiny handcraft shops and tapas bars to the finest boutiques in the world and the most glamorous restaurants interspersed with ascinating landmarks such as Plaza Real, the Liceu Opera House, the Gothic Quarter or or the Boqueria market.

Distance from Mas de Torrent: 115 km (1h 15 min.).