Catalunya, in North-East Spain, is a land of wines and cava with more than eleven DOs for still wine and 2 DOs for cava (sparkling wines). This Spanish region has been producing wines for dozens of centuries, developing its own grape varieties and benefiting from foreign varieties that found an ideal climate and ground for development here.
Along centuries, Catalunya has accumulated a vast culture around wine: production methods, trying new lands (some next to the sea), different approaches to aging, unique varieties, and different ways to enjoy the consumption of wine.
And beyond the wine culture, Catalunya has become a place passionate about exquisite gastronomy: it is home to some of the most celebrated chefs in the world, with names such as Ferran Adrià, Joan Roca or Carme Ruscalleda.
Its passion for gastronomy and its ancient culture have converted Catalunya into an innovative region, where wine and gastronomy evolve together and offer unique world experiences that gourmets and wine experts enjoy every year.
This richness, combined with a diverse landscape, a never-ending list of possibilities to live experiences other than the wine or cava tour and gastronomy (sea water activities, rush river flows, skiing, sky diving, discovering the Romanesque in the Pyrenees, the Modernism architecture in Barcelona, and so on) and sophisticated, high-level accommodation, make Catalunya a singular place to visit and to make unforgettable memories.