Ferrari Land is a Ferrari-themed amusement park featuring rides, an interactive gallery on the brand, and several restaurants. It's a great family destination, located in Salou on the Costa Dorada – an hour away from Barcelona.
Parc Samà is a 14-hectare botanical garden, Mediterranean orchard, and poetically designed forest that's said to be a slice of heaven on earth. It features a lake with a canal system, suspension bridges, rare trees, a waterfall, and a fountain. There's even a Vegetable Labyrinth! It's located close to Tarragona in Spain.
The Cathedral of Tarragona is a Catholic cathedral located in the city of Tarragona, Spain. This early-Gothic cathedral is a Spanish national monument, known for its exquisite facade and various chapels.
Established in 1870 and now Spain's largest winery, this family-run business knows a thing or two about wine. Located in the Denomination of Origin (DO) of Penedès, near Barcelona, guests can visit the Mas La Plana vineyard where one of the world's most prestigious red wines is produced. Enjoy a tasting selected by the on-site sommelier, and eat at the garden restaurant El Celleret.
As soon as you arrive at the tall gates of Codorníu Winery, you'll get a sense of its heritage and tradition.
Since the 16th century, the family-run Codorníu business has been producing premium wines in Spain. From the late 20th century onwards, it became known for one of the world's best loved sparkling tipples: cava.
Through a guided tour of the winery, you'll learn the history of winemaking in the area, some of the secrets to cava's subtle flavors, and, of course, enjoy a tasting of their finest wares with an expert.