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Thumbnail Picnic in the vineyards of Alt Empordá at Terra Remota
Sant Climent Sescebes, Girona (Empordà)
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 25
From €26.00
“Come and enjoy a relaxed picnic lunch in Terra Remota's picturesque vineyard at the foot of the Albera National Park”
Thumbnail Exclusive Wine Tasting and Picnic at Celler La Vinyeta in Emporda
Masarac, Girona (Empordà)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 25
From €46.50
“Join us for a picturesque experience, discover our wine cellar, taste 5 distinctive wines, and indulge in a delectable picnic lunch.”
Thumbnail Wine and landscape experience at Vinyes dels Aspres celler
La Jonquera, Girona (Empordà)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 10
From €20.00
“Vinyes dels Aspers winery visit with an outstanding 7 wines tasting and a landscape experience”
Thumbnail Winery tour and wine tasting at Terra Remota in the heart of Alt Empordá
Sant Climent Sescebes, Girona (Empordà)
1 Hour 45 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 30
From €22.00
“Winery tour of Terra Remota, located in the heart of Alt Empordá, and tasting of 9 of the winery's most representative wines”
Thumbnail Guided Vineyard Tour & Tasting of 4 wines at Celler Mas Geli in Empordà
Girona (Catalonia, Empordà)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 4, Maximum 30
From €22.00
“Discover Celler Mas Geli in a guided tour of the vineyard followed by a tasting of 4 wines paired with Catalan cheeses and picos”

More information on Empordà

Empordà is a stunning wine destination located in the north-eastern region of Catalonia in Spain. The region is known for its breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and exceptional wineries offering various wine tastings and wine tours. Empordà is located in the province of Girona and is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the east, the Pyrenees mountains to the north, and the plains of the Baix Empordà to the south. The region has a long and fascinating history dating back to ancient times, with evidence of human settlement dating back to the Neolithic period.

Empordà is a region with a rich wine-making tradition that dates back to the ancient Greeks and Romans. Today, Empordà is home to over 50 wineries that produce a wide variety of wines, including white, rosé, red, and sweet wines. The region is known for its unique terroir, which is characterized by its sandy soils, Mediterranean climate, and cooling sea breezes. Visitors to Empordà can enjoy a wide range of wine tourism activities, including guided tours of wineries, wine tastings, and vineyard walks.

Which food to taste in Empordà?

Empordà is known for its delicious and diverse cuisine, which is heavily influenced by both Catalan and Mediterranean flavors. The region is famous for its seafood, with dishes like suquet de peix (fish stew) and fideuà (a seafood noodle dish) being popular among locals and visitors alike. Empordà is also known for its cured meats, cheeses, and olive oils, which can be sampled at local markets and specialty food shops throughout the region.

Which wines to taste in Empordà?

Empordà is home to a variety of grape varietals, including Grenache, Carignan, Mourvèdre, and Syrah for red wines, and Grenache Blanc, Macabeu, and Muscat for white wines. During wine tastings, visitors can also try the region's sweet wines, which are made by wineries using the Grenache and Muscat grapes. The sandy soils and Mediterranean climate of Empordà create a unique terroir that contributes to the flavor and aroma profiles of the region's wines.

Which is the best season to visit Empordà?

The best time to visit Empordà's wineries is during the spring and summer months, from April to September. During this time, the weather is warm and sunny, making it the perfect time to participate in wine tours and outdoor wine tastings. Visitors can also take advantage of the region's stunning beaches and coastal towns during the summer months.

What things to do in Empordà?

Empordà has a wealth of attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy. In addition to wine tastings and wine tours organized by local wineries, visitors can explore the region's historic towns and landmarks, such as the medieval village of Peratallada and the Greek and Roman ruins at Empúries. The region is also home to a number of museums, including the Salvador Dalí Museum in Figueres. The beaches of the Costa Brava are also a must-visit, with stunning stretches of coastline and crystal-clear waters.