The town of Sant Sadurní, in the heart of the Alt Penedès region you'll make a journey back in time to the origins and culture of cava.
At the Penedès region, the fertile soil has created some of the best vineyards in Catalonia which produce some of the country’s most widely acclaimed wines and cavas
. We invite you to enjoy the landscape on two wheels, to visit the famous modernista Codorniu winery and taste some of their finest caves.
Caves Codorníu were designed by the modernista architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch (a contemporary of Gaudí's)
and awarded Historic and Artistic Landmark status in 1976.
Codorníu, is the oldest family business in Spain and one of the oldest in the world.What does your booking include?
- Bicycle trail through the vineyards.
- Bicycle hire (you can also hire an electric bike) and English-(on Thursdays), and Spanish-(on Weekends) speaking guide.
- Guided tour of the Codorníu winery (including cava and wine tasting).
: Thursday (except public holidays), Saturday, Sunday and public holidays at 10am.Language
: English (Thursdays) and Spanish (Saturday, Sunday and public holidays).Length
: Between 3 hours and 3 hours 30 minutes.Meeting point
: Caves Codorniu: Av. Jaume de Codorníu, s/n – Sant Sadurní d’Anoia.How to get there
: from the AP-7 or AP-2 motorways, exit 27 - Sant Sadurní d’Anoia (40 km from Barcelona and 30 km from Tarragona).By train
: Renfe suburban rail (Rodalies) line L4 + Taxi. From Barcelona-Sants and Barcelona-Plaça Catalunya stations, trains for Vilafranca del Penedès / Sant Vicenç de Calders, alight at Sant Sadurní d'Anoia station. Sant Sadurní taxis: 938 910 428.By bus
: Hillsabus: Departs at 9am from Barcelona (c. Urgell on the corner of c. Paris - Metro L5 Hospital Clínic station). Departs at 11.50am from Caves Codorníu to Sant Sadurní. Regular service from Sant Sadurní - Barcelona.
- We recommend you hire an e-bike if you prefer an easier cycling experience.
- Small groups (no more than 15 to 20 people) to guarantee a personalised experience.