Les Garrigues is a small territory with less than 20,000 inhabitants located in west Catalonia, about 150 km far from Barcelona.
It is located in an arid area, not so known for the visitors, which makes it a pearl to be discovered. Its landscapes are impressive, full of olive trees with centuries of history and vineyards of the most delicate wines. All these elements end up in a delicious, mediterranean and healthy gastronomy.
This territory’s history is full of ancient civilization traces that lived in it from 7000 b.C on. It has one of the most important cave paintings in the country, located in “La Roca dels Moros” in El Cogul, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998.
A place where time stops, also where handcrafts, agriculture, and proximity have an important paper.