Fun at the countryside


There’s always something intersting and fun to see around Casa Mallarenga. Whether it’s the mountains or a beach, the sea or just plain activities that will make your day.


Monasterio de Montserrat

The sanctuary of the Virgin Mary of Montserrat, has its historical origins in the hermitage of Santa Maria, which Count Guifré el Pelós gave to the Monastery of Ripoll in the year 888.
In 1025, Oliba, Abbot of Ripoll and Bishop of Vic, founded a new monastery at the hermitage of Santa Maria de Montserrat. The little monastery soon began to receive pilgrims and visitors who contributed to the spread of stories of miracles and wonders performed by the Virgin.

Enjoy the architecture

Colonia Guell

The path through the industrial Colonia captivates tourists because of its charm and the tranquility this vestige of the Modernist era inspires through the palpable 19th century atmosphere kept alive between its streets and buildings. Currently, an important piece of historic and artistic heritage remains in the Colonia Güell.

Enjoy the cava

Art Cava

What?  You haven´t heard of Artcava?  Ok, so we may not be the most well known winery in the world, nor did we hire an internationally famous architect to design a mind-boggling modernist building.  Our cava has never won prizes and most people have never even heard of us.  We like to say we are the best kept secret in the Penedès region.  So you are probably wondering what Artcava is.  We are a small, charming winery located in one of the most important wine regions in Europe, The Penedès ( a mere 40 minutes from Barcelona).  We make a modest 15,000 bottles of quality artisan cava a year with our own hands, adding nothing, no chemicals, no funny business, only love.

Enjoy the wine

Pares Balta

Parés Baltà is a family owned traditional winery that goes back to 1790. We are winemakers with a long tradition but with new and fresh ideas. The company is guided into a new era of high quality wine production under the management of Joan and Josep Cusiné and the inconditional help of their father Joan Cusiné Cusiné.
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