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Uploaded 18 de Setembro de 2017

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próximo a Tiana, Catalunya (España)

ℹ️ TIANA - ALELLA WINETOURISM WALKING JOURNEY (10,34 KM) 🚶 🍷

Alella is a small wine denomination of origin in the province of Barcelona, close to the Mediterranean sea and the Serralada de la Marina natural park. The area is known for its white wines produced employing xarel·lo and white grenache -local varieties.

This route joins the small village of Tiana with Alella, the main village of the DO, through the Serralada de la Marina natural park. Along the way, there are different points of interest - historical, scenic and gastronomic.

If you still feel with strengh after the route, you can walk to Teià to complement the journey with a visit to the Cella Vinaria, an old roman wine production center that operated between I b.C. and V a.C.

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Waypoint

Cellar - Alta Alella

Alta Alella is a family cellar located in a nineteenth-century estate located 2 km from the Mediterranean Sea between the towns of Alella and Tiana. They produce both wines and cavas following organic agriculture and winemaking processes. It is the closest cellar to Barcelona and its organic wines are in the menus of some of the best restaurants of the world. Alta Alella is opened to the public. One of their vineyards (Vallcirera) has been recently awarded as one of the first Spanish “Paraje Calificado del Cava” (“grand cru” site), the highest category in the cava sector and a recognition of quality and singularity that only wineries having a vineyard with exceptional climate and geological conditions can access. They offer different activities: ▫ Visits to the cellar ▫ Wine and cava tastings ▫ Special events (concerts & theater in the vineyards, special pairings...) ☎ 628 624 182 http://www.altaalella.wine
Waypoint

Cellar - Quim Batlle

This little estate specializes in ecological production. They offer visits and tastings during the weekends. ☎ 933 954 527 https://www.vinosdealella.com/
Building of interest

Centre cultural Can Lleonart

Once a farmhouse, Can Lleonart is today a cultural equipment. Its wonderful architecture, hybrid of traditional catalan construction and baroque, however, is still worth a visit. They organize tasting sessions (in Catalan). ☎ 93 540 40 24 http://canlleonart.weebly.com/tast.html
Arquitetura religiosa

Sant Feliu d'Alella Church

The first document speaking of the parish of San Felix dates from 993. The origins of this building were a Romanesque construction of which only the base of the bell tower remains. During the fourteenth century an extension that corresponds to the presbytery was built. In 1454, the community acquired surrounding houses and began the construction of a new Gothic temple. Between 1611 and 1613 the church was refurbished again, the nave was extended and the current Baroque façade was built. The sacristy and the chapel of the Blessed Sacrament were built in 1886. As an anecdote, Antonio Gaudí carried out a project for the chapel which was never developed despite having been approved by the Bishop of Barcelona (Gaudí spent some summers in Alella between 1880 and 1890). The original sketch is kept in the parish archive. http://esglesiadalella.org/
Waypoint

Cellar - Alella Vinícola

Alella Vinícola is a family owned cellar that has been producing wines since more than one hundred years. It is the oldest winery in the region and they have recovered antique winemaking processes that were forgotten. They offer different wine tourism activities: ▫ Visit to the cellar ▫ Tastings ▫ Activities for children ▫ Wine routes ▫ Restaurant ☎ 935 40 46 61 www.alellavinicola.com
Provisionamento

Restaurant - La Vinícola

The restaurant, with a rustic decor and a cozy and familiar atmosphere, offers an extensive menu of traditional Catalan cuisine. They specialize in grilled meats and cod. ☎ 935 40 46 61
Provisionamento

Cellar - José Maria Gispert Sanmiquel

Traditional wine shop with local references. ☎ 93 555 05 16
Waypoint

Cellar - Bouquet Alella

Bouquet d’Alella started in 2010 by the Cerdà brothers, with the aim of creating a contemporary product, a quality product, with a vision of the future. They produce and sell organic wines as well as focus on wine tourism, offering wine related leisure activities: ▫ Tour in the vineyards ▫ Breakfast in the vineyards ▫ Pícnic in the vineyards ▫ Appetizer in the vineyards ▫ Calçotada in the vineyards ▫ Quad in the vineyards ▫ Breakfast with fork ▫ The moon and the vines ☎ 93 555 69 97 / 626 68 31 54 www.bouquetdalella.com
panorama

Mirador del Cim d'Alella

Waypoint

Ermita de l'Alegria

The Hermitage of the Virgen de la Alegria is documented since 1018. It seems that its construction was carried out on the remains of an ancient Roman villa. The original temple was built in Romanesque style and was consecrated in 1104. The building as we can see it today is the result of some works carried out in the sixteenth century, reformed and expanded during the eighteenth century -in the façade you can see an inscription with the date of 1729. The oldest documentation referring to the cult of the Virgin of Joy dates from the second half of the 17th century. The construction consists of a single rectangular nave finished off with a polygonal apse and a tower bell tower with pointed windows and a pyramid-shaped roof. The interior is decorated with mural paintings by Ignacio Sierra Goday (from 1970).
Sítio arqueológico

Antiga colònia Tizina

In the vicinity of the hermitage of La Alegria was settled the former colony Tizina, of Roman origin, which origined what now is the village of Tiana.
Passo de montanha

Coll de Vendrans

Vine cultivation was already known at the time of the Laietanos (iberos), but it was the Romans, from the 2nd century BC, who introduced it definitively as a vegetable crop. In Tiana, around the hermitage of La Alegría, there were a series of Roman villas, such as Can Fàbregas, El Rocar, Can Llinàs... The villas (villae), with an extension of about twenty-five hectares, were given to the veteran graduates of the Roman army and occupied flat and protected areas next to a torrent, facing south. The settlers practiced fallow land of vines and pine trees. Wood was used for construction and firewood for plasterers (brick kilns and lime kilns were made of ceramic and glass). The planting of pines caused the large extension of the current pine piñonero.

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