Located about 100 miles south of Barcelona, overhanging the Siurana river, Gratallops is at the heart of a licorella (slate) basin.
Since the 18th century vinegrowing has become the main activity and incidentally olive and almond production. Note that in the 19th century other products such as hemp, fruit and vegetables were also growing there. Since the end of the Eighties, Gratallops has become a famous place in the wine connoisseur circles. Producers such as Carles Pastrana (Clos de l’Obac, Miserere), René Barbier (Clos Mogador) orAlvaro Palacios (L’Ermita, Les Terrasses) have established their cellars there.
The building housing this small hotel was originally built in the 13th century, with additions made until the 18th century. Charming and quiet, the hotel sits practically at the edge of the beautiful Parque Natural de Montsant, affording lovely views of the mountains and the Tierras del Ebro.
We invite you to let go of the daily grind and simply unwind in this unbeatable location, with serenity and peace wherever you gaze.
Where: Gratallops, Catalonia, Spain.