Join us on a co-branded Spanish adventure
Castell Sant Mori
August 13-20 | August 20-27
Immerse yourself in a week of authentic Spain gastronomy, sightseeing, lounging, and local exploration.
Join us in one of Europe's most diverse and breathtaking destinations - Catalonia. Well known for its history, beautiful nature, and incredibly rich food culture.
Chabad of Barcelona
Catalonia in the summer is a glorious time to visit. With the Pyrenees mountains to the west and the Mediterranean sea to the east - the weather and views are marvelous.
Located in the north of Spain, one of Europe's best destinations and is full of historically and culturally rich destinations. From Girona, where the Ramban lived, to the fascinating and exciting city of Barcelona, the Montsant wine region (boasting a few kosher wineries), or the Pyrenees... the sites are endless
Your home for the week, Castel Sant Mori is a luxurious 16th Century Gothic-Renaissance Castle that has been renovated for a boutique Kosher Spain travel experience.
Your Europe kosher holiday will be made complete with the creations of our Chef, Sara Black, who will take you on a culinary adventure cooking up exquisite multi-course dinners, served up with locally produced wines - all kosher and nationally ranked as some of Spain's finest.
luxurious accommodation 7 nights & 8 days
breakfast buffet at the villa
bountiful picnic lunch
multi course chef dinners
aperitifs, wines, and digestives
personal trip designer for booking activities
Sefer Torah and Shabbat Minyanim
For our guests that would like to join us for one dinner or a few, but have booked their own accommodations, we welcome you to join us in one of our luxury kosher villas. Our Chef, Sara Black, will tease your palette with her seasonal menu, based on locally sourced ingredients.
Barcelona - The city has more to do in it then can be discovered in a month. However, there are some absolute must-sees. There's Gaudi and his famous Park Guel as well as the Sagrada Familia. You'll also want to amble down La Rambla, the most famous street in Barcelona - both a tourist attraction and a glimpse into the Catalan way of life. Then there's La Boqueria, the famed market filled with a bounty of fresh produce and refreshing fruit juices. And of course, the Gothic Quarter is a great place to get lost, wander and enjoy the atmosphere.
Pyrenees Mountains - Step onto the rack railway and ascend into a spectacular wonderland over 6,000 feet in the sky. Nestled within in those mountains is Andorra, the famed country of ski-resorts and duty free shopping. Stop for a picnic lunch with the medieval town of Vic as your panorama, and then explore the bustling market, old quarter, and traditional way of life.
Girona - Visit one of the most historic sites in Spain, founded by Romans. This city was later was taken over by Moors and Franks before finally falling under the rule of Barcelona. Influenced by different cultures and religions, Girona beckons visitors with its beautiful architecture and treasury of historic tales. The Old and New Town offer many opportunities to pleasurably get lost and observe local life and culture. The Jewish Quarter, once home to the Ramban, is especially beautiful, and well-worth a visit.
Bicycle Tours - Cycle from village to village on beautiful paths and discover streams, rivers, and lakes only to end up on a beautiful virgin seashore. Road bikes, electric hybrid and mountain bikes are available for a half or full day rent, along with the option to book a fully-guided tour.
Boat Charters and Snorkeling - The Islas Medes off the coast of nearby Pals is a protected nature reserve. Take a boat out for a day or night excursion and witness rare and beautiful fauna up front.