This activity contributes to cohesion, cooperation, builds in-group trust and communication, leadership, creativity, solidarity, sustainability, fun and motivation.
|Visit an organic vegetable garden 26 minutes from Barcelona with great sea views and discover a sustainable farm project that employs immigrants in vulnerable situations. |
Be a country person for a day, learn through games about agroecology, seasonal crops, mediterranean plants, and you’ll participate in helping to maintain this social project vegetable garden. You can pick your own vegetables and cook an authentic Catalonian meal (called calçotada) or paella as part of a team.
Calçots are long, thin onions, and are a typical Catalan dish that is harvested between January and April. The calçots are placed on grills over a wood fire where they are cooked, eaten with an almond-based sauce called romesco and accompanied with meat and bread.
|min-max: 10-100 pax|
|All year round except Sundays. |
Calçot season: from January to March 15th. The rest of the year: paella.
|Catalan, Spanish, and English. Other languages are possible with a translator.|
|Suitable for people with physical and mental functional diversity.|
|From 69€/pax + vat.|
Other foreign languages are subject to an extra surcharge.
Price does not include transport. We can arrange you a private transport in case you need it.
|This experience promotes knowledge and respect for the environment.|
|One of the farms is a project that trains immigrant people in a vulnerable situation to help them to find job in the rural area.|
|The farms are managed by entities that work under tsocial and solidarity economy criteria.|
|The lunch is made with organic and local products.|