After all that sport and water, you’ll be hungry. Book a table at the restaurant El Mot del Vila, which forms part of the Vila Arenys Hotel. Chef Toni Sánchez runs the kitchen where he prepares dishes based on local cuisine using seasonal ingredients from the area.
As you’re in Arenys de Mar, let your food go down by taking the opportunity to discover this attraction-filled coastal town. You can choose from several routes – Salvador Espriu, the ‘Indianos’, Ferran de Pol, the harbour... – or simply wander around its most charming places, go to the Museu Marès de la Punta and the Museu Mollfulleda de Mineralogia or visit Santa Maria church to see the spectacular baroque altarpiece by Pau Costa.
You’ll finish the getaway to Maresme among vineyards. For many centuries, the region has been a land of buds and shoots, but now almost all the grapes are around Alella, the epicentre of a small Designation of Origin bearing the name of the town. You can visit the Celler Alta Alella, a winery located within the Serralada de Marina Natural Park, where they’ll tell you how they produce their organic wines while you enjoy views over the sea and the mountain. Will you join us in an end of trip toast?