Accessible Tour to Monserrat Monastery hero

Highlights of this tour

  • Montserrat Monastery
  • Epic views
  • Auditorium and Basilica
  • La Moreneta
  • Montserrat Art Museum

Accessibility information

  • Smooth path and roads
  • Flat surface
  • Monastery wheelchair accessible
  • Wheelchair lift to view the Black Madonna (note that on occasion this may not be operative due to maintenance)
  • Involves some short walking/rolling from the car park to the Monastery

What is included?

  • Private Tour
  • Tour duration: 5 hours
  • Private tour guide
  • Door to door
  • Pick up from accommodation or cruise port

What is not included?

  • Food & Drinks
  • Entrances, unless mentioned
  • Tips
Motserrat tracks
Montserrat Monestary
Montserrat Monestary

About this wheelchair accessible tour to the Montserrat Monastery

First stop

Your accessible private transfer picks you up from your hotel in Barcelona or from the cruise port to start your accessible tour to the breathtakingly beautiful Monastery of Montserrat. North-West of Barcelona rises the Montserrat mountain. It is one of the most stunning landmarks in the province of Catalunya. Enjoy the views of the unusual rock formations before arriving to the abbey. On one side, you see the city of Barcelona from above. On the other side, there are the magical snowy mountain tops of the Pyrenees.

Arrival is timed for entry into the auditorium to be followed by entry into the Basilica to enjoy the sounds of the famous Montserrat Boys Choir. The boys perform Monday to Friday, except in August. Also keep in mind, that on occasions, the Boys Choir may be on tour.

Secondly, you can view La Moreneta, the ‘Virgin of Montserrat’ or ‘Black Madonna’ from the church. There is time for you to get a closer view by means of the wheelchair lift on the side of the Monastery, however, this is totally up to you.

Second stop

Additionally, you visit the Montserrat art museum. (Entrance to the museum not included) In the museum you can admire a borrowed Caraveggio, Picassos, Dalí, Ramon Casas, and more. A true jewel that art lovers cannot miss. There is time for coffee and a snack (not included) and afterward, you have some free time to enjoy the spectacular views.

Accessibility Information

This tour is suitable for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility. Accessibility to La Moreneta is via a stairlift or for those who are able to mount a few steps in person. Access to the funicular railways requires the ability to climb or descend 10 steps. This is only suitable for slow walkers. Please note that the entire Monastery is wheelchair accessible.

This tour is available from your accessible accommodation in Barcelona and from the cruise port.

Wheelchair Lift Montserrat

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