The plains in this region boast some magnificent landscapes, halfway between the Tarragona countryside and the Ebro territories. This region lends its name to one of Spain's most important AOC wines, 'Priorat' in Spanish. However, this is not the only wine produced here; there is also Montsant, which is growing more and more popular. The vineyards stretch out into the distance with the mountains of Montsant, Llavería, Santa Marina in the background. In addition to this ecological and natural wealth, Priorat is full of activities based on the theme of viticulture. You can enjoy a walk through the vineyards, visit the wine cellars, go on tasting sessions, or attend the various wine festivals. All of these events take place in small authentic villages. Also, don't miss out on taking a religion-based tour of Priorat, from which the region takes its name, or of the Carthusian Monastery of Scala Dei (or Escaladei, which in Latin means the 'stairway to God'), a witness of the centuries of internment on this well-preserved site. One of its most striking features are the appointed solitary cells.