Have La Pedrera to yourself for the evening
The legendary architect Antoni Gaudí and Barcelona are inextricably linked, from the quizzical design of Park Güell to the gargantuan structure of the Sagrada Familia cathedral. One of his most famous projects in the Catalan city is La Pedrera (which means “the stone quarry”), it was the last private residence designed by Gaudí, built between 1906 and 1910.
Also known as Casa Milà, after the owner of the property Pere Milá, in 1984 La Pedrera was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and today it is visited by over a million tourists each year.
Just a short journey by car from the centrally located OneOcean Port Vell marina, it is an excellent addition to any yacht charter in Spain, whether you are embarking or rounding off your holiday.
The best way to see La Pedrera is undoubtedly with a private viewing and guided tour with a Gaudí expert. Let Barcelona’s history come to life with this exclusive experience, as the intimate and peaceful private viewing allows your senses to explore Gaudí’s visionary creation.
Following the private tour, head up to the renowned rooftop of the building for a sundowner cocktail and musical performance. Your group will then make its way down to La Pedrera’s main hall, another artistic wonder of design with its beautiful ceiling and views out over the Paseo de Gracia. Dinner is prepared by one of Barcelona’s top Michelin-starred chefs in accordance with your preferences or as part of the journey of discovery in La Pedrera. This is a Barcelona experience that is only offered to the most exclusive clients.