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Photos of the Santa Cova Walk at Montserrat. Photographs of Statues, Views, the Shrine and Nature at Santa Cove in Montserrat Monastery in Catalonia, Spain

Covid-19 update

According to the latest official Covid measures in Catalonia, there are no more mobility restrictions within Catalonia since 26 April 2021, which means travelling between Montserrat and Barcelona is allowed. We recommend you visit our Barcelona latest Covid updates page for the latest Covid-related updates in Barcelona.

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For many visitors to Montserrat, a visit to the Santa Cova shrine is the priority of the trip. For a full understanding of the history of Santa Cova and what it means to religious pilgrims, see our Guide to Santa Cova at Montserrat.

Funicular de Santa Cova Station Building Funicular al Monestir - the funicular station for getting back to Montserrat Monastery Views from the walk to the Santa Cova shrine
Flowers on the path leading to the Santa Cova shrine A monument on the path to the Santa Cova shrine A statue on the route to the Sant Cova shrine
A religious sculpture on the Santa Cova pathway Butterfly artwork on the way to Santa Cova shrine The entrance to the Santa Cova chapel
A view of Santa Cova chapel

Book tickets for your half day tour to Montserrat from Barcelona with return journey

There are two organized tours that save you the time and trouble of organizing your own trip to Montserrat. They include return journey from Barcelona to Montserrat in an air conditioned bus. You can choose either a half day morning tour or half day afternoon tour.

Morning Tour

Booking Information Click here to book your tickets online for the Montserrat Morning guided tour leaving from Barcelona

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