Món Sant Benet reopens with new visits

Món Sant Benet, equipment managed by Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation, has reopened today with new visits and activities designed for the local public interested in knowing the natural heritage of Catalonia.

The reopening has been done taking the necessary security measures, even beyond what is established by regulations, to ensure that visitors can enjoy the experience in complete peace of mind. Thus, most of the outdoor activities have been planned, the capacity has also been reduced to ensure the necessary distance between visitors and separation partitions have been installed in the interior spaces.

The temperature is also taken for all staff and visitors and the use of masks is mandatory, there are hydroalcoholic gel dispensers, and the cleaning frequency of all spaces has been increased.

New experiences

With the reopening, visits to Món Sant Benet include news to make them even more attractive to the local public, both for families and adults. New experiences linked to local products, such as wine tasting of the region or seasonal products. The medieval monastery of Sant Benet also offers a night visit that culminates with a glass of cava in a unique setting steeped in history.

Thinking with the family audience, workshops are also offered to bring children closer to the natural diversity of the area, art or local products.

The Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation

All the measures adopted and the proposal for new visits in order to reopen all the facilities demonstrate, once again, that the Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation is more committed than ever to people. Visits to all its facilities make it possible for more than 500,000 people to benefit each year from the social, educational, cultural and environmental projects carried out by the Foundation.