Make a note of the free opening hours for most of the farms.
Saturday and Sunday, 10.00 – 14.00 and 16.00 – 19.00 hour
Check the information on each farm for their opening hours and plan your weekend to combine visits in these time bands. Remember that, as a general rule, the visits are guided and start on the hour.
We recommend that you get the weather forecast beforehand and come prepared for walking in the country (a change of clothes, comfortable shoes, sunhat, etc.)
When preparing your weekend we recommend that you call the farm beforehand:
– If you are a group of visitors together (more than 6 or 8 people), so that the people at the farm are ready for your visit
– If you have any questions about whether the farm is suitable for people with reduced mobility
– If you want to take your dog with you when you visit the farm, as animals are not always allowed
– If you want to visit two livestock farms on the same day, check that there are no bio-security restrictions (to prevent any possible contamination between farms)
We have tried to make the directions as clear as possible (GPS coordinates, signs on the road, etc.), but if you are worried while you are on the way, call the farm and they will tell you how to get there.
If it rains, or has been raining a lot, we recommend that you call the farm before you go to make sure that the way is passable
The farm managers will be identified with straw hats and corporate badges, these are what you look for
You park in the marked parking places. If you don’t know where to park, ask the people at the farm.
When you arrive, you may have to wait for a while for the start of the next visit. The farm managers will have arranged areas where you can wait
If you are members of the Súper 3 Club, identify yourselves with the card and the farm managers will present you with a free gif
Be respectful with the trees, plants, gardens, vines and animals. They are the producers’ livelihood. Do not pick or touch anything without permission.
During your visit, follow the instructions given by the person conducting the visit and respect the areas where access is restricted (taking special care with the children in the family). A farm is a working place and not all parts of it are suitable for visiting.
Products are seasonal and vary throughout the year, so that the tasting and/or sale of certain items may not always be possible. Even so, the farmers will explain the production process to you so that you know how the farm works in full production
Ask questions. If you have never visited an agricultural or livestock farm, ask about anything you want to know. No-one knows the farm better than the people who work there.
Plan your weekend with an eye on quality and gastronomy. When you are ready for meals, you can get your lunches and dinners at the restaurants which offer the Benvinguts a Pagès menus, with dishes cooked with local seasonal products.
Spend the whole weekend in the district you have chosen and spend the night there. You can stay in places which have joined the Benvinguts a Pagès programme; they will offer you a special package for the whole weekend!
You can identify the restaurants and places to stay which are taking part in the project through the Benvinguts a Pagès web. When you are in the area you can recognise them by the corporate stickers that they will have put up at the entrance to the establishment.
Benvinguts a Pagès is a project which is intended to become established as an annual date. We are very interested in knowing your opinion and so we ask you, at the end of your visit, to take a moment to answer a short survey. At the farm they will tell you how to do it
Everyone who answers the satisfaction survey will be entered in a draw.
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