Cellers is situated approximately 80 miles (129 kilometers) northwest of Barcelona and 260 miles (418 kilometers) northeast of Madrid, Spain's capital.
Of course, limiting yourself to only one place, regardless of its popularity, usually only offers you a glimpse into the broader cultural and natural fabric of a region. So try to allow a few days to explore Catalonia's other attractions. Ponts, lays 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the northwest, and Balaguer is situated 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the north.
Grab some transportation and visit Lleida, a major city for the region, situated 35 miles (56 kilometers) from Cellers. This bigger city offers a number of points of interest, for example Catedral Nova, University of Lleida and Museu de Arte Jaume Morera. Lleida has much of interest for those keen to hang around here a little longer. Placa San Joan, Seu Vella and Camp d'Esports are just a sample of the other interesting attractions worth a visit.
Every destination has a special history and the Catalonia area has its own fair share of stories to tell. The historic palaces here provide a great snapshot to the past. Whatever your beliefs, visitors are sure to be moved at Catalonia's monasteries and other holy sites.
If you enjoy the water, this is the perfect place to visit. Boating is popular and another popular watersport on offer is sailing. Get a bird's-eye view of the Catalonia area by heading skyward. Hot air ballooning is a popular pastime here.
At the end of your stay in Cellers, say farewell the way they do in Spanish, with a hearty "Adiós."