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Masia Cabellut, Masllorenç, Barcelona

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The peaceful private location, swoon worthy architecture and delicious interior design. 

What's So Special About Masia Cabellut?

When you think of a vineyard wedding venue in Europe, it’s to be expected that your mind might typically wander straight to an Italian landscape like Tuscany or a renowned French region such as Bordeaux but, hold that thought for a moment whilst we introduce you to a newly opened, picture perfect vineyard wedding venue near Barcelona in Spain, Masia Cabellut. 

The lovely owners bought the abandoned estate back in 2013, renovating the property and restoring the vineyards to an exceptionally high standard – a true labour of love. 

You’ll find the venue nestled in a sloping valley in Northern Spain, in the small town of Masllorenç, Masia Cabellut is actually just 50km South from the vibrant, never-sleeping metropol of Barcelona.

Masia Cabellut’s history dates back as far as the 12th century and has quite the rich and interesting history.

Whether you’re planning an extravagant celebration or an intimate affair with your closest family and friends, Masia Cabellut can provide you with the dreamiest of settings.

The venue can comfortably host up to 200 guests, with a range of outdoor settings available for your ceremony: The Cabellut Gardens, the Almond Tree Garden, the Vineyard, the Forest with a view – as well as the small church on the cliff – “Ermita de Santa Cristina”.

After the ceremony we’d recommend reception drinks & spanish tapas esq nibbles by the pool, followed by your wedding breakfast either in amongst the vineyards, under the pergola or inside the ballroom. Oh, and lets not forget the party until sunrise.

Masia Cabellut has on site accommodation for 14 – 16 guests (including yourselves) in 7 beautifully designed bedrooms and further accommodation options for your guests in hotels only a short drive away (roughly half an hour) in historical and vibrant towns like Sitges or Vilafranca de Penedes.

All of the wine served at the venue is sourced directly from it’s own private vineyards and each bottle is named after the owner’s children reflecting the family-owned feel of the venue. Masia Cabellut is also known for its award-winning extra virgin olive oil also sourced directly from the vineyards.

With exclusive use, supplier flexibility, no noise restrictions, no curfew AND just an hour from Barcelona airport – this magical Spanish property is quite the rare venue find.

Nearest Airport Conveniently located less than an hour away from Barcelona Int Airport and just half an hour away from Reus Airport.

Price from €‎8,000

Like this venue? For more information on booking Masia Cabellut as your wedding venue, to request their pricing/packages, check their availability or book a viewing use our contact form via the ‘contact venue’  button.

Want more? Check out our full guide, including legal requirements for Getting Married In Spain.

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Say “I do” in the fragrant Mediterranean gardens with the surrounding vineyards as your backdrop and party all night long in a valley under the stars.



venue facilities

Accommodation On Site
A/V Equipment
Bridal Suite
Clean Up Included
Exclusive Use
Marquee / Tipi
No Curfew
LGBTQ Friendly
Disabled Facilities
Child Friendly

finer details

Exclusive Use
Accommodation Site
Sleeps 14 - 16 / 7 Double Rooms
Ceremony / Reception Capacity
Wedding Planner / Co-ordinator
Recommended Supplier List / Couples Choice
Recommended Supplier List / Couples Choice
In House (Required)
BYO Not Permitted
Permitted Inside & Outside
Furniture can be provided at cost.
Closing Time
No Curfew!
Closed Periods
Usually closed throughout January
LGBTQ Friendly
Child Friendly
Disabled Facilities
From €‎8,000

Flight Duration

1.30 – 4 hours, depending on departure and arrival points.



Language Spoken

Spanish & Catalan but English is widely spoken and understood.




RENFE runs high-speed trains across the country and towns such as Madrid and Barcelona have their own Metro networks. Look for the green light if you want to hail a taxi in the street – Spanish taxis wont take more than four people at a time and they’re harder to find on Friday and Saturday nights. Most cities have plenty of buses with tickets available on board or at estancos (tobacconists).

Public Holidays

All the big religious holidays such as Easter and Christmas, as well as Three Kings Day/ Epiphany (6th January), Labour Day (1st May) and Hispanic Day (12th October). Many of the regions have their own local public holidays, such as Balearic Day in the Balearic Islands (1st March).

Good Time to Go

Late April - Early October

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Spain is recognised as one of the sunniest countries in Europe, with over 300 days of sunshine per year. That sounds like good odd's to us...

What Couples Say

“Got married at Masia Cabellut and it was great! Amazing venue with very nice views! Roberto was super helpful with whatever we needed to plan the wedding, many thanks!!”

Irene, October 2022

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43812, Tarragona, Spain

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