An interactive map of Montserrat in Spain. You can use the drop-down near the top right of this Montserrat map to select a Montserrat street / road map view, a terrain view, satellite view or a hybrid with the road map overlaid on satellite view of Montserrat. Controls on the left of the Montserrat Google map allow you to zoom in and out as you explore the area.
Pins on the map indicate the full-screen virtual tour, 360° panoramas that have been taken in various locations in and around Montserrat. Clicking on the map pin will load the virtual tour selected in the area above the map of Montserrat. These virtual tours show some of the sights, attractions and other places of interest around Montserrat. Where available, there are also virtual tours of some of the Montserrat hotels, restaurants, museums etc.
Add Your Virtual Tours to the Montserrat MapThe 360° virtual tours shown on this Montserrat map are contributed by various photographers. If you would like to add your own virtual tours to this map then please see the FAQ and the For Photographers pages. Our hosting services are free for non-commercial locations. Commercial locations such as hotels, attractions and restaurants etc should refer to our virtual tour hosting pages for further information and costs.
Embed this Montserrat Map on Your SiteAdding this Montserrat map to your own site / blog is a fantastic way of providing interactive and immersive content for your visitors. The various options for embedding both individual virtual tour panoramas or entire 'Regional Tours' (showing both the interactive Montserrat map and panoramas) can be found on the embed a tour page.
Montserrat - Description
Montserrrat (serrated / jagged mountains) rises sharply to 1236m from the plains of Catalonia, a little northwest of Barcelona. They are most famous for Montserrat Monastery, the Benedictine Monastery of Santa María de Montserrat which was built on a narrow ledge over half way up the mountain in the 11th century. Montserrat Monastery houses the Black Madonna statue and has become one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Spain and a popular tourist attraction.
Most people visit Montserrat and the Benedictine Monastery as a day trip from Barcelona. Aside from the church of Santa María de Montserrat, the mountains are popular for climbing and walking. Several funiculars run up parts of the mountains from the abbey base, offering panoramic views of the whole surrounding area and, on a good day, over the Mediterranean to Mallorca and Ibiza. Paths lead back down Montserrat to the abbey for those wishing to walk. The highest point on Monterrat is the Turo de San Jeronimo, also called Mirador and La Miranda.