Municipis

Despite the urban and demographic transformations experienced by the town over the last years, Abrera still conserves the essence of a village. Even though it has gone from being a mostly rural society to being an urban and industrial one, the...

In a valley between the Garraf massif and the Ordal mountains, its location makes for a wide variety of visits; for instance, to El Mur, a belvedere surrounded by nature offering spectacular views of the Llobregat delta. Inside the village, you...

Located between the Mediterranean and the Garraf massif, Castelldefels has excellent connections with the airport, the port and the city of Barcelona. In addition to its attractive beaches which extend for 6 kilometres, visitors can enjoy the...

Municipality on the border of the wine-producing region of Alt Penedès, which it belongs to thanks to its production of wines and cavas. Its main point of interest is its natural surroundings, including a large forest area protected by a state...

Extending up to the Ordal mountain range, Cervelló is surrounded by marvellous landscapes and nature, and is ideal for trekking or potholing. The Roca pothole, more than 60 meters deep and featuring an underground hall, is one of the main...

Collbató, less than 30 minutes away from Barcelona, has historically served as the entrance to the Montserrat massif, whose natural treasures are within easy reach: the Salnitre cave, the deep canals, the fantastically shaped rocks, the flight of...

The millenary town of Corbera, located in a prime spot surrounded by Aleppo pine forests, still conserves elements of its Medieval origins: the 16th century Casal de Santa Magdalena –also known as the Castle -, the old Hospital de Pelegrins (also...

Historically known for its proximity to the river and the city of Barcelona, Cornellà is one of the largest towns in the region in terms of population. Despite its development, it still offers many areas and events of interest. The star...

El Papiol is a residential town, located 15 kilometres from Barcelona, which offers a great range of cultural activities. Located on a mountainous platform, it offers marvellous panoramic views of the region, especially from the highest part of...

Located in the delta plains, the coastline of El Prat de Llobregat spans 8 kilometres. The natural spaces of the Llobregat delta are ecological gems that still conserve biological communities typical of coastal sands, the Delta marshes being one...

A millenary town, Esparreguera was the Capital of Catalan Culture during the year 2005. It boasts a rich architectural heritage, and visitors are encouraged to visit the old town, with its many manors. It is home to highest bell tower in...

A town known for Modernista ceramics. The old Pujol i Bausis factory, known as La Rajoleta, was one of the main centres producing architectural ceramics for both the Modernista and Noucentista movements. Visitors can find out about its legacy, as...

Gavà offers its visitors a wealth of attractions: a coastline spanning 4 kilometres, with a pine forest 400 metres wide and unique dunes, the Garraf Nature Park and a town full of great spots for enjoying its history and its culture.

Its...

Located in the Ordal mountain range amid forests, the municipality of La Palma offers a wide range of activities to be enjoyed in nature, including paintball.

Its heritage includes examples of different periods, of which the oldest...

Martorell is home to a significant historic - artistic heritage of almost every period in history: the emblematic Pont del Diable Roman bridge; Rosanes Castle, San Genís de Rocafort, and Sant Joan chapel are medieval; Santa Llúcia courtyard and...

Known for its Fira de la Candelera –classified an event of National Interest -, 65% of the land in Molins is forest, thereby offering a great number of nature trails that combine well with visits to the Ciuró castle, the Sant Pere Romaní...

Located only 20 kilometres from Montserrat monastery, this village is distinctly agricultural, with olives being the main crop. Its olive oil (Molí d'Oli) is internationally renowned.

Its architectural attractions include the Clock...

Pallejà combines a rich natural environment with proximity to Barcelona. The history of village spans more than 2,000 years and is evident from its rich heritage – here, visitors can enjoy a tour through the history and development of Catalonia....

Within its dynamic of an emerging town, Sant Andreu de la Barca offers its visitors many spots and corners of great architectural and tourist interest. The 18th century church bell tower is the town’s best known monument, but there are also good...

Sant Boi has a rich history and an old town centre full of places to discover: the Roman baths, the Can Torrents museum, the Can Barraquer masia –behind the residence of Rafael Casanova- and the Baroque architecture of the Sant Baldiri church,...

Only 15 kilometres from Barcelona, between Sant Boi and Viladecans, Sant Climent is partly surrounded by the mountain of Sant Ramon, atop which is the hermitage of the same name, dividing the borders of the three municipalities. Located in the...

Sant Esteve offers visitors an interesting tour of the town’s most emblematic buildings, such as the parish church or Can Julià, and old masia used nowadays for artistic activities. The town is also known for its wineries and cellars...

The capital of the region, Sant Feliu combines, in geographical terms, the plains of the river and the mountain range of Collserola. It offers many attractions such as Palau Falguera –a beautiful 17th century palace complex–, Sant Llorenç...

The name of Jujol, one of the main creative figures of the Modernisme movement, is closely linked to Sant Joan Despí, where he worked as the municipal architect. A disciple and collaborator of Gaudí, he created magical worlds thanks to his...

Set into the Collserola mountains, Sant Just stands out for its extensive gardened areas and its architecture and layout, still conserving emblematic modernista buildings and masias. Ancient history is represented by the archaeological sites of...

Sant Vicenç dels Horts has a varied architectural heritage, with a selection of masias that remind us of the town’s agricultural past. Can Costa dates back to the 16th century whereas Can Pujador is 17th century, still conserving engravings and...

The town is home to the exceptional Modernista complex of Colònia Güell, with a large number of buildings in this style, among which the church (crypt) by Antoni Gaudí, one of the architect’s masterpieces and a landmark of modern architecture....

Boasting millenary historical roots (the oldest known documentation dates to 964), Torrelles is surrounded by forests and cherry fields. A walk around the town centre is enough to feel and see an agricultural past that Torrelles has successfully...

Located in the middle of the Ordal mountains and the Garraf massif, its natural surroundings are home to many potholes and caves, the result of a capricious, abrupt and picturesque relief that will delight nature lovers.

Its cultural...

There are four separate areas at Viladecans. The coastal area, with 2.5 kilometres of beach and the nature reserve of Remolar-Filipines of the Llobregat delta (with an information centre and bird observatories). The mountain area, comprising the...

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