Landscapes of Barcelona
Discover a territory with a country heart
The inland regions of Barcelona hide many places where living in harmony with nature is still possible. A territory that invites you to discover chapels, castles and historic relics from different periods.
In the Moianès region, the stone and water shape a unique landscape that tells the time, history and personality of a territory and its inhabitants.
Osona is a land where the past and the present shake hands tightly. Traces of the shepherds, bandits and soldiers who travelled down its tracks are perceived as clearly as their stories.
L'Anoia is a land where traditional peasant values are still very present. Hospitality is considered an art, and it is practiced with the passion of those who live within a rough and dry natural environment.
The Bages region is a land full of contrasts in the heart of Catalonia: wheat fields and vines, small hamlets with cobbled streets and over a thousand metres high peaks.
Sau and Collsacabra Valley
It's located in the Natural Area Guilleries Savassona, a natural and rich space, full of heritage, culture and beautiful places
The hundred-peak mountain
Anoia, the land of castles
It's one of the biggest attractions of the region: while the rich heritage of Anoia, towers and castles are prominently thanks to its abundance and diversity
The Toll Caves
The Toll Caves are a geological formation inhabited since prehistoric times. They constitute one of the most important prehistoric times of Catalonia.
The Salt Mountain
The Salt Mountain is a unique natural phenomenon in the world and is still growing as the rain erodes it.
Natural Park of Montseny
It is declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
Castelltallat astronomical observatory
Investigating the secrets of astronomy in Pujalt