THE SOURCES OF THE LLOBREGAT
In Castellar de n’Hug starts one of the most classic walking tours of Berguedà high, which leads to the birth of one of the most important rivers of Catalonia, the Llobregat, whose waters flow from natural and abundant rock way forming a beautiful waterfall. The way is easy, suitable for all audiences and he should invest two hours (between going and return).

What you can’t miss:

The ride in the spring, after the thaw. And in Castellar de n’Hug, the Museum of the shepherd.

COLÒNIA GÜELL

Close to Barcelona, in Santa Coloma de Cervelló, is the best-kept treasure of Gaudí. It can be found within an industrial colony of the 19th century that conveys the atmosphere of the time along its streets. After meeting the visitors center, referred to a number of unique buildings created by the modernist architects of the time, is discovered, in the Church, the emblematic crypt of Güell, Gaudí‘s work, which could have been “a monumental scale model of the Holy Family” if it had been finalized and that has been declared patrimony of humanity by Unesco.  If you are interested in tours of Barcelona city,  check the web of Tours 10.
What you can’t miss:
The architectural and artistic innovations used by Gaudí first unitary way, ranging from its natureinspired structure to its spiral columns, its windows with stained glass the shape of flower petals or butterfly wings or their stacks of holy water. And if you delay the getaway to October, during the bridge of the Pilar, don’t miss the part of modernism, a theatrical recreation in street scenes of the everyday life of the colony from a hundred years ago

THE VALLEY OF SAU – COLLSACABRA

Located halfway between the Montseny and the Pyrenees, this Valley fed by the waters of the river Ter we must get to enjoy prospects, lush forests, medieval villages and abundant water.

What you can’t miss:

The Sau reservoir, where water sports or contemplate how emerges from the Bell Tower of the flooded town of Rome, and the villages of Rupit and Tavertet waters. The first, narrow and steep streets, crowned by a castle on a spur next to the jump of Sallent and Rocky; and the second, a village with charm overlooking a huge cliff to Sau and the Guilleries.

MONTSERRAT

50 km from Barcelona, Montserrat is much more than a place of pilgrimage to pray to the Black Madonna. In addition to his monastery inhabited by 80 Benedictine monks and climbed on top of the cliffs, their environment, chaired by peculiarities massifs of granite and formed as a natural park, proposes numerous excursions.

What you can’t miss:

The singing of the choir, three times a day involved with their songs in the liturgies of the sanctuary; the Museum and the Audiovisual space new, the rise in cable car and an excursion by the nature of Montserrat, as the leading to Cavall Bernat, the Thebaid or Sant Jeroni, or the stretch of the Camino de Santiago that crosses this environment.

SAN BENET

Close to Manresa, 50 minutes from Barcelona, it is the ancient monastery of Sant Benet not only is one of the great jewels of Catalan architecture, but it is also the axis of the a singular project that includes art, nature and gastronomy.

What you can’t miss:

The musealized travel by the Church, the cloister, Winery and other areas, such as the private rooms of the painter Ramon Casas, who lived in it. And participate in family workshops of the Alicia Foundation, a project created by chef Ferran Adrià and cardiologist Valentí Fuster focused gastronomic research initiative.

BAGA AND PEDRAFORCA

Baga is a perfect example of a medieval village but is also the door of the natural park of Cadí-Moixeró, starting point for entering this protected space that has a paradise for those who are looking for high mountain routes in the emblematic mountain of Pedraforca.

What you can’t miss:

A stroll through the town of Baga, which preserves part of the old wall that protected it, with towers, streets and cobbled squares. And the Gresolet viewpoint, which can be reached from the village of Saldes along a paved track between dwarf Oaks, beeches and firs leads to this balcony on a cliff which rises the 800 m. of Pedraforca.

CALELLA AND THE MARESME BEACHES

If this Easter makes good, what better than a plan on the beach, although not for bathing, Yes to walk and breathe. Calella once was an industrial town, but since half a century ago is a renowned tourist resort nestled in an area that has more than fifty kilometres of beaches.