The young city of Viladecans is a destination that's sure to surprise you with its beautiful buildings, modern places of worship and hidden corners, full of charm.
Book in advance to enjoy a well-deserved holiday in Viladecans. First, go to the Plaça de la Vila, a square where you’ll see the impressive red building of the town hall. This neo-gothic-style building, known as Can Modolell, includes a watchtower and a garden. There you’ll find another hidden gem: La Torre del Baró, a medieval mansion dating back to the 13th century.
Cross the Riera de San Clemente River on one of the many bridges to reach the Red Tower. This medieval fortress, home to the Burgès bourgeois family since the 13th century, presides over a large square which gives it its name. If you want to see it on the inside, you can go on a guided tour free of charge.
Cheap trips to Viladecans are a perfect excuse to explore the natural environment of the Llobregat delta. Cycle through the marshes of the Remolar-Filipines Nature Reserve and make a stop to observe aquatic birds. You can also take a nice walk through the calm surroundings of La Murtra, a natural pond.
Climb La Verdera up to the Sant Ramon hermitage, a trip that covers almost three kilometres. When you get to the top, take a moment to rest and take in the beautiful views of the Llobregat delta and agricultural park. Take time out of the trip to have a picnic in the shade of the pine trees.
With our package deals to Viladecans, you’ll study the history of the city in the local museum, the old Can Amat farmhouse. You mustn’t miss the performing arts shows on at the Atrium, a space for cultural promotion with something for all audiences. If you want to participate in an art workshop, the Ateneu de les Arts is the ideal place.
Top off your holidays with a visit to the beautiful coastline of Viladecans. The beach of La Pineda is the most popular; in fact, it’s considered the best in the Greater Barcelona area. Just as lovely is the beach of El Remolar: covered by dune vegetation, its virgin sands offer viewpoints to observe the local fauna.