The Bages region strong character is defined by its wheat fields and vines, small hamlets with cobbled streets and over a thousand metres high peaks.

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Wine routes of Barcelona

Barcelona is the land of wines. More than 2,500 years ago, the Romans and Iberians cultivated vines to produce the favourite drink of the gods, a drink that has shaped the landscape and culture of the regions of Barcelona. Just a stone’s throw from the city, you can enjoy three DO (Designation of Origin) wine areas that offer such a wide range of activities and experiences that you’ll want to keep coming back to try them all.

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Impregnable Cardona

For over five hundred years, a walled keep protected the riches of Cardona. But nowadays, this beautiful town throws the doors to its old town wide open and unveils all the secrets of its impregnable castle.  Do you fancy a visit to the last Catalan stronghold to fall in the War of the Spanish Succession in 1714

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Mysteries of Sant Benet

Are you looking for somewhere special to go for a romantic weekend? A morning of culture? A company convention? A special dinner? A creative workshop for kids? At Món Sant Benet, the heritage and leisure complex in the Bages region, you’ll find all of that and so much more! Come and visit this magical place; you’ll be amazed by its thousand years of mysteries, stories and fables.

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A land of personality

A distinctive region awaits you in the heart of Catalonia, full of stark contrasts, where you can see the imprint left by history. In Bages, prehistoric remains happily coexist with baroque monuments, while the high peaks appear to be watching over the extensive, fertile vineyards. If you don’t like half measures, you're sure to find this area fascinating!

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Iberian settlement of Turó de Mongròs in El Brull
Culture and traditions

Discover treasures from 2,200 years ago through the programme of activities of the Iberian Weekend. Two days of free activities to...

Bages Wine Harvest Festival
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The streets of the old quarter of Artés are transformed into an outdoor stage that celebrates the winegrowing culture of the Bages...

European Heritage Days
Culture and traditions

Discover the wealth of heritage in the local area through guided visits, concerts, exhibitions and theatre. Enjoy the European Her...

Witches’ Fair in Sant Feliu Sasserra
Culture and traditions

Are you curious about the world of witches? Sant Feliu Sasserra will explain everything about the witches that were executed in th...

Bages Living Nativity Scene
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The Bages Living Nativity Scene is a must-see Christmas attraction.

Sallent Carnival
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The wildest carnival in Central Catalonia

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A fun walk that covers the final stage of the Ignatian Way from Montserrat to Manresa. Nature and heritage offer a unique experien...

Dance of Death
Culture and traditions

The Dance of Death in Manresa is one of the few danses macabres (dances of death) that take place over Easter. Do you still not kn...

 

Bages with the family

Explore Bages with the family. You’ll find plenty of activities to enjoy as a family in a rural setting away from the crowds, next to Montserrat

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Where to eat?

From Michelin-starred restaurants to small mountain inns who serve hearty traditional breakfasts


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Slow food
 
 
 


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Culinary associations
 
 
 


Michelin-starred
 
 
 

Where to sleep?

A romantic weekend, a family holidays or a business meeting – in Barcelona's regions, you can find accommodation for all occasions!


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