El Baix Llobregat is an ideal destination for amazing getaways very close to Barcelona. At sea, river or mountain, there are so many interesting proposals that you will not want to stay home.

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The Gaudí Crypt, a World Heritage Site

In 2005, seven buildings designed by Antoni Gaudí were inscribed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Six of them are extremely well known: the Sagrada Família, La Pedrera, Casa Vicens, Parc Güell, Palau Güell and Casa Batlló. However, the seventh architectural gem in the list, the Crypt of the Colònia Güell, is much less famous. It’s an architectural masterpiece in which the author of impossible works tested his considerable intellect.

A natural paradise next to the sea

Without a doubt, the Llobregat Delta is one of the most unspoiled natural areas on the Costa Barcelona, a real natural paradise next to the sea, and just a stone’s throw from the Catalan capital, boasting a diversity of flora and fauna that’s hard to match anywhere else in the Mediterranean. Here are just four of the many ways to explore these fabulous landscapes:

A water crossroads

Baix Llobregat is an ideal region for water lovers, since it's difficult to find a corner where you can't hear the flow of a river or the waves of the sea. In the triangle formed by the towns of Collbató, Castelldefels and El Prat you can explore caves, pools, wetlands and beaches of great natural value, along with plenty of elements of historical and cultural interest, such as mines, textile colonies, wells and locks. You're sure to be surprised by some of the main tourist attractions of the area. 


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 Olesa de Montserrat
Culture and traditions

You’re sure to associate the Olesa Passion Play with religion. Obviously, it’s a theatrical performance about the life of Christ, ...

The Esparreguera Passion Play
Culture and traditions

Almost 40 scenes, 400 characters, an orchestra and a great team of mechanical equipment handlers, technicians, and costume and mak...

International Museum Day
Culture and traditions

18 May is International Museum Day. Have you decided which one to visit this year?

European Park Day

24 May is European Park Day. Free activities, guided routes, festive early-morning activities, children’s workshops, photography c...

Cherry Festival
Gastronomy and wine tourism

Celebrate the arrival of the tastiest fruit with traditions, family-friendly activities, music and cherries. They say that you the...

Cherry Festival of Torrelles de Llobregat
Gastronomy and wine tourism

Have you ever tried the cherries from Torrelles de Llobregat? Taste this flavour-packed fruit at the Cherry Festival in Torrelles ...

Catalan Modernist Fair at the Colònia Güell
Culture and traditions

“More than a century ago, there was an industrial model village where we lived, worked and had fun together…” The Catalan Modernis...

El Prat Poultry Fair
Gastronomy and wine tourism

The Poultry Fair of El Prat de Llobregat pays tribute to the blue-foot chicken! Taste it at the Blue-Foot Capon and Artichoke Tapa...

Living Nativity of Catalonia
Culture and traditions

The landscape of the Penya del Corb rock formation in Corbera de Llobregat is the natural stage of the First Living Nativity in Ca...

Fair of the Puríssima in Sant Boi de Llobregat
Culture and traditions

Modernity and tradition at the Fair of the Puríssima (Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception). This is the main showcase for the lo...


It all starts with the sea

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Plan your stay

Cities and towns. Choose where you want to go!

Where to eat?

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

Catalan cuisine

Slow food

Local Products

Culinary associations


Where to sleep?

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

Hostels and refuges


Rural tourism




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