A taste on the high seas...Vilanova i la Geltrú wishes to be known as a wine producing town.
More than 200 dancers fill the Town Square in Sant Vicenç de Castellet to dance the Gypsy Dance.
Mentioned as early as the 16th century, the Vilafranca del Penedès May Fairs and Festivals are also known as the lovers' fairs.
Avinyó takes us back to 1848 to relive what happened at one of the scenes of the Carlist Wars.
To preserve and recover the prestige of the pottery trade, Sant Julià de Vilatorta holds El Tupí Pottery and Earthenware Trade Fair.
The Granollers' Feast of the Ascension is a highly recommended event in the region.
Herbs for headaches, stomach aches and bruises can all be found at the Cànoves i Samalús Sant Ponç Trade Fair.
The Sant Isidre Fair, a trade fair par excellence, welcomes more than 20,000 visitors to Cardedeu.