Discover all the tourist activities you can do in the towns and villages of Barcelona's regions. There are so many proposals that you will not get to the end! What are you waiting for?
Many natural pools in the regions of Barcelona are located in almost magical beauty spots, surrounded by exuberant nature. The water there is cool and they tend to be less crowded than the beaches. Of the many natural pools that we can recommend, we suggest visiting the Mola Pools, between Sant Andreu de la Barca and Corbera de Llobregat.
It goes without saying that, however small it is, there’s no village without a church in this country. With their thick walls, they tend to be good places in which to shelter from the sun and heat while discovering the sacred art they contain. It’s extremely complicated to pick just one... But today we feel like heading to Igualada, capital of the Anoia region, to explore the Basilica of Santa Maria or “Big Church”, which contains many fascinating elements.
But maybe you’d prefer to seek out some shade to get away from the heat. In that case, we’ve also got a good suggestion for you. Head to Montesquiu Castle Park, where you can enjoy a very pleasant walk in the shade of the castle and red pines, along a cool path that winds its way past streams, natural pools and springs. Make sure you visit the castle as well!
Inside caves the atmosphere is cool; you might even need to take some warmer clothes! The Toll Caves, in the Moianès region, are some of the most interesting in the Barcelona area. There you’ll learn plenty about the fauna of the Quaternary that lived here 100,000 years ago!
We end our route of cool places in some cava cellars, where the temperature’s also very pleasant. Make your way to Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, the cava capital, and pay a visit to the cellars of one of the many cava wineries, belonging to both well-known or lesser-known brands, that are open for visits. What’s more, they’re sure to serve you a chilled glass of cava at the end of your visit!