Home to one of the best-preserved examples of Catalan Baroque, the Chapel of Sorrows of the Basilica of Santa Maria, and birthplace of the Catalan Art Nouveau architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch, Mataró still retains the charm of a Mediterranean city that has not lost a town's spirit. Its Old Town, Rambla and watercourse, to name a few, are all corners for strolling in and discovering the heritage of a town with great cultural assets and that lives facing the sea, but without ignoring its exceptional forested surroundings.
- Visit the old Roman villa of the Llauder Tower. - Follow the municipality's Modernista route. - Walk through the streets of the historic centre surrounding the church of Santa Maria. - Enjoy the leisure and gastronomic offerings of the harbour area and the Promenade. - Walk through the city's parks. - Discover the collections of the museums.Regions
Museus, antigues fàbriques, mines, centres d'interpretació i diverses empreses obren les seves portes i organitzaran activitats arreu del territori perquè descobreixis en primera persona "com es fan les coses".