The Anoia, is a region formed by very different territories that have been grouped together which has led to an area full of contrasts, the High Anoia. In the center we find the Ódena basin and to the south, where the Maset de la Costa is located, we have the Lower Anoia which is the most Mediterranean area, full of vineyards and olive trees.
The towers and castles occupy a prominent place in the region of the Anoia thanks to their abundance and diversity. Most were built during the tenth and eleventh centuries.
In Pujalt, the meteorological observatory offers family activities, guided visits and astrological observations.
To find out more, we recommend you contact the Wildlife Recovery and Rehabilitation Center (CRAC).
The region has three companies offering this service to its visitors who are able to enjoy spectacular views of the Valley and the mountain of Montserrat.
By visiting the museums of the Anoia region you can discover both the traditions and the heritage of this region.
The Moli Paperer Museum in Capellades is located in an old paper mill from the 18th century.
There is also Leather Museum of Igualada, installed in a former cotton textile factory in the Rec district. In this same neighborhood you can also find the Traginer Museum which houses a collection of horse drawn carriages from different eras.
This circus in the middle of a field lets you be the protagonist. Ideal for family, groups or friends.
Hostalets de Pierola contains the most important Miocene sites in Europe; at the Center for Restoration and Paleontological Interpretation (CRIP).
You can find all the related information on the Wine Tourism website page.
Just 30 kms from Maset de la Costa, is the solid rock formation of Montserrat. Magnificent views of the mountain accompany travelers from a distance from this magical place, full of activities and spectacular routes.