Our districts’ five towns have their own special charm, both those lying inland and those at the seaside. They attract each visitor in a different way, and all of them have certain features that make them unique and special:
Vandellòs is known for its medieval urban structure and it houses an olive oil interpretation centre, the Turó del Castell viewpoint and Ca La Torre, a cultural centre made up by Gil-Vernet family’s manor house and the 16th-century defence tower.
Masboquera is an ideal place to start different walking and mountain bike routes. Downtown, you can see La Torre de les Hores (the Hour Tower).
Masriudoms’ main attractions include the church and the bell tower built from a former defence tower dating from the 13th and 15th centuries, and also an old wash-house.
L’Hospitalet de l’Infant has four beaches (L’Arenal, La Punta del Riu, El Torn and L’Almadrava), an old medieval inn dating from 1344, the hermitage of Sant Roc and a marina, among other points of interest. L’Almadrava draws people’s attention because of its small white houses, its seafront promenade and the hermitage of Sant Jaume.