El Torn

El Torn is one of those privileged beaches because of its large degree of natural preservation. Undoubtedly, it’s one of…
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Visitor centre at the Coll de Balaguer inn

This is L’Hospitalet de l’Infant’s most emblematic monument, dating back to 1344. It was founded by Prince Pere…
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Ca la Torre

This is Vandellòs’ most important manor house that is named after this architectural detail, the defence tower dating from…
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Masia Castelló

Castelló is a depopulated village in our district and is located between Masboquera and Vandellòs. This medieval village was…
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12 km southwards from L’Hospitalet de l’Infant, behind Coll de Balaguer, you’ll find the L’Almadrava village. Its white houses…
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Olive Oil Interpretation Centre

The Olive Oil Interpretation Centre is located in Vandellòs, namely in the town’s former olive oil mill built in 1930, next to…
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Civil War Fortifications

During the Spanish Civil War, the Coll de Balaguer pass, located in our district, was considered a strategic vantage point…
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The marina is located next to the promenade, not far away from the Llastres river estuary, namely in the Moll de Ribera street….
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Llastres river estuary natural space

The Llastres river estuary is a humid Mediterranean zone, catalogued by the Generalitat de Catalunya and adhered to…
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A nice way to understand everything that L’Hospitalet de l’Infant and La Vall de Llors can offer is to walk up to one of the…
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La Cova del Llop Marí (Sea Wolf’s Cave)

Next to the El Torn beach, there’s a mysterious cave called Llop Marí (sea wolf’s cave). It’s particularly recommendable…
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