10. Enjoy the coastline and the fishermen villages
Did you know that Penedès Appellation of Origin (DO Penedès) reaches the coastline? Here we find popular tourist destinations such as El Vendrell, Cunit, Coma-Ruga, Calafell, and the renowned Sitges and Vilanova i la Geltrú, all family-frienldy beaches with fine sand and shallow waters.
Sitges retains medieval references and an old fishing village where, in addition to enjoying the beaches and its day and night leisure, you can visit emblematic places such as the Palau Maricel, the Cau Ferrat museum or the Malvasia Interpretation Center .
In Vilanova i la Geltrú, the rambla is alive all year round, but if you have to visit it, we recommend that you do so around February, to admire the traditional Carnival, declared a Heritage Festival of National Interest. You can't miss its seafood cuisine or culture by visiting the Museum of the Railway of Catalonia or the Masia d'en Cabanyes, one of the heritage treasures of the Garraf, built in 1798 and considered an exceptional case in the architecture of late Catalonia of the 18th century, and now turned into a museum of Romanticism.