Gelida

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Vista General

Arriving in Gelida, enter the Alt Penedès, a territory characterized by the landscapes of wine and cava. A unique landscape that, together with the monumental and archeological heritage, the natural environment, the farmhouses, the cellars and the cavas, the culture and the popular and traditional festivals, shapes the attractiveness and richness of this land.

Gelida, in the north of the Penedès and in the valley below Anoia, becomes a town with a past linked to the paper industry and the vineyard, and thanks to the arrival of the railway in 1865, it became a town summering; together with one of the also important referents of this municipality, the water. If the sources contributed to the residential tradition, the river was instrumental in the industrial development, to tie to the paper, economic engine of the region, along with the traditional agricultural operations of the territory.

WHAT TO SEE IN GELIDA?

The funicular and the castle are the most emblematic elements of this town that has an outstanding architectural legacy of Modernisme and Noucentisme, with a landscape filled with fountains and farmhouses, and with an important associative fabric that strengthens the cultural character.

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Contact
Telephone
937 790 058
Email
gelida.promocio@diba.cat

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    Main attractions

    The Castle of the Holy Cross is a fortified area from the medieval period, first documented in 1037
    Sant Martí Sarroca’s medieval church and castle are regarded as an historic and artistic site of national interest.
    Interactive space with audiovisual resources where we explain the town's history, Fil.loxera and Cava.
    The Museum is located in the original installations of the steam locomotive depot of Vilanova i la Geltrú, some railway constructions done between the

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    Vilafranca del Penedès
    1st - 3rd July
    15th of June to 21st July 2022

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