Puigdàlber Church of Sant Andreu

Considered the smallest municipality in Catalonia, it covers anarea of 40 hectares, of which 35 are devoted to vine-growing. Legend says that two bells full of gold, originally from the Roman city of Malta, were found there, buried by an earthquake. Perhaps it is only a legend, but the archaeological remains show that the village has its origins in the Roman conquest of the Mediterranean region.

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    Main attractions

    The Museum is located in the original installations of the steam locomotive depot of Vilanova i la Geltrú, some railway constructions done between the
    The permanent exhibition at the VINSEUM is dedicated to the vineyard and wine, and the close connection these have with the Penedès region and Catalonia. Your journey starts on the third floor of the Royal Palace and ends with a cava or wine tasting in the tavern of the museum.
    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.

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