In a few years, the Fira Medieval d’Oficis de Súria has become one of the most outstanding activities of the festive calendar of Bages, with paradisiacs, artisans of traditional trades, workshops and numerous attractions for all visitors.
The Fira Medieval d’Oficis de Súria is characterized by the high presence of local entities and the wide range of participatory activities for visitors, such as workshops and street performances (dances, stories, songs, minstrels and knight). From the first edition, the organization is committed to the quality of traders and street performances in order to ensure the maximum historical rigor and quality of the event.
Súria is the catalan capital of caramelles for its antiquity and the large number of participants that brings together this traditional street singing and dancing party to celebrate Easter. This integration of music and dance turns the streets and squares of the town into privileged settings for a unique cultural event with traditional roots.
A visit to Cardona Castle offers the chance to travel through the modern fortress and parts of the old count’s castle, such as the Maid’s Tower and the Collegiate Church of Sant Vicenç, a jewel of Catalan Lombard Romanesque architecture.
The Cardona salt mountain It is a diapir that grows every year, occupying a depression in the ground in the shape of an elongated ellipse with a land area of 1800 m long by 600 m wide and an area of 100 ha, with natural characteristics that have made it worthy of be included in the Plan for Areas of Natural Interest of Catalonia.
The salt outcrops are located within this depression, which is why it was formerly known as the Salino, and is currently known as Valle Salino.
Strolling through Solsona you will enter a city full of history and deep-rooted traditions that breathe in every corner of the old town, in a population of giants and folkloric style, knife tradition and food crafts.
Món Sant Benet offers a set of visits and activities to experience a unique emotions world.
Visits at the monastery invite to discover it through a museum that suggests a journey in time. Visits and workshops at Fundació Alicia also allow you to discover the world of food with a workshop that transforms our vision about the one what we are and what we eat.
The basilica is a place of worship and, at the same time, a great tourist attraction of Manresa and Catalonia. Built under the direction of Berenguer de Montagut, architect of Santa Maria del Mar of Barcelona and the Cathedral of Palma de Mallorca, the Seu of Manresa is a gem of Catalan Gothic style.
Place of prayer and recollection for Saint Ignatius.
Ignatius of Loyola came down on foot from Montserrat to Manresa. It was the year 1522. Here he spent eleven months, a time of pivotal importance for his life and for that which would later be the Company of Jesus. His privileged place of prayer was the Cave. It is a cavity over the river Cardener, excavated by the fluvial erosion during the Tertiary. The current Center of Spirituality stands around it. The experience lived here by Saint Ignatius was the origin of his book Spiritual Exercises.
Montserrat is a rocky massif traditionally considered the most important and significant mountain in Catalonia. It is located 30 km from the center of Barcelona between the regions of Anoia, Baix Llobregat and Bages. The Monastery of Santa María de Montserrat is a Benedictine abbey located on the mountain of Montserrat.
The Sierra de Castelltallat is a very depopulated place, there is only the presence of some farmhouses that make very little light at night, the situation of the Observatory, a thousand meters high and isolated from any urban core, makes it a privileged place for the observation of the sky.
Activities designed for all types of public, here you can explore the Universe with family, friends, with your partner, or alone, if you wish.