Cultural Routes

Cultural Routes

The industrialization of the region and its status as summer vacation center of the Barcelona and Catalan bourgeois turned El Maresme into a territory rich in Modernist architecture, linked to the early work of the most important architects of that movement: Lluís Domènech i Montaner (Canet de Mar), Josep Puig i Cadafalch (Mataró and Argentona) and Antoni Gaudí (Mataró and Alella).

The routes offered by the municipalities are highlighted, without doubt, by the Modernist routes in Canet de Mar, Mataró and Argentona. But there are others.

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Pineda de Mar

A route through the valley of the Riera de Pineda, place of settlement of the first Iberians and Romans who inhabited this area.

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Sant Pol de Mar

"Camí de Ronda" can be walked on foot and its most part goes biside the sea. Its stages may be urban or wild, good asphalt roads or simple land paths, but he sea can always be seen. The "Camí de...

Sant Pol de Mar

This walk through Sant Pol intends to approach the visitor to the most meaningful pieces of its rich local heritage, which reflect the different historical and cultural periods that have made Sant...

Mataró

The itinerary of the audio guided route will allow to you discover at your pace the imprint of the Romans, the remains of the walls, the special charm of the Baroque streets and squares, the...

Alella

Alella is a town full of history. Its origins go back to the late Neolitic, but we have to wait until the 10th century for written accounts of  its history and evolution to appear for the first...

Pineda de Mar

Take a walk to get to know in detail the architecture and history of Pineda

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