- The castle
- The city wall
- Things to do
- Get organised
- Feast and festivals
- School trips
- Organised groups
- How to get there
The Montseny Natural Park is located in the Catalan Pre-Coastal Range. The massif is composed of three mountain groups: the ridge of Turó de l’Home (1,706 m) and Les Agudes (1,703 m); Matagalls (1,697 m); and the Pla de la Calma high plateau, including Puig Drau (1,344 m). The groups are joined together by the Sant Marçal and Collformic passes and surround the high basin of the Tordera River.
There are 29 signposted routes in the Montseny Natural Park that can be completed on foot. Surrounded by stunning scenery, the trails feature the park’s natural and heritage landmarks.
In addition to the signposted paths for short walks, hiking or mountain biking, there are plenty of companies that offer outdoor fun and leisure activities: canopy walks, paintball, quad bikes, archery, ziplines, etc.
Moreover, there are castles, watchtowers and some ice wells to visit in Montseny, a land of legends, witches and bandits.