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Itineraris and sites of interest


Sunday 10th March:  Alella 1000 years of history  + cup of DO Alella wine

Cal Marquès

Passing through the streets of Alella we can learn the history of the town and the most important elements. We will finish the visit to the Tourist Office with a glass of DO Alella wine.

Outstanding elements: Can Lleonart, Town Hall Square, Alella Church, the Four Towers, Alella Viníciola, El Rost, Cal Marquès, Escoles Fabra ...

Time: from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Meeting point: Tourist Office

Tour: Urban

Public: Adult

Duration: 2 h

Difficulty: Low

Trip type: Patrimonial (circular)

Observations: The exit is done on foot from the Tourism Office in Can Lleonart.

Price: 0-8 years free, 9-17 years 2 euros, adult 5 euros and groups (more than 10 people) 4 euros.

Previous registration is required at the Tourism Office

Sunday 12th May 2019:  The stately houses of Alella + cup of DO Alella wine

Les Quatre Torres

Through some of the Alella oldest buildings we will come to know the changes that took place in some estates at the end of the 19th century.
During the visit we'll discover one of the most unknown, important and, at the same time, fragile elements of Alella: the Romantic gardens.

Outstanding elements: Cal Baró, Les Quatre Torres, Can Calderó.

Timetable: from 10:00 to 12:30pm

Where:  Tourism Office

Itinerary: Urban

Public: Adult.

Duration: 2 h

Difficulty: Low 

Trip type: Patrimonial (circular)

Comment: Walking tour from the Tourism Office, in Can Lleonart.

Price: 0-8 years old free, 9-17 years old  2 euros,  adults 5 euros, groups (more than de 10 people) 4 euros.

Previous registration is required at Tourism Office

Sunday 10th November 2019. Modernisme in Alella + cup of DO Alella wine


Through the buildings we will discover an example of the Catalan Modernism in Alella. We will end the visit at the Tourism Office tasting a DO Alella wine.

Significant highlights: Cal Marquès, church, Can Bragulat, Alella Vinícola, Can Llimona, Old slaughterhouse, Cal Governador, Can Bonvehí, Can Vegalí.

Time: 10am to 12:30pm

Meeting point: Tourism Office

Itinerary: Urban

Public: Adult

Length: 2, 5 hours

Difficulty: Low (comfortable shoe reccommended)

Trip type: Patrimonial (circular)

General remarks: We will start on foot from Tourist Office.

Price:   0-8 years-old free

            9-17 years-old  2 euros

            Adults  5 euros

           Groups ( more than 10 people) 3 euros

More information and inscriptions at: Can Lleonart - Tourism Office Alella  (Tel. 93 555 46 50 o

Other languages and groups: for groups of more than 10 people and other languages such as Spanish, English or French please conctact the Alella Tourist Office

Organised by: Alella Town Hall

Further information and bookings: Tourist Office

Tel: +34 93 555 46 50 or

You can also  visit:

VISIT the Lookouts

The higher elevation overlooking the coast and the surrounding areas of the Parc de la Serralada Litoral provide priviledged views which we highly recommend to go see.

Mirador del Bosquet (Bosquet Lookout)
Access: You can access the lookout by walking from the town centre; it is a 10 minute walk approximately. The lookout is at the end of Avinguda del Bosquet.
From left to right you can see part of the Parc de la Serralada Litoral, the valley of Rials, Masnou, Alella at in the background the city of Barcelona.

Mirador dels Nou Pins (Nous Pins Lookout)
Access: You can access the lookout by car, following Avinguda del Mil·lenari to the end. With a 360º view you can stretch your eyes from Barcelona to the Parc del Montegre and del Corredor, and from the horizon of the sea to the Parc de la Serralada Litoral.