La Garriga is one of those towns that help you understand their surrounding landscape and the uses their inhabitants have put it to. Its potential as a spa town stretches far back, to the Middle Ages, although it reached its zenith at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, alongside the Catalan Art Nouveau. It was then that the spa complexes and the first summer holiday homes were built. The Roman town, the mediaeval castle and the bomb shelter, together with the Catalan Art Nouveau Eixample district, complete its offerings, together with routes through its surroundings.
- Go to Illa Raspall.
- Walk down the Avenue and admire the buildings.
- Follow the itinerary that leads to the fountain of the Tremolencs.
- Enjoy a session in one of the spas.