In a privileged setting, surrounded by proud beech and oak groves, Moià has, since prehistoric times, been a place of peace (and one where you can still find dolmens and visit caves of great historical interest). Renowned these days for the quality of its organic foods, it is interesting to visit the town square market, held on the third Sunday of every month. In mediaeval times, it was a favourite spot of the Counts of Barcelona, but its period of greatest splendour came later, with the industries associated with wool production.
- Discover the local prehistory by visiting the Toll caves.
- Learn about the hero of the defence of Barcelona in 1714 at the Museu Casa Natal de Rafael Casanova.
- Enjoy nature by practising any of the many active tourism activities available, such as hiking, MTB, ultralight flying or golf.