Sant Sadurní d'Anoia

Guide to the Municipalities

Known as the Cava Capital and surrounded by a captivating wine-growing landscape with ancient roots, Sant Sadurní is home to more than eighty cava producers. Heirs to traditions dating back to 1872, these companies have forged what has become the cornerstone of the local economy, an activity that brings in numerous visitors, attracted by the glamour and sophistication of wine tourism.



The essentials

- Visit cavas Codorniu.
- Take a walk in the centre of Sant Sadurní following the Modernista route.
- Visit the parish church of Sant Sadurní.


Suggestions

  • Region: Alt Penedès
  • Province: Barcelona
  • Location: Can Benet de la Prua, Can Catassús, Can Codorniu, Can Ferrer del Mas, Can Romeu, Molí d'en Guineu, el, Espiells, Fàbrica d'en Jordana, la, Mas Esperó, Monistrol d'Anoia, Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, Vilarnau
  • Size: 19
  • Inhabitants: 11617

Economic activity

The primary crop is vineyards. The industrial activities also have a long tradition, especially those related to agriculture. Today, Sant Sadurní d’Anoia is known as the cava (sparkling wine produced in Catalonia) capital, thanks to the presence of brands such as Codorníu, Castellblanch and Freixenet. Most of these companies are family businesses.

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