HOTEL TERMES LA GARRIGA
in La Garriga
La Garriga is a municipality in the Vallès Oriental region. Located 40 kilometres from Barcelona, it forms part of the Montseny Natural Park.
The village of La Garriga is crossed from north to south by the river Congost, a tributary of the river Besòs.
The town’s urban structure is strongly marked by the Paseo, an urban thoroughfare opened in 1878 and almost a kilometre long, shaded by two rows of 272 enormous plane trees originally from the Devesa de Girona park. It is the most stately avenue in La Garriga.
La Garriga is known throughout Catalonia for its most important industry, the furniture industry, as well as for its thermal springs, its modernist summer resort buildings and the carpets of flowers that are made during the Corpus Christi festival.
The Maurí Museum and Library-Foundation, located in Carrer de Cardedeu in La Garriga, contains the testamentary legacy of the illustrious notary José Maurí y Serra, a favourite son of La Garriga.
LA ROCA VILLAGE
Just 12 km from Termes la Garriga is La Roca Village, a beautiful Mediterranean village where you’ll never tire of strolling and the ideal destination for an unforgettable day of luxury shopping.
More than 130 boutiques with the most chic national and international brands and discounts of up to 60% all year round. At La Roca Village you will find everything you need to relax with family or friends.
Open Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 22:00.
MONTSENY NATURAL PARK
If you are looking for natural landscapes, 42 minutes from La Garriga you can visit the Montseny Natural Park. It includes territories of the counties of Osona, Vallès Oriental and La Selva. It is remarkable for its pronounced reliefs and its rich ecological variety. For this reason, in 1978 UNESCO declared it a biosphere reserve.
This natural park is the oldest in Catalonia and is also one of the most important, since in a relatively small area there are plant communities typical of the three great European biomes: the Mediterranean (holm oaks, cork oaks and Aleppo pines), the Eurosiberian (Scots pine, beech and white fir) and the Boreo-Alpine (alpine meadow).
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