23 Sights in Badalona, Spain (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Badalona, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 23 sights are available in Badalona, Spain.

Sightseeing Tours in Badalona

1. Monestir de Sant Jeroni de la Murtra

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Sant Jeroni de la Murtra or Nostra Senyora de la Vall de Betlem is an ancient monastery of the Jerónimos order, located in the Poià or Betlem valley, in the Marina mountain range, in the Canyet district of Badalona (Barcelonès). It was declared a historic-artistic monument of national interest in 1975, and later, in 2014, a Cultural Asset of National Interest, both the monastery and its grounds and the entire valley of Poià or Betlem, which also include, for example, the hermitages of Sant Climent and Sant Onofre, the old hermitage of La Miranda or the aqueduct of Dosrius. In addition, the old monastery also occupies the first position among the so-called seven treasures of the cultural heritage of Badalona, which were chosen in 2010 on the occasion of the capital of Catalan culture of the city.

Wikipedia: Sant Jeroni de la Murtra (CA), Website

2. Teatre Zorrilla

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The Zorrilla Theater is a Badalona show room founded in 1868. It was the second theater in the city, and throughout its history it has hosted different types of shows, as well as functioning as a cinema between 1905 and 1970 , from 1954 by the name of Cinema Aya. Many prominent companies and actors, such as Enric Borràs or Margarida Xirgu, have performed. It has been owned by the City Council of Badalona since 1986 and is one of the three municipal theaters in the city. On January 21, 1999 he was reopened as the performing arts center in Badalona. It has a stable program, as well as being the seat of festivals such as Filmets, the Li-Chang Magic or the Blues & Rhythms.

Wikipedia: Teatre Zorrilla (Badalona) (CA)

3. Baetulo

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Bètulo is a city founded by the Romans on a hill by the sea around 100 BC, where the city of Badalona is currently located. The walled enclosure of the city occupied an approximate space of 11 hectares and was part of a project of foundations close to the Mediterranean coast. It is worth noting the exceptional nature of Baetulo, since in Catalonia there are few examples of currently inhabited cities that have remains of this magnitude. The declaration of Baetulo as a Cultural Asset of National Interest (BCIN) in 1995 definitively confirmed this exceptionality.

Wikipedia: Baetulo (CA)

4. Farmàcia Serentill

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Farmàcia Serentill

Serentill Pharmacy is a commercial pharmacy establishment that, due to its historical and architectural heritage character, is protected as a cultural asset of local interest in Badalona (Barcelonès). The business was founded in the late nineteenth century by Eduard Serentill i Tebé, and has continued to operate since then in the hands of the same family. The current appearance of the pharmacy, which dates back to 1924, is the work of the architect from Badalona Joan Amigó i Barriga, who gave it a Noucentista look.

Wikipedia: Farmàcia Serentill (CA)

5. Poblat ibèric del Turó d'en Boscà

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Poblat ibèric del Turó d'en Boscà Enrique Íñiguez Rodríguez (Qoan) / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Iberian settlement of the Turó d'en Boscà is a Laietà village from the fourth century BC located on the summit of the hill of Boscà, in Badalona (Barcelonès), which corresponds to the Iberian Seca of Baitolo, which beat coins of Bronze between the second century BC and the beginning of the 1st century BC. The village is on the summit and slopes of one of the hills of the Litoral Range, between the Canyet and Pomar valleys, to the west of Mas Boscà. The hill is signposted and protected by an iron fence.

Wikipedia: Poblat ibèric del Turó d'en Boscà (CA)

6. Ermita de Sant Onofre

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Ermita de Sant Onofre

The hermitage of Sant Onofre is a small chapel located in the Badalona district of Canyet built in 1498 by the monks of Sant Jeroni de la Murtra in the serrat de les Ermites, at the top of the hill of Sant Onofre, between the torrent of the Font Santa and the Coll de les Ermites. Together with the hill of Sant Climent it forms the Serrat de les Ermites. It can be reached by the path that leaves the Coll de Vallençana or the one that passes through the Coll de Puig Castellar, from Santa Coloma de Gramenet.

Wikipedia: Ermita de Sant Onofre (CA)

7. parc del G4

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parc del G4

The Parc del G4 is a park located in the Montigalà district of Badalona, opened in 1994. It has considerable dimensions with an area of 6 ha. It is bounded by Carrer de la Ciència, Travessera de Montigalà, Camí de Sant Jeroni de la Murtra and Avinguda de la Comunitat Europea. It is accessed by Science Street and European Community Avenue. It is an esplanade of meadow of forest character, with pines, cork oaks and Mediterranean shrub. The park is upholstered with mowed grass, and the roads are paved.

Wikipedia: Parc del G4 (CA)

8. Poblat ibèric de Puig Castellar

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The Iberian village of Puig Castellar is a Iberian village located in Santa Coloma de Gramenet, on the summit of Puig Castellar, 303 m. It was founded by the Tribe of the Laietans around the 6th century BC and was abandoned between the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC. The old part, in the sun, and the new part, in the shady side, can be highlighted. It is one of the best preserved Iberian villages around the city of Barcelona. Currently, the village of Puig Castellar is visitable and guided tours can be made.

Wikipedia: Poblat ibèric del Puig Castellar (CA)

9. Puig Castellar

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Puig Castellar

Puig Castellar, also known as Turó del Pollo, which derives from 'polló', is a mountain of 303 meters that is located between the municipalities of Santa Coloma de Gramenet, in the region of Barcelonès and Montcada i Reixac, in the region of Vallès Occidental. This hill served as a reference point for fishermen from Badalona. At the top a geodesic vertex and the site of the Iberian settlement of Puig Castellar.

Wikipedia: Puig Castellar (Serra de Marina) (CA)

10. parc del Turó d'en Caritg

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parc del Turó d'en Caritg

The Turó d'en Caritg, the official name given by the Badalona City Council, although it has also been standardized by the ICGC as a hill of Carig, and previously known as the hill of Claris, is a small elevation of The city of Badalona today converted into an urban park. It is located in the Sistrells district and stands out as the second highest point of the Serra d'en Mena, at an altitude of 71m.

Wikipedia: Turó d'en Caritg (CA)

11. Jardi de Quint Licini

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Jardi de Quint Licini

The garden of Quintus Licinius is an archaeological site from the Roman era of Badalona, currently a museum and part of the set of spaces of the Museum of Badalona, and which is located in the basement of the Plaça de l'Assemblea de Catalunya, 3. It is an ancient garden of a Roman domus in the city of Baetulo, in the center of which was a swimming pool, today only partially preserved.

Wikipedia: Jardí de Quint Licini (CA)

12. Turó de l'Enric

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Turó de l'Enric Autors: membres de la plataforma Salvem el Turó de l'Enric. https://www.facebook.com/salvemelturodelenric / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Turó de l'Enric is a hill located at the top of the Torrent de la Font, in the Morera district of Badalona. It is the highest point of the Morera neighborhood and, with a height of 90.50 meters, forms the main green area of the neighborhood and the great space for walking, recreation and rest for its inhabitants and the surrounding neighborhoods.

Wikipedia: Turó de l'Enric (CA)

13. parc del Gran Sol

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parc del Gran Sol

Parc del Gran Sol is a park located in the Sant Joan de Llefià district of Badalona. It has 1.80 ha and is bounded by Doctor Bassols Avenue, Asia Street, Juan Valera and Africa Avenue, with access in all perimeter streets. It was inaugurated in 1985 and is an urban park for neighborhood use located within a sector of high-density housing.

Wikipedia: Parc del Gran Sol (CA)

14. Parc de la Riera de Canyadó

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Parc de la Riera de Canyadó

The Parc de la Riera de Canyadó is a park located next to the neighborhoods of Canyadó, Casagemes, Les Guixeres, Pomar and Morera in Badalona, on the stretch of the homonymous stream and that runs between the B-20 road and the N-II. The park has an extension of 2 hectares and its project was carried out by the architect Isabel Bennassar.

Wikipedia: Parc de la Riera de Canyadó (CA)

15. parc de Can Solei i Ca l'Arnús

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parc de Can Solei i Ca l'Arnús

Can Solei i Ca l'Arnús Park is a park located in the Casagemes district of Badalona. It is considered today the great park and the true green lung of Badalona, both for its size and for its historical, landscape value and its plant and fauna richness; So much so that it is part of the network of metropolitan parks.

Wikipedia: Parc de Can Solei i Ca l'Arnús (CA)

16. Cau d'en Genís

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Cau d'en Genís

The Cova d'en Genís, also known as the Cau d'en Genís, is a paradolmen that is located in the municipality of Santa Coloma de Gramenet. It is located in the Serralada de Marina park, on the southwest slope of Pollo hill, near the hermitage of Sant Climent and 500 meters from the Puig Castellar archaeological site.

Wikipedia: Cova d'en Genís (CA), Website

17. Museu de Badalona

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The Badalona Museum, opened in 1966, hosts the remains of the Roman city of Baetulo. The remains include Roman baths, shops, housing complexes, and part of the cardo maximus and decumanus maximus. Its museum holds a collection of artifacts from its own excavations and objects from other eras relevant to the city.

Wikipedia: Badalona Museum (EN)

18. Montigalà

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The hill of Montigalà is a mountain of 152 meters that is located in the municipality of Badalona (Barcelonès) in the homonymous neighborhood, to which it gave its name. At its summit is the Montigalà Cross, a monument placed for the Constantinian Festival of 1913, which commemorated the Edict of Milan of 313.

Wikipedia: Turó de Montigalà (CA)

19. Torre Vella

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Torre Vella

The Torre Vella is a building in Badalona, a historical monument protected as a Cultural Asset of National Interest. It is located in the neighborhood of Dalt de la Vila, the old town of today's Badalona, next to the parish of Santa Maria, and was for centuries the residence of the so-called lords of Badalona.

Wikipedia: Torre Vella (Badalona) (CA)

20. Parc de Montigalà

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Parc de Montigalà

Montigalà Park is a park located in the Montigalà district of Badalona. With an area of 8.1 ha, it is bounded by Avinguda de Puigfred, Carrer de Sant Fermín, Travessera de Montigalà and Rambla de Sant Joan. It is one of the parks most visited by the citizens of Badalona, since its inauguration in 1991.

Wikipedia: Parc de Montigalà (CA)

21. parc del G5

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parc del G5

The Parc del G5 is a park located in the Montigalà district of Badalona. It was opened in 2003. It occupies an area of 4.2 ha, is bounded by Carrer d'Anna Tugas, Camí de Sant Jeroni de la Murtra and Travessera de Montigalà, with access around its perimeter; it is a continuation of Montigalà Park.

Wikipedia: Parc del G5 (CA)

22. Ermita de Sant Climent

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Ermita de Sant Climent

The Hermitage of Sant Climent is a church in Badalona included in the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia. It is located on top of the Turó de Sant Climent, which together with the hill of Sant Onofre forms the Serrat de les Ermites.

Wikipedia: Ermita de Sant Climent (CA)

23. Castell de Godmar

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The castle of Godmar or Gotmar, or Cal Comte, is a fortified farmhouse, also known as Cal Comte, located in the neighborhood of Pomar de Dalt in Badalona. It is listed as a Cultural Asset of National Interest.

Wikipedia: Castell de Godmar (CA)


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