The Alt Camp is a region that includes mountains, ancient villages, plains, valleys, rivers, churches, houses, abandoned villages, and two bigger towns, Valls, the capital of Alt Camp and Alcover.
The calçotada, a traditional eating festivity attracts many tourists to this region during the spring. But there is more to see, like the
spectacular monastery of Santes Creus, which is part of the famous Cistercian Route, the capital Valls, known for the birthplace of the human towers, the so-called castells.
Alt Camp keeps alive traditions. Like the Three Tombs, antique carriages pulled by horses and mules, the Calçotada Festival in January, the Firagost, an agricultural fair in August. In the area one can enjoy the summer concert series at Santes Creus, the harvest festival in Cabra del Camp, the Bandolers Fair in Alcover, the Festival of Christ in the Pont of Armentera, the Congregation of the church Loreto in Bràfim, the Fair of Vila-rodona, the festival of the wind at el Pla de Santa Maria, and many more local Festa Major.
In Valls there are many places to visit, like the Chapel of Rosario with the famous tiles of the Battle of Lepanto, the Museum of Valls, the second in contemporary Catalan art, the church of San Juan with the highest bell tower of Catalonia, the village Pla de Santa Maria with the Romanesque church of San Ramon, the Roman Columbarium in Vila-rodona, at Montferri the modernist church of Montserrat, in Alcover the paleontological museum of Ca Batista, the interpretation center of the watchtowers in Figuerola del Camp .. . and many other monuments that are located throughout the county.
It is the ideal place for nature lovers when practicing your favorite activity: hiking, cycling, horseback riding, hunting, fishing, mushroom hunting, etc..
A large network of rural roads, and historic paths and trails marked and approved as GR©, SL©, PR© that pass through the region are there to explore, and to find stunning landscapes and beautiful sceneries.
Download the map of the region here
TOURISM OF ALT CAMP
Phone number: 977 60 85 60