One of the most nerve tickling Catalonian traditions is the building of human towers. This tradition stems from the 18th century and was first developed in the Tarragona region. In the 20thcentury, especially since democratisation in the 80s, the castells spread over all of Catalonia and became a symbol of the own Catalan culture.
The Claramunt Castle completes the views over the plateau from the Rosemary and Lavender apartment living rooms, as well as from the garden terrace.
The valleys surrounding Can Gramunt have had a paper making tradition for hundreds of years. At the “Riera de Carme” stream as well as at the Anoia river, which gives the region its name, sixteen of these impressive paper mill buildings can be found in a radius of only fifteen kilometres.
Sitges is one of those coastal towns that have managed to maintain its character despite increasing tourism. The narrow streets lead down to the seaside promenade, framed by the Bartomeus I Santa Tecla church.