Other points of interest in the area
Located between the sea and the mountains and surrounded by the Gavarres, Cassà boasts some extraordinary natural scenery. Some of the routes pass through these places of historical interest. Feel free to explore them!
A space which, during the Second World War, was used as an aerodrome; currently, however, it is only seen as a field.
Aqueductes of Can Vilallonga
A national heritage site in the category of ethnological interest.The aqueductes de Can Vilallonga are a remarkable example of making good use of wàter on behalf of the inhabitants of Cassà. They belong to Can Vilallonga (a country estate) which is run by the Consorci de les Gavarres (the Gavarres Committee). From here you can take the Water Trail, which is on the Natura Local application.
Country estate managed by the Consorci de les Gavarres, which is in Cassà de la Selva, at the heart of the Gavarres.
It is easily accessible by car and is used as a nature centre for school groups. It also offers orienteering courses and other sports.
Can Vilallonga is in a fantàstic spot to begin walks into the Gavarres.
House and chapel of el Remei
Built in the 17th and 18th centúries in Sangosta. The Remei gathering is celebrated in October.
Built in 1889 in a neo-classical style and opened in 1910.
Font de la mina (Fountain of the Mine)
From the 19th century this was where wàter was first pumped for the population of Cassà de la Selva.
Municipal leisure space. Open from April to October. If you would like to use the space you must call the Town Hall of Cassà de la Selva.
Iberian town of Puig del Castell
Iberian archaeological remains at the heart of the Gavarres. It was first documented in 1964.
Harvest fields in Esclet
Situated in Esclet and protected due to its special flora and local birds which flock there at certain times of the year. It is next to Sant Vicenç d’Esclet where there is a social gathering each January.
Tomb of the unknown soldier
The place where a Republican soldier was buried during the Civil War (1936-1939). Here lies a stone burial mound and a cross of flowers. This spot has become a symbol of the Civil War and a historic record for the town.
Private collection of sculpture in the open air. To make an appointment, call 972 46 30 81. More information at www.parcart.net.