Medieval village of Torre-ramona
One of the most undiscovered historical centres of Penedès is the monumental combination of the Romanesque church of Sant Joan Sesrovires and this fortified Gothic-Renaissance style palace that gives the area and different buildings of medieval origin their name, along with the headquarters of the Cava Sant Sadurní Association (Confraria del Cava Sant Sadurní).
The medieval village of Torre-ramona, with only about 50 inhabitants, can be visited via the surprising and mysterious Torre-ramona guided tour.
The visit passes through the interior of the church of Sant Joan Sesrovires and the parish cemetery, the workshop house of the painter Cathrine Bergsrud, the walled enclosure and the inner courtyard of the Palau Gralla and the Cava Sant Sadurní Association.
The village is surrounded by vineyards, at the foot of the Subirats Castle and the Torrota d’en Pasteres and near the Anoia River. A unique environment for walking that offers breathtaking landscape portraits.
Local-guided tour of the medieval village
A glass of cava tasting at the end of the visit
Every July the stage is set for the Music Festival concerts in the vineyards
Visit not adapted to people with reduced mobility.