Subirats Castle

The viewpoint of the reconquest in Penedès

The Subirats Castle is a splendid viewpoint over Penedès and the Montserrat mountains. A long history is hidden behind the castle walls. In fact, from this historical enclave, you can catch a glimpse of Catalan history during the turbulent centuries of the reconquest.

It was one of the first castles built at the beginning of the 10th century when Sunyer, the Count of Barcelona, began the conquest of the Penedès against the Saracens. Where in 1307, Geralda de Codines, who had been accused of witchcraft and heresy, accused the Muslim Axa of the same and of living off of the castellan of the Castle.

The frontier castle, with an imposing 19-meter high tower and the Romanesque church of Sant Pere del Castell (today the Sanctuary of Mare de Déu de la Font Santa) are a testament to these stories that remained hidden until the fortification’s survival after the Reapers’ War in the 17th Century.

A historian guide will lead the guided tour, lasting 45 minutes. It can be completed with a walk around the surroundings and an unguided visit to the medieval village of Torre-ramona or the Torrota de Can Llopart.


Guided tours on weekends at 10:30 a.m. or 12:00 noon.
Booking is required by phone 93 899 34 99 or by email at

Arranged visits for groups and schools.


Guided tour of the main heritage attractions.

Tour with information panels around the castle grounds.
Walking tours around the castle.

Public parking.

Toilets on-site.

Visit not adapted to people with reduced mobility.

Virtual tour

We invite you to visit the Subirats Castle through the 360° virtual tour.

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Book your visit

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If you want a special reservation (schools, companies, large groups, etc.) use our contact form.

Other experiences

Combined tour of Subirats Castle, Cavas Olivé Batllori and Mirador de les Caves

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