Discover Manresa

Pere III boulevard during the Summer
A pleasant talk during a Spring afternoon at Pere III boulevard

Manresa—a town steeped in history, over a thousand years old, proudly stands as the capital of Central Catalonia. With a population of 76,000, this charming, human-sized city offers a rich tapestry of architectural and cultural heritage waiting to be explored.

Discover the Natural Beauty Surrounding Manresa

Vineyard in Manresa surroundings

Manresa is encircled by a stunning mosaic of wild and agricultural spaces, creating a beautiful natural belt just a short walk from the bustling downtown. Whether you’re running through the lush Bages D.O. vineyards or cycling alongside the serene Llobregat River, outdoor adventures await at every turn. As you explore the enchanting surroundings, you'll be treated to the breathtaking sight of Montserrat mountain, standing majestically in the background. Embrace the blend of nature and activity that makes Manresa a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.

Your Gateway to Catalonia's Diverse Landscapes

Pedraforca peak

Nestled near the geographical center of Catalonia, Manresa offers an unbeatable location for exploration and adventure. In just an hour's drive, you can find yourself basking on the Mediterranean beaches, scaling the majestic peaks of the Pyrenees, or wandering the vast plains of Lleida. This prime location makes it effortless to enjoy a spring afternoon by the sea or a thrilling winter morning on the ski slopes. Embrace the convenience and variety that Manresa has to offer, where every season brings new possibilities for unforgettable experiences.

Be Part of Its Long History

Pont Nou. Built around 1320 over Cardoner River.

In Manresa, the profound legacy of the Middle Ages welcomes newcomers, immersing them in a captivating journey through time. The town's important heritage offers a deep sense of connection to its storied past. For an enriching experience, visit the Tourism Office or explore the treasures of the Baroque Museum. Here, you'll uncover the fascinating tales and cultural riches that make Manresa a truly timeless destination.

Interior of Sta. Maria de l´Alba —la Seu— gothic cathedral. XIV-XV century.

El Casino. Modernist style building. A former private club, nowadays is a public library.

Kursaal. Built as a movie theater, since 2007 is a public theater.

Experience the Dynamic Cultural Tapestry of Manresa

Correfoc. Among the most striking fire traditions you can live in Catalonia.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant cultural scene of Manresa, where history and modernity blend seamlessly. Enjoy lively festivals, captivating performances, and local traditions that bring the community together in celebration. With every visit, you’ll discover new facets of Manresa’s rich cultural tapestry, making it a dynamic and inspiring destination for all.

Street performance of the band Gossos. © Regió7

Les Farchies. Final show of the annual Mediterranean festival. © Santi Carbonell

Balkan Paradise Orchestra performance.