Only about 10 kilometers from L'Hospitalet de l'Infant, leaving the county road C-44, we come to the inland villages of the municipality: Masriudoms, and Vandellòs Masboquera. These three nuclei are "Vall de Llors."
The core of Vandellòs is at an altitude of 300 meters above sea level; These villages offer a different way of living a peaceful holiday in contact with nature. As part of a picturesque landscape, there are other little towns like Gavadà currently uninhabited, Genesis, Remullà, Fatges and Castelló.
The territory that now defines the city of Vandellòs and L'Hospitalet de l'Infant has been occupied for centuries by different civilizations. The proof is the existence of different archaeological sites found in the town such as cave paintings, made with the rock art painting technique called "Levantine" and dated between the seventh and the second millennium before Christ. These cave paintings were discovered in the Cova de l'Escoda, (Vandellòs) and 4 pictograms have documented schematic and naturalistic style stylized representations corresponding to two human figures, a doe and pigment remains difficult to interpret.
The geographical situation of the municipality, the Ebre, Camp de Tarragona and inland areas has allowed over the years that the inhabitants of these lands establish contact with other cultures creating routes for the exchange of goods and people.
The inland villages, Masboquera, Masriudoms and Vandellòs form the “Vall de Llors". This was a territory with a large expanse of Laureles, thus making the name. In Vandellòs, the church of Sant Andreu (1773) and its streets and squares, typical of mountain villages, will lead the Mirador del Castell with an interesting view.
In Masriudoms, you must visit the bell tower of the thirteenth century and the old public utility located in the Plaça de la Font. In Masboquera, where we find a horse riding, horse riding can do for our municipal, and thus better understand our nature and enjoy the splendid scenery.
In Molí de Vandellòs not only find the space and the original machinery of this mill, but also you can see it working, you can listen to the testimony of the millers who have used it and enjoy a great movie of the seventies, with the old mill at full capacity.
The old mill has been restored Vandellòs restored and has become an interpretive center, a pioneer in its industry, dedicated to the oil.
Authentic building is complemented by a modern museology (panels audiovisual hyperrealist resin figures, audio guides, voiced) invites us to discover and explore the world of oil and sorprendiéndote walking to each corner.
Finally, to complete the tour, you can taste the oil Vall de Llors. Quite an experience!
Entering the heart of Vandellòs we find "Ca la Torre". It is the most significant manor town and takes its name from this architectural element because it contains a defense tower of the medieval period. These towers were built near the coast and also at home and place of observation and protection against attacks by pirates who threatened our shores
Castelló is a town inhabited since the 50's. In winter brought to life by representing the "Nativity of the Stars" where visitors can see how rural life was a town known for centuries and the major trades that are developed. Moving about freely in the village of Castelló you can enjoy crafts staged over thirty years ago by characters who used these jobs as a way of life: listening to the blows of hot iron in the forge, to see the horse was turned on while whisking wheat , exit through the smoke of the coal, and so on. All this and more will find it in the manger of the Stars!
EIn the municipality of Vandellòs and L'Hospitalet de l'Infant can find more than fifty sources, located in 6 routes to discover, enjoy and deepen their history. The font paths are suitable for all audiences, and ranging from the most accessible to those with a higher degree of difficulty. Some of these routes can be made on foot or by bike, but also there that allow part of the drive.
The six routes from municipal sources Vandellòs and L'Hospitalet de l'Infant are:
To find the path of each of the routes, you can contact the Tourism Hall of Vandellòs and L'Hospitalet de l'Infant.
Genessies La Mola is a mountain of 711 meters which is located between the towns of Vandellós - Hospitalet de l'Infant and Tivissa.
The area of the mountains of Tivissa - Vandellòs historically been sparsely populated, with a predominance of natural elements over the production of cultural landscape. However, the low level of land use, settlement has occurred since ancient times, as evidenced by the Iberian settlements Genessies Mola. To discover this settlement Ibero, there is a simple circular path for walking.
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