Castell de Gelida Gelida

Camí Castell, s/n Gelida

The castle of Gelida was a fortress, which had its origin in the 10th century in the context of the border that separated the territories of Al-Andalus and the Catalan counties, it is formed by the building of the castle and the church of Sant Pedro, also from 10th century. Over the centuries it has gone through different owners and uses, becoming a Gothic residence and finally being abandoned with the construction of the House of the Lord in the town of Gelida.

The visible structures today are the result of a historical process throughout which phases of abandonment and reconstruction have occurred, also marked by changes in the functionality of the spaces.

It currently has the Castell de Gelida Interpretation Center, a space for visitors. Equipped with two floors, it has an information, services and shop space and a permanent exhibition on the history and significance of the castle.

It offers a range of possibilities to get to know the castle and the historical and natural heritage of Gelida, such as guided tours, educational activities, workshops and other activities that are scheduled throughout the year and are adapted to different types of audiences.

Gelida Castle opens its doors to the public from Wednesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The guided tour is offered at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

Visit options:

  • A walk through the Castle: this is a free visit where you can learn about the history of Gelida Castle at your own pace.

  • A Castle and a church: guided tour to learn about the history of Sant Pere del Castell, currently it is the building in the best state of conservation.

  • A Castle Stone in Stone: guided tour of the complete Gelida Castle, where you will get to know all the spaces of the castle.


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