Figaró-Montmany is a small municipality in the comarca of El Vallès Oriental with a population of about 1,100 inhabitants, which is formed by the village of El Figaró and the original village of Montmany de Puiggraciós, which is now virtually uninhabited.
Nestled beneath the mountain of Tagamanent, El Figaró is home to old buildings such as the 12th century Hostalet de la Merceria, the Modernista Hotel Congost and Rubinat Castle or the church of Sant Rafael, both of which are 19th century.
Figaró-Montmany is located in the north of El Vallès Oriental, next to Sant Martí de Centelles in the comarca of Osona. In El Vallès Oriental only Aiguafreda and Tagamanent are located further to the north.
Included in the picturesque municipality is the valley of Sant Cristòfol de Monteugues, where there is a Romanesque hermitage of the same name, and the valley formed by the Vallcàrcara stream, which is home to the also Romanesque hermitage of Sant Pere de Vallcàrcara.
They also celebrate the Festa del Pi i dels Sants Patrons at the end of April.
By Road: Figaró-Montmany is only 40 kilometres from Barcelona and easily accessed by the C17 Motorway.
By Train: Figaró is on the R3 Local Trains line that runs from Barcelona to Puigcerdà.
If you understand some Catalan, you can find up to date news about Figaró-Montmany on the Ajuntament de Figaró-Montany Website.
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