Vilanova i la Geltrú boasts a rich and valuable cultural heritage through which you can explore the city’s history. Noteworthy elements include the palaces and manor houses of the so-called indianos (natives who returned to the city having made their fortune in the Americas), historical squares, monumental fountains, romantic gardens, and majestic sculptures and monuments.
Explore the city from end to end!
Pasiphae, sculpted by Òscar Estruga is made of three tons of bronze and is set facing the shores of the Mediterranean sea, the same waters that bathe the island of Crete.
Located at the easternmost end of Vilanova i la Geltru, each night it enlightens the coastline and the town with its three white light beams
18th-century square in the Romantic-neoclassical style located in the city centre. This is a popular meeting place for locals and one of the city’s main landmarks, lined by cafés, wine bars and restaurants, and surrounded by shopping streets.
The elevated promenade and the fountain with the whale tail are two new reference spaces in the Trajo de Garbí area and a new tourist attraction.