Caldes de Montbui The Essential
Sheltered by the El Farell mountain, Caldes was one of the most popular spa towns on the Iberian peninsula during Roman times, attracting bathers to its hot spa waters (76°C). The town is also famous for its production of carquinyolis, small, dry almond biscuits.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Caldes de Montbui
Church of Santa Maria de Caldes of Montbui
Church of Santa Maria de Caldes of Montbui
The fine baroque portal, with its six
15 minutes
Museu Thermalia
Museu Thermalia
The old Hospital Santa Susanna now
Roman Baths of Caldes de Montbui
Roman Baths of Caldes de Montbui
The ruins are next to the Font del Lleó
30 minutes