Barcelona is located on the Mediterranean Sea and ﬂanked by two mountains (Tibidabo and Montjuïc). The architecture of the city reveals its history. the Roman ruins. Gothic centre. the XVIII century neighbourhoods, the splendour of Modernism and contemporany buildings. For those passionate of culture Barcelona has several museums of interest such as: Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), the Miro Foundation. the Picasso Museum. the Vicereine Palace (Palau de la Virreina) and Contemporary Cultural Centre (CCCB). For football lovers. the FC Barcelona Museum.
Visit Barcelona to enjoy great cuisine, shopping opportunities and urban beaches.
Figueres and Girona100 and 75 km
Figueres is at town located in the northeast of Catalunya. and its main attractive is the Dali Theatre-Museum. opened in I974. The museum was built on the ruins of the former Figueres Theatre, and contains a wide range of works that make up the artistic career of Salvador Dali (1904-1989), from his earliest artistic experiences and his surrealist creations, to the works of the last years of his life. Salvador Dali designed the space for visitors to admire his work and also live a unique experience. Of course it is highly recommended to visit the city of Girona, very interesting for its architecture, and very interesting places such as the Carolingian Wall, the Jewish Quarter (el Call), and the Gothic cathedral. On top of that, the whole region, Ampurdá. also offers an excellent cuisine. lovely beaches and Roman towns.
Sea and Mountain30 km
The beaches on the coast of Catalonia are characterized by their variety and their perfect conservation. In the north of Barcelona there are the beaches of the Costa Brava well known by the quality of the water, the beauty of its beaches and spectacular cliffs. In the south of Barcelona, the Costa Daurada is located in the province of Tarragona and one of the attractions in the area include Port Aventura theme park and the city of Tarragona, declared World Heritage Site for its Roman ruins.
Very near Mas Berenguer enjoy the Montseny Natural Park, declared Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1978. An ideal setting for mountain biking, trekking, guided tours, horse riding or nature walks. In the Montseny Natural Park there are several medieval villages to sample to taste handicrafts products of the area.
Circuit de Catalunya25 km
Less than half an hour by car is the Circuit de Catalunya, which hosts various international competitions such as Formula I Gran Premio de España and MotoGP World Championship.
La Roca Village is a very important luxury outlet shopping mall. a mediterranean town shaped by different brand outlet stores selling luxury goods. Two kilometres away from Mas Berenguer is the town of La Garriga. known for its hot springs and thermal baths, as well as its modernist houses.
Nearby Mas Berenguer there are several golf courses.