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Iberians, Greeks and Romans
L’Hospital del Coll de Balaguer
La Torre de l’Illot del Torn. Defence tower.
Molí de Vandellòs. Interpretation Centre for Olive Oil
Ca la Torre
The fortifications of the Civil War
El Pla de l’Albercoquer ammunition dump
The Masies (country villas)
Masia de Castelló
El Poblat Hifrensa village by Antonio Bonet Castellana
The gegants (giants) of Prince Peter of Aragon and Blanche of Anjou
The gegant (giant) of Friar Celestí
El Cavallet de Mar / The Seahorse
El Boc (The Billy Goat)
Els Capgrossos (Big-Heads)
L’Home dels Nassos (The Man of the Noses)
Ball de diables de l’Hospitalet de l’Infant (Dance of the Devils)
Colla de diablos de Vandellòs troupe
La Rojala and the Del Torn beach
The area of La Rojala and the Del Torn beach is a coastal area of dunes with scrub and pine vegetation. The beach has fine golden sand and crystal clear waters. At one end is the Illot del Torn islet, a rocky headland that conserves the remains of a 16th century watchtower, from where there are wonderful views of the cliffs and Cala Justell cove.
The landscape around La Rojala is of great beauty and is included in the Plan for Areas of Natural Interest.
We recommend a walk along the El Torn footpath, which ventures through pine forests and scrubland.