What to see
The Icart Castle is the only civil construction in the Catalan Renaissance period still remaining in Catalonia.
It is possible to attend the fish auction held every day at the fish market.
Still remaining two interesting entrances of the ancient wall that protected the town.
Renaissance church that contains an important baroque organ of 1705.
Singular building of the route of the Indianos was initially a Charity Hospital. Baroque style of S. XVIII.
A Magnificent villa built in the 20th century by one of the most well-known families that summered here.
It is the last lighthouse that was built in the Spanish state and the highest tower in Catalonia.
This is the oldest building in the town, probably dating from the 12th or 13th century on Mudejar Style.
Roman Vilae with Residence and bathing complexes, circa 2nd century BC.
Ancient modernist school founded thanks to Antoni Roig i Copons, an Indiano from Torredembarra.
The Ermita and Cal Xeco, declared a cultural asset of local interest, which is still ina a very good state of conservation and was built over the former Clarà Castle, from the medieval era.
The streets around the Castell (castle) square hide the charm of the past.
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