Cornellà de Llobregat is one of the most extensive municipalities in the Baix Llobregat
. Its proximity to towns such as Barcelona
city or L'Hospitalet de Llobregat makes it an important transit area. Their Holiday cottages are on the outskirts of the municipality very close to natural areas
such as the Llobregat River. On the other hand, you can take advantage of your stay to visit its historical heritage or visit one of its shopping centers. Take advantage of all the possibilities offered by the Holiday cottages of Cornellà de Llobregat.
What can you do in Cornellà de Llobregat and its Holiday cottages?
Cornellà de Llobregat has Roman origins. In fact, its name comes from the term Cornealinus. The first written references to the city come from the year 980. From the 13th century it was part of the territory of Barcelona
or did not become independent until 1716.
Commerce is one of the main economic activities of the municipality. Throughout its territory you will find large establishments as well as small traditional shops. You also have an important gastronomic offer
where tapas establishments and traditional Catalan cuisine stand out.
Discover its historical heritage
Cornellà de Llobregat stands out for having an important historical heritage. One of the best-known buildings is its castle, which was originally built as a defense tower. In 2000 it was rehabilitated and is currently the seat of the municipal archive. Throughout the territory there are farmhouses that carried out a strong agricultural activity. The best known are Can Manso, Can Serra, Can Valhonrat or Can Maragall. Another well-known building is the Palau de Can Mercader which is home to the city's museum.
Enjoy its green spaces
Cornellà de Llobregat has numerous green areas. In the Can Corts park you can walk and rest under the shade of its pine trees. Another park that you must visit is the Infanta Park, where you will find numerous recreational areas for the rogue. You can also see the Camprubí house, a building built in 1927 by the architect Josep Mª Jujol.