Cerdanyola, at the foot of the Parc Natural de la Serra de Collserola, is a city in a strategic position, which has conditioned its strong urban development. It preserves, however, many green spaces and the legacy of its agricultural past.
In the town you can contemplate different hamlets such as Can Saperes, a 16th century building very transformed and now of municipal use; Can Cordelles, a house built in the 16th century, but which was reconstructed around 1865; Can Xarau, surrounded by flats, or Can Fatjó del Molí, which still preserves ancient items, such as the voussoir doorway and the two Gothic ogee windows.
In the mountain range of Collserola you can find the masia Can Coll, where it is situated the Centre d’Educació Ambiental of the park, and not far away, the Masia de Can Catà, surrounded by a private nature reserve of 70 hectares located in the valley of the Feixes and open to the public the first and third Sunday of each month.
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Masia of Can Coll
Exceptional center where participate in activities focused on the natural environment.
When was the last time you enjoyed a nice picnic with your family or friends? Do not hesitate and repeat the experience!