Tripallocavipasec! A Sunday in Palau-solità and Plegamans

Did you know that the series from TV3 (Catalonia’s* generalist public TV broadcaster) “Les de l ‘hoquei”, whose protagonist is the female hoquei, was recorded in the sports hall of the municipality?

You can also find the Teia Moner’s workshop where you can discover the fantastic world of puppets as an educational and therapeutic tool?

Palau is a municipality historically formed by two population centers: the Palau-solità and the Plegamans. You will find heritage elements as surprising as the Menhir de la Pedra Llarga, a megalithic monument; the church of Santa Maria de Palau, of Romanesque origin, or that of Sant Genís, an imposing construction of the twentieth century.

Oh! And you can’t miss the Medieval Market, which is held every year around the Castle of Plegamans during the month of May, with shows, tournaments with horses, guided tours and much more!

We invite you to spend a different Sunday with your family in Palau, full of culture and nature.


Visit to the Castle of Plegamans and the Folch i Torres Museum-Archive

Does the word tripallocavipasec mean anything to you?! It is the greeting of the Kukamuskes, characters from the work of Josep Maria Folch i Torres in the “Les extraordinaries aventures de Massagran” (The Extraordinary Adventures of Massagran). The visit that we propose will allow you to discover the Archive-Museum of the foundation dedicated to the five brothers Folch i Torres (a very prolific family in Catalan culture!) and the magnificent building of the castle.

You can check the conditions of the guided tours on this link.

Visiting hours:

Sundays and holidays, from 10 am to 1pm.

Working days, visit by appointment.

Fundació Folch i Torres – Castell de Plegamans

Tel. +34 938644359

Parc de l’Hostal del Fum

Once you have visited the Castle, we suggest you visit the Park of the Hostal del Fum, a splendid park of lush vegetation with wooded areas, meadows, a creek and water ponds. There you can get on the Tren de Palau (Palau’s Train) that takes a tour that will make you discover the attractions of the Park.

Opening times:

The Palau’s train runs on Sundays from 11 am to 1.15 pm.

On this link you can find more information and check out the opening hours of the Park.


At the end of the tour, you can stay for lunch outdoors. Prepare the checkered towel and the cooler! In the Park of the hostel del Fum you can eat under the shade and children can run and play. There is a picnic area with wooden tables and toilets.

If you prefer to eat in a restaurant, in Palau you will find a wide offer with proposals for all tastes. Walking through the city centre or the outskirts, you can stay the night wherever you like!


After lunch you can stretch your legs, stroll along stroll along the green circle that borders the Caldes stream, and admire the fauna and flora of this region. This is paved course that you can take on foot or by bicycle. You can start the path in the Espai Jove de l’Escorxador or in the same Park of the Hostal del Fum.

How to get there

On this link you can check out the information about how to get to the municipality.



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