Guide tours in Verdú Town. The tourism office in Verdú offers tours around the main spots in town:

  • The castle
  • Santa Maria and Sant Pere Claver church
  • Sta Magdalena fountain
  • St Miquel church.


The castle tower: since its reconstruction few years ago, it is posible to go up the tower to enjoy the impressive views.


Arqueology Museum: the collectionist Ramón Boleda has kept many iberian rests from the area.


Pottery: the most relevant tradition in town. You will find many places where they work and sell their own pottery.


Cal Talaveró vital:  art gallery and yoga and natural therapies.


Tekhinkós Foundations: they promote activities related on music, interaction and others with the aim to help disable people. 

Miró a la taula: gastronomy and art in the same restaurant


Festa de la Verema: Harvest festival the first weekend in october


Festa major de Verdú: festivities in town carried the first weekend in September


Festa Major de St. Flavià: festivities in the second week in January


Ignasi Path: it is an pilgrimage path that starts in St Ignasi’s house and goes to Loiola church in Guipúscoa and finishes in Manresa’s cave. The route crosses 5 different communities with 650km divided in 27 stages. During the stage number 23 in Catalonia Palau d’Anglesola-Verdú you could enjoy our accomodation.


Route GR-3 and PR-25 by bike and on foot: L’Ondara, Verdú and El Corb. It is a meddium level route with a distance of 17.250km (4h 20min on foot) and a ramp of +120m and -240m. You go by the GR-3 (Tàrrega, Verdú and Guimerà) and on the way back you go by the C25 (Guimerà, Verdú, El Talladell and Tàrrega).