This small 10th century castle built on rock enjoyed an impressive view of the surrounding area. The remains of various structures are visible.
The most noteworthy feature of this castle dating from the 12th century is the albarrana tower that overlooks the royal way as it passes between the Òdena basin and the Penedès area.
An 11th century castle that was extended in later periods. Its most noteworthy feature is a great hall with a barrel-vaulted roof.
The castle dates back to the 11th century. Some sections of its perimeter walls and the church of Romanesque origin have been preserved. In the 17th century a large rectangular-shaped house known as Casa dels Móra was built over part of the complex.
Argençola Castle was built at the turn of the 11th century for the purpose of protecting the area against frequent raids by the Moors. Only the circular tower and two other rooms remain visible today, the rest of the castle’s structures having been reduced to archaeological remain.
This imposing fortress is enclosed by a wall of large ashlars and crowned by a building with towers. It boasts a superb view of the surrounding area.
The most noteworthy remaining features of this castle today are the cylindrical tower and the adjoining Romanesque church, with a peculiar pebble wall. It played an important role in the repopulation of Anoia and overlooked an area rich in natural resources.
The Contrast Tower, dating back to at least the 13th century, is a perfect example of a tower designed as a standalone construction, with a cylindrical form and entrance on the first floor.
The castle of the Tower of Claramunt is one of the few in the Anoia area that is still inhabited. Dating back to the 11th century, the building underwent various extensions in different periods. Its most noteworthy features are its Renaissance-style south and east façades, built at the end of the 16th century.