Martorell is home to a significant historic - artistic heritage of almost every period in history: the emblematic Pont del Diable Roman bridge; Rosanes Castle, San Genís de Rocafort, and Sant Joan chapel are medieval; Santa Llúcia courtyard and Santa Maria façade are Renaissance period; the old Capuchin convent, the Seny de les Hores and the cavalry barracks date back to the 17th and 18th centuries; and there are many decorated 19th century buildings around the old town.
The Enrajolada-Santacana museum and the Vicenç Ros municipal museum both house excellent ceramic collections. Visitors can complete their tour by going to the flour and paper mills and the Can Bros colony, a reminder of the industrial era
Plaça de la Vila, 1
08760 Martorell Barcelona