Torre Bellesguard de Gaudí

Torre Bellesguard  de Gaudí declared an Asset of Cultural Interest on July 24, 1969, is one of the most unique and symbolic works.
Built between 1900 and 1909, of all Antoni Gaudí’s works, the Torre Bellesguard is the one with the most history.

Thanks to the abundance of its underground water and the purity of its air, this place has always been inhabited.
It became a royal residence in 1408 when the monarch Martí I, last king of Casal de Barcelona, moved to live in Bellesguard until his death in 1410. Even today we can find in the vicinity of the building built by Gaudí, the medieval remains of the palace and the walls.
Many are the characters that have met in Bellesguard for centuries, crossed stories full of coincidences and causalities, great biographies and very important events have met in this small piece of land, full of traces and memories of past times.
All this history greatly influenced Antoni Gaudí, who built a unique work in Bellesguard, architecturally halfway between Gothic and modernism, loaded with symbolism and allusions to the past, surrounded by beautiful gardens where you lose track of time and let -be imbued with the essence and magic of Gaudí’s most unknown and fascinating work.

180 M2
80-120 Pax.
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