Sun and golden sand
Roda de Berà has three kilometres of coast, with beaches of fine golden sand in which to breathe tranquillity, charming places to get excited and enjoy the sea, sun, and nature with your family.
The Arco de Berà, built by the Romans at the end of the first century BC, is one of the world’s best-preserved honorary arches. It was proclaimed a Cultural Asset of National Interest and since 2000.
A jewel on the sea
The Roc de Sant Gaietà is picturesque urbanization built over the sea in the typical Mediterranean fishing villages’ style. Inside, we can appreciate construction elements of various styles present in the Spanish geography: Andalusian and Sevillian patios, complemented with constructions and ornaments of Romanesque, Arab, or Gothic style.
A unique museum
The civic centre of Roda de Berà, La Roca Foradada, is made up of more than 400 radio sets of different styles and periods. It is considered one of the complete museums dedicated to radio in the world.
Starting from the Roc de Sant Gaietà, you will find the Camino de Ronda, a walk to enjoy with the family along the coast, which runs along the southern slope of the hill of Berà. Arrows of different colours marked from the Plaça de la Sardana. It is interesting to discover each path.
At the end of the Camino de Ronda, we will find the hermitage of the Virgin of Berà, a Renaissance-style building built on the site of the old church of Sant Pere de Berà, documented in the 12th century. The hermitage has traditionally been a meeting place for festive and cultural activities.
During the first quarter of the 20th century, Josep M.Jvjol built the chapel of Mas Carreras. He was in charge of the pictorial decoration and the liturgical and ornamental elements.