Only 30 minutes from Barcelona, between the Montseny and the Montnegre Natural Parks, we discover, serene and beautiful, Can Morató. Time has not faded its charm.
We go back to 1048 to start the history of this iconic fortified country house, marked by important events over the centuries. At her doorstep, for example, the French troops of Napoleon fought a significant battle that opened the doors of Barcelona in 1808.
"The Battle of Cardedeu" was immortalized by the famous French engraver JC Langlois in a painting that is now in the Louvre Museum and where you can see the discreet presence at the scene of Can Morató.
Restored in 1970 by the famous architect Lluis Bonet i Gari, Gaudí disciple and successor in the construction of the Sagrada Familia, Can Morató has come down to us imbued with the spirit of those who have created their personal memories in this place.
A magnificent and unexpected collection of antique carriages will reveal us a place where elegant horses were exceptional inhabitants and whose memory will host anyone who wants a wedding or event to become a unique personal moment.