This is actually a group of buildings made up of the former fortified Penyafort manor, a convent and a church. The castle was built around the 11th century. Tradition says it's the birthplace of Sant Raimon of Penyafort (1185–1275), a Dominican monk and canon lawyer and councillor to King Jaume I who was canonized in 1601. Guided tours are conducted on the second Sunday of every month, and you must register in advance for them. The castle is also the start of the visit to the bomb shelters route, which takes place on the fourth Sunday of each month, since this site is also part of a group of exhibition spaces related to aviation and the Spanish Civil War.
|Venue name:||Castell de Penyafort|
Castell de Penyafort, s/n
Santa Margarida i els Monjos (Alt Penedès)
|Opening hours:||The information centre at the castle is open on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 10am to 2pm.|