In the morning you’ll still have time to discover Vilassar de Dalt. The town has several places of great interest, such as the Museu Arxiu de Can Banús, in a beautiful country house with temporary exhibitions and you’ll see a fine collection of archaeological finds, or the Biblioteca de Can Manyer, housed in the structure of a former factory. But there are a couple of particularly enchanting places: one is La Fornaca, with kilns dating back to Roman times, possibly some of the best preserved in Catalonia, and the other is the Teatre La Massa, the last building designed in Catalonia by the architect Rafael Guastavino before he went to the United States and became, in the words of The New York Times, ‘the architect of New York’. Unfortunately he is not well-known here but on your visit to La Massa you’ll find out more about his life and work and above all admire the only dome he designed here. Check the routes and guided tours available to visit the sites.