We will spend the whole of the second day in Premià de Dalt, discovering many of its treasures. First we should say that it is a charming town, especially because of the country houses located in the centre. So wherever you go you're sure to have a nice walk.
However, we would like to point out some parts that you should not miss and that are not always in the centre. This is the case of the emblematic shrine of the Virgin de la Cisa. Also on the outskirts is the interesting Iberian site of the Cadira del Bisbe. It is located on a hill on the southern side of the Catalan coastal range and you will enjoy fine panoramic views of the sea as well as walks around a settlement of the Laietani, the name of the Iberian tribe that lived here around 2,500 years ago. The site is partially excavated and you can make out a street, three houses and a tower.
What is known as the Squirrel Route starts from the settlement and goes through the forest. If you follow this route ‒ which is circular and takes a couple of hours ‒ you'll get to know the flora and, with a bit of luck, fauna of the Catalan coastal range and reach the Romanesque shrine of Sant Mateu.
Can Franquesa, the headquarters of the Societat Cultural i Esportiva Sant Jaume, is in the town centre. Its medieval tower is striking but the whole site is very beautiful and invites you to sit on its terrace.
Not very far is the former Town Hall, currently the headquarters of the national police, a building intended to be a school but following the design of the 19th century industrial factories, with several modernista elements. The houses in Carrer de les Flors, the country house of Can Verboom or the chapel of Santa Anna are other points of great interest in Premià de Dalt.