Discover the best top things to do in Mollet del Valles, Spain including Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Museu Abello, Aire, Alta Alella, Restaurante QUIBUS, Parc Central, La Porxada, Kartodrom Catalunya, Parroquia Sant Sadurni, The 1916 Irish Pub.
Restaurants in Mollet del Valles
4.5 based on 477 reviews
A lovely circuit, very easy to get to as you can see it from the main dual carriageway. Getting in and parking was simple on Qualifying day - the Police were directing us to park in the middle of roundabouts etc! All free and the parking areas were outlined on the tickets so it was a great practise run for race day.
We left early Sunday morning as had a 75 mile ride to the track but minimal traffic, got there really easy, hundreds of bikes filtering through traffic but the Spanish are pretty laid back and expect it. Police accommodate the bikes very well and direct you straight through. No issues getting in and parked in the right area. I would HIGHLY recommend going by bike/scooter etc even if you hire one for the day as done other rounds in cars and sat for hours trying to get in previously :( It also took less than 5 mins to get out on a bike as cars were just diving into any space and jamming the exits.
We took our own food and drink as previous experience has hit us big time in the pocket - water is a must! Food choice is limited to hot dogs/burgers/chips/hog roast or sandwiches that had no butter or mayo on - just cheese. A bit dry but when you're hungry I suppose anything works.
Facilities - one small helmet park which was miles away from our seat (In the Rossi stand of course!) so you end up with it wedged under your seat and carrying it everywhere if you move. As there was a few of us we took turns in sitting with them for security whilst the others went for toilet breaks etc. Toilets are good enough and there are a few scattered around the seated areas altho always queues. Keep your ticket on you at all times as there were people who'd left the area and gone for a wander, didn't have their ticket on them and had a hard time getting back into their seats so the security does work.
Go prepared - watch the forecast - it was 34 degrees this year and uncomfortably hot - take a hat/brolly and plenty bottles of water. There are lots of merchandise stores and we noticed that they all took our debit cards with them to the till whilst putting the order through - even tho it was a hand held PDA device......a bit concerning for skimming etc but we all checked our statements and everything has been ok.
Overall it's a great round, Spanish are very friendly and helpful, it's really easy to get to but I also HIGHLY recommend you make the effort after the racing or even qualifying day and walk/ride into Montmelo. The atmosphere is electric - only bikes allowed - no cars and the Police just watch as burn outs/wheelies etc are done in the street. Lovely little town with plenty bars/restaurants for a nice meal in the sun.
A great round and I'd go back - but Valencia beats it hands down :)
Enjoy ! :)
4.5 based on 24 reviews
A wonderful and packed with some great artworks for a small town. Modern interior and accessible for disabled visitors via a lift. The gallery space is well presented as are the artworks. Essential visiting to here is you are nearby.
4.5 based on 187 reviews
I would describe this experience as really unique one. The baths are well-designed and very practically placed towards each other. The place itself has a nice atmosphere which makes you relax immediately. I also tried wine ritual and was more than happy - the worm vine and head massage in the end made the treatment I had perfection. The centre has all amenities you need - just go there and relax%))
5 based on 84 reviews
Experience the closest winery to Barcelona…Along the Mediterranean Sea, come and enjoy our vineyards located on the Serralada de Marina’s Natural Park (Alella-Tiana), just 20 minutes away from Barcelona. Based solely on organic farming, we invite you to taste our “transparent” wines and cavas, which reflect the natural harmony of man, land, vineyards and vintage in a unique setting.
Alella has the smallest wine origin denomination in Spain and is located next to Barcelona. We reserved lunch at Els Garrifers and later booked a private Enological visit, that was amazing. Highly recommeded. English speaking staff, very nice and expert in all related wine issues....MoreThank you very much for your comments! We hope you had a great time in Alta Alella and we hope you could enjoy our AA Dolç Mataró with a good piece of dark chocolate at home! ;-)
4 based on 14 reviews
Local amplio con una carta de bocadillos y tapas enormes y muy diversa. Personal joven con muy buena atención.
El precio es muy barato y te gustará la variedad de tapas
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Situado al lado de la población, este parque ocupa mucho espacio. No he encontrado nada de particular en sus equipamientos. Es una extensión de terreno muy grande donde poder estar. Lo que mas nos ha gustado ha sido el camino con plataneros a banda y banda.
4.5 based on 161 reviews
So I've heard it is one of the most famouse squares in Granollers. It is beautiful, but a bit small!!
5 based on 16 reviews
Only 15 minutes far from Barcelona, 5 minutes from the F1 Circuit de Catalunya, in Kartodrom Catalunya you will find one of the most modern and well-equipped Karting tracks in all Spain, with over 45.000m2 of premises.In our premises you will find everything you need to enjoy this sport: for amateurs,kart rental service, customized group activities for occasions such as family or bachelor parties
We booked Kartodrom go Karting for an 18 person stag do from the UK. It was all arranged via email in advance arranging not only the whole go Karting experience but also for a coach to collect us from our accommodation in Barcelona centre (not...MoreThanks Jonathan!! It's been a pleasure to receive your group and help you organizing the activity. Hope you had a good time visiting Kartodrom and that you keep a good memory of that day!
3.5 based on 4 reviews
Iglesia dedicada a Sant Sadurní, obispo de Tolosa, consagrado probablemente en el siglo X, pero documentado desde el año 1162. El 1572 fue objeto de una reconstrucción general que respetó el ábside románico original, que todavía se conserva hoy . El campanario, de planta cuadrada, tres niveles y gárgolas en las esquinas del tramo alto, es de esta época. Durante siglos, la iglesia y la plaza cercana fueron el centro del pueblo, en una posición ligeramente de altura. El magnífico retablo tardo-renacentista que contenía, esculpido por Antoni Comes entre 1619 y 1620, fue destruido en la quema de julio de 1936. El retablo actual del altar mayor, realizado en tiempos de posguerra, fue restaurado en el año 2000.
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4.5 based on 71 reviews
Best pub in town. Night bar. Open 7 seven days a week. No food, only driks, specially imported beers and whisky. Nice atmosphere, good craic! Sometimes, live music.
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