Great attractions of a small village

Located in the south-east of the region of Moianès, it has an area of 34.50 km2, including the Marfà enclave (annexed to Castellcir in 1845).

Castellcir used to be a traditionally farming village, with a series of dispersed farms and a cluster of houses inhabited by artisans and smallholder farmers, along a street named l’Amargura (Bitterness).

Castellcir has grown around this street and is currently a village where farming and livestock farming sectors, green and agro-food industries, and services coexist.

In Castellcir, we can find the headwaters of the Tenes river, which flows into Besòs, and the Fontscalents brook, which flows into the Llobregat river.

Crest lines, hillocks, torrents, woods and crop lands shape the landscape of the whole area.

737 Inhabitants (2018)
34,2 km2
693 metres above sea level

Places of interest

Santa Maria Church

The new church

Sant Andreu Church

The old church

Santa Coloma Sasserra

Romanesque hermitage

The Marfà Valley

The Brotons mill – La Tosca


It currently houses the branch of the Ecomuseu del Moianès (the Ecomuseum of the region of Moianès)

Castell de La Popa

It is situated on top of an enormous rock

El Roure del Giol

Arbre monumental

Les rieres de Castellcir

Paratges de singular bellesa