The smallest and most charming village of Moianès

The village of Granera, with an area of 23.95 Km2, is the smallest and least populated municipality in the region of Moianès, but its castle, dominating the crest line which marks the natural boundary of the high plateau of Moianès, makes it visible from afar, on its western side.

Granera is made up of two “districts”, the castle neighbourhood and the church neighbourhood. It is a wooded uneven municipality, with few flat farming lands and very old country houses scattered all over its area.

A stroll around Granera enables visitors to discover natural spots of great beauty, renovated country houses and a large architectural heritage which is worth getting to know.

80 Inhabitants (2018)
23,7 km2
768 metres above sea level

Punts d'interès

The Romanesque chapel of Santa Cecília

Magnificent Romanesque apse

The Sant Martí Church

Church, rectory and town hall

The Castle of Granera

The most important viewpoint in the southwest of the region of Moianès

Els safareigs

Bassa del Prat, safareig de la Rectoria

Forn d’obra del Girabau

Cocció de l’argila

Tomba del Moro

Sepultura excavada a la roca