Breda town centre
In addition to its important mediaeval monastery, the town of Breda, set at the foot of the Montseny Massif, is well worth visiting for its modernist heritage.
- Can Cardona (ctra. d’Arbúcies, 4 – 6). The most noteworthy features of this Arabian-style building are its wrought-iron arches, glazed ceramic decoration and the crenellated merlons on the cornices. Private. Veure ubicació aquí (41° 44′ 44″ N, 2° 33′ 33″ E)
- Ca la Flora (c/ dels Còdols, 20). This is a two-storey house with an eclectic style, featuring decorative plant motifs in relief on the lintels of doors and windows. Private. Veure ubicació aquí (41° 44′ 55″ N, 2° 33′ 37″ E)
- Can Vicentó (c/ Barcelona, 8). The first floor and the crowning are what remain of the original modernist building. Bare brick is used to decorate the lintels of the windows, the cornices and the merlons of the crowning, combined with cross-shaped vents and false bossage. Private. Shop on the ground floor. Veure ubicació aquí (41.746574, 2.557377)
- Josep Aragay Museum (c/ Nou, 2). Housed in the former Church of Santa Maria, it contains a comprehensive collection of the works of local artist Josep Aragay, including paintings, drawings, engravings and, above all, ceramics. Open to the general public. Veure ubicació aquí (41° 44′ 56″ N, 2° 33′ 29″ E)