Riudellots de la Selva
Riudellots de la Selva boasts plenty of fauna and flora. Its water courses are home to several aquatic species, such as eels and swamp crawfish. It’s also an area of rich vegetation with extensive Mediterranean forests of oaks and holm oaks. The combination of these elements makes Riudellots a perfect place for nature lovers.
The historical heritage of the town is marked by its livestock breeding tradition. The area is scattered with manor houses and farmhouses such as Can Calderó, Can Ciurana, Can Masgrau, Can Ros, Hostalnou and Torreponça. The Parish Church of Sant Esteve de Riudellots de la Selva is also worthy of mention. This 18th-century late-Gothic construction comprises a single nave with side chapels, a rib-vaulted ceiling and a polygonal apse. Although it was originally built in 882, various historical events, including flooding, have led it to be altered on several occasions.