Located on both sides of the river Cardener, Callús hides among its streets spaces that speak of its historical splendour.

The restored Tines dels Manxons are a clear example of the wine-producing tradition that is so prominent in Bages. On the other hand, its medieval past is evident in the ruins of Godmar Castle (also known as Callús Castle).

These spaces have remained deeply rooted in the culture and traditions of Callús. Thus, the Caramelles and the Feria de las Filadores, the town’s main festive events, are of particular note.

Bages quality labels

Punt d'informació turísticaCarta Eureopa de Turisme Sostenible (CETS)Restaurants de les 4 temporades gastronòmiques del BagesEl Rebost del BagesDO Pla de BagesGeoparc de la Catalunya CentralBiosphere

Bages paths

Parc de la Sèquia3 montsCamí de Sant JaumeCamí OlibaCamí Ignasià