Restaurant El Romaní de Breda

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C. de Joan XXIII, 36
17400 Breda
972 871 051
www.elromanidebreda.cat
info@elromanidebreda.cat


Capacity 100 guests, in 4 dining areas
Festive day Thursdays (non-holidays) and evenings (except Friday and Saturday)
Holidays Roughly of the 20 of December to the 10 of January
Opening hors off Midday from 13:00hrs to 16:00 hrs, and at night from 20:00hrs to 23:00 hrs.



A restaurant located on the outskirts of Breda in a quiet residential area, with little traffic. Some 100 metres from the restaurant there are two squares with a children’s play area. There is also a wood close by which is ideal for walks. Splendid views of the Castle of Montsoriu. Nearby parking with capacity for 50 cars.

 

 

Cooking Style

Traditional home cooking, new and varied dishes every week.

Visit the Monastery of Sant Salvador with its 11th century Romanesque church tower and cloister, or the Church of Santa Maria with its 12th century apse or the hermitage of Santa Anna. The Aragay Museum, has a collection of oil paintings, watercolours and engravings from the artist Josep Aragay, or the Museum of Ceramics with a journey through the history of ceramics in Breda. The Castle of Monsoriu can be reached from Breda.


Car routes

Routes for a whole day.




Through Tordera Valley
Sta. Mª de Palautordera – St. Esteve de Palautordera – Montseny – Coll Formic – El Brull – Seva
A route of some 30 kilometres; discover the heart of the Montseny.

Places of Interest:
Arboretum to Santa Maria de Palautordera, Castell de Montclús to St. Esteve de Palautordera, the town of Montseny with a monumental box tree, the Iberian town of Montgròs to El Brull, the Church of Santa Maria at Seva.

Walking routes:

The route of the spring of La Font Ferrussa to the town of Montseny: an easy route of one hour following the GR-5. The route of the Iberian town of Montgròs;. A route which begins at El Brull combines a visit to the Iberian town. Possibility of a guided visit.

 

Through the west of MontsenySant Celoni – Campins – Santa Fe del Montseny – Sant Marçal – Viladrau
Sant Celoni – Campins – Santa Fe del Montseny – Sant Marçal – Viladrau
A 38 kilometre route with different views of a variety of landscapes in the Montseny area.

Places of Interest:
Can Casades (audiovisual display and information point) and the reservoir of the Pantà to Santa Fe, the hermitage and Font Bona to Sant Marçal, Espai Montseny in Viladrau.

Walking routes:
The Empedrat de Morou route, a two hour sign-posted route along the valley of La Vall de Santa Fe through the beech forest.

 

Through the humit areas of Montseny
Seva – Viladrau – Arbúcies – Breda – Gualba
A 57 kilometre route along municipalities which surround the Natural Park of Montseny.

Places of Interest: The Church of Santa Maria de Seva, The European Nature Centre at Vila-drau, The Ethnological Museum of the Montseny-La Gabella at Arbúcies, the monastery at Breda, The Church of Sant Vicenç.

Walking routes:
A route along the River of Arbúcies: a pleasant, easy walk along the banks of the River of Arbúcies to the town’s centre.


Josep Aragay Museum

c.Nou, 2
17400 Breda
Phone. +34 972 870 220
www.museuaragay.org


Schedule
Saturday from 16:00 pm to 19:00 pm. Holidays from 11:00 am to 13:30 pm (on request).



Museum dedicated to Josep Aragay (1889-1973), a musician and an important personality from the Catalan noucentisme mouvement. The collection contains about 100 pictures, cardboards, drafts and notebooks about contemporant creation, architecture, mithology, teaching about the arts and festivities.


Monastery of Sant Salvador de Breda

Breda

+ info: T.+34 938 482 008


Comment y arriver?
From Sant Celoni take the route C-35 direction Hostalric and take te turning to Breda through Gi-552 to reach the town. While using the route AP-7 take exit 10.
The monastery is located in the ancient part of the town.



The year 878 is taken to be the year that Breda began its life as a town. Since then, the monastery of Sant Salvador has lent a unique identity to the town. Today only the church tower remains from this primitive Romanesque settlement, founded in 1038 by Guerau de Cabrera and Ermessenda, the counts of Girona. The tower dates from the 11th century, and stands majestically some 32 metres in height.

The north wing of the cloister which once belonged to the old monastery also remains, dating from a period between the 13th and 14th century.