Medieval Vilamagore in Sant Pere de Vilamajor
Come and enter the Villa Magore of the twelfth century when in the town of Sant Pere de Vilamajor there was a county palace that was the envy of the neighboring villas, a must stop between Barcelona and Girona, on the road to France, which had a market to supply your basic needs.
Between June 1156 and April 1157, more than one hundred people of different social status made a stay: ambassadors, merchants, pilgrims, Saracens, Jews, gentlemen... and the most prominent, the Count of Barcelona Ramón Berenguer IV and his wife the Petronilla queen. And most likely his son, Alfonso I, king of Aragon, was born, since we know that his nurse, Loreto, was from the town of Sant Pere de Vilamajor.
If you visit this party you will be transported in time, with medieval attractions for children, music parades and street theater, an expanded area of craftsmen and crafts stalls, tasting the pepper wine (I saw medieval Catalan) and many more activities.