Altitude: 34 m
The river and the richness of the river landscape make Tordera one of the favorite destinations for lovers of excursions on foot or by mountain bike.
The route through the hermitages, including that of Sant Ponç, or a walk through the river area of the Tordera invite visitors to discover the natural and scenic heritage of a city rich in traditional gastronomy made with local produce and where every Sunday One of the most important weekly markets in the country is celebrated.
A privileged environment that achieves the tranquility necessary to be able to disconnect throughout the year, thus moving away from the tourist offer more than the coast that has less than 10 minutes. Tordera is a well-connected municipality with important communication routes such as the C-32, AP-7 or the same N-II. Close also, with towns of the Costa Brava as Blanes or Lloret and also less than half an hour from Girona.
The Mercado del Ram Fair is the star event of the torderenco calendar that is celebrated on the weekend before Easter and that gathers more than a hundred exhibitors, an official program of activities and multiple gastronomic proposals that gather for three days in the Prudenci Bertrana Park.
The Story Fair, Christmas Fair, local product fair of proximity or the Fair of Sant Jordi are other proposals that are included year after year in the economic promotion calendar of the Villa. The Aplec de Sant Ponç is considered a small major festival (May 11). During the environment of the hermitage torderencos and torderenques gather to spend the day and eat the rice that the Festival Commission cooks for about 2,000 people.
The main festival of Tordera is celebrated at the end of August with the patron Saint Bartholomew (August 24) as a large local festival. Some fifteen frantic days with concerts, the tent, habaneras, sardanas, cós race or barracks complete the poster.
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