The cemetery of Arenys de Mar, which has been declared an asset of national cultural interest, is Mediterranean in style and is perched atop a hill facing the sea. It stands out for the quantity and quality of the mausoleums and hypogea found there, which includes sculptures by Llimona, Vallmitjana and Marès, along with architects such as Rovira and Sagnier.
The cemetery is also well-known because it served as the inspiration for the book Cementiri de Sinera by the poet Salvador Espriu, who is buried there.
Free of charge
October to February, from 8 am to 5.30 pm
March to September, from 8 am to 7 pm
With the N-II.
With the C-32 motorway: from Girona, exit 111, and from Barcelona, exit 109
With the A-7 motorway: Sant Celoni and motorway B-511 exit heading towards Vallgorguina as far as Arenys de Mar
By public transport:
From Barcelona, trains heading to Maçanet-Massanes, Blanes and Calella
From Maçanet-Massanes, Blanes and Calella, trains heading to L’Hospitalet de Llobregat
If you come by bus, you have to approach the Arenys de Mar stream from the mountain side.