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On the Costa Brava, in the town of Tordera the medieval castle of Count Valltordera is located, where you can see the jousting tournaments and the best flamenco show in Spain.
Castle de Valltordera, Barcelona
Castle de Valltordera is a reconstruction of the destroyed centuries ago castle in Spain, it is only 60 years old and here you can still feel the atmosphere of the Middle Ages. In the evenings, in the castle joust tournaments are held, during which viewers are divided into four sectors and cheer for their knight. After the joust begins the flamenco show, which is considered one of the best in Spain.

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#16See a jousting tournament at the castle in BarcelonaSee a jousting tournament at the castleoddviser

In a real medieval castle a joust will unfold in front of your eyes!

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Location: Calle Vallmanya, Tordera, Barcelona

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from 08:00 pm till 11:59 pm.

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