Parc Natural de la Serra de Collserola


The magnificent Serra de Collserola massif rises up over Barcelona Metropolitan Area, almost touching the city, a much-loved and immensely valuable natural area and great privilege for the huge population that lives around these mountains to enjoy. Collserola is a well-preserved, 8,000-hectare natural area in which forest predominates but which also includes a variety of other plant formations that provide a habitat for valuable biological diversity.

Collserola is also a place for discovery and learning, a place for meeting and for leisure. All this means that the final goal of the Park Consortium’s management policy is to promote environmentally-friendly and sustainable use of the reserve whilst also conserving the natural heritage it contains.

Since 1987, Collserola has been managed under a special protection plan, and the environmental objectives and concerns behind this plan were recently reinforced when the area was given the status of a Natural Park.

Leisure Areas:

  • Santa Maria de Vallvidrera
  • La Salut de Sant Feliu
  • Santa Creu d'Olorda
  • Sant Pere Màrtri
  • Torrent de Can Coll


  • Can Coll Environmental Education Centre.
  • Collserola Park Information Centre
  • Educational Resources and Education Centre
  • Espai d'Interpretació del Pantà de Vallvidrera
  • Caseta d'informació del parc de la Riera

Activities, itineraries and visits:

  • Matinals a Collserola
  • Collserola amb Voluntaris
  • Nits d'Astronomia
  • Collserola Tour
  • Observació de rapinyaires
  • Activitats especials
  • Activitats per a esplais i casals d'estiu
  • El curs al Parc

Tots els dies de 9.30h a 15h
Díes de tancament: 25 i 26 de desembre, 1 i 6 de gener



Parc de Collserola
08950 Barcelona Barcelona

El Papiol
Molins de Rei
Sant Feliu de Llobregat
Sant Just Desvern
Esplugues de Llobregat
Picnic tables