A summertime place to relax
Located in the plain at the foot of Cordillera Litoral, this Badalona’s district has a name linked to a clearly catholic past that still exists in the State. It comes from the vocation of the Verge Maria de la Salut and it gives the name to many sanctuaries and hermitages in all Catalonia. However, according to other sources the name comes from the original project of this area’s backers. This area was destined to be a residential area where to spend the summer and “to make health”, due to the priviliged weather of this territory.
|The neighbours recommend|
|Bar EL CORAL
Avinguda Marques de Sant Mori 163
Phone 933 87 59 39
A simple but popular place, with very nice tables outside to enjoy as soon as the good weather starts. Lots of kind of tapas, homemade and grilled dishes.
La Salut is one of the Badalona’s districts that more preserves the cultural traditions of other places, such as the Fiesta de las Migas, celebrated since many years around the middle May in the Escorxador, with the typical catalan dance of sardinadas, chocolate and of course, tasting of the bread’s crumb in giant frying pans.
|Places of Interest|
TEATRE BLAS INFANT
LA NAU 3. CENTRE CULTURAL L’ESCORXADOR
|MUNICIPAL MARKET OF LA SALUT
Avinguda del Marquès de Sant Morí, 132
Phone 933 99 98 09
Badalona has six main municipal markets. This one was designed by the architects Josep Maria Sostres and Daniel Gelabert and it has turned into an emblematic element for the district for its peculiarity.