Things to do in L'Hospitalet
L’Hospitalet de l’Infant offers many activities for all ages, all year round. The latest schedule of activities is always available at the two information centers in L’Hospitalet or through

Below are a few suggestions to get you started
Ancient Hospice of the Infante Pedro

The main attraction of the village is the imposing medieval hospice built in 1346 and founded by the Infante Pedro, son of Jaume II and Blanca d’Anjou. Its function was to provide shelter for the pilgrims and travellers who passed through the nearby Coll de Balaguer. Thus hospitality has been a characteristic of the village from its very origins, as L’Hospitalet derives its name from this building. 
Lookout Point Plaça de la Marina
As you take a leisurely stroll on the Seashore Promenade, take a break to enjoy the view onto the open sea from Plaça de la Marina. From here you will see a beautiful sunrise over the sea early in the morning, and in the evening you may watch the fishermen fishing with rods on the shore or preparing their boats at the nearby harbor. In the summer months the square is animated by a crafts market, and night-owls meet here for drinks and live music at the Owl Bar (El Buo).
Sunday Street Market
Every Sunday morning on the Sea Shore Promenade (Passeig Maritim) the street market offers a wide variety of local products such as fruit and produce, sweets, textiles, handicraft, souvenirs etc. at very affordable prices.
Flea Market
Leasurely browse for small and large treasures at the stands of the flea market every Friday in July and August.
Mirador de les Rojales
Enjoy the spectacular view over the village, the coastline and the surrounding mountains sloping into the sea from Platja del Torn outside L’Hospitalet. This protected area also features a wide variety of typical Mediterranean vegetation.
Cinema under the Stars
Enjoy the latest movies every Thursday night in July and August at L’Hospitalet’s outdoor movie theater under the stars.
Cultural Center Infant Pere
At the entrance of the village coming from Tarragona lies the new cultural center Infant Pere featuring a modern library, media center, auditorium and children’s corner.
Nudist Beach at Platja del Torn
Platja del Torn is an idyllic beach outside the inhabited center of L’Hospitalet, discreetly hidden from view, stretching about 1700 m. It is embedded between two rocky mountains as they plunge into the sea. Tourists and locals enjoy bathing here in the crystal clear water and feeling united with nature in an intimate and peaceful setting. Thanks to naturism, this place has remained genuinely wild, as no concrete buildings or mass tourism were ever tolerated here.