The name Castellbisbal comes from the conjunction of two words: Castle and bishop. The municipality dates back to prehistoric times, but the first remains found date back to Roman times. The most striking is the Devil's Bridge. But without a doubt the biggest trace left in Castellbisbal is the document called "Capbreu de les rendes, drets feudals i tribut" dating from the 10th century.
However, in modern times there was a substantial evolution of the municipality. During the civil war, the municipality changed its name to "Fruiters". During the 20th century, Castellbisbal grew as people from other parts of Spain settled in the municipality. This allowed the creation of urbanizations, polygons and external zones within the municipal term.
Nowadays, the most emblematic places in Castellbisbal are the aforementioned Puente del Diablo (Devil's Bridge), crossed by Llobregat river and Sant Vicenç Church built in the 17th century. You can also visit the Sant Quintí chapel, La Pagesia municipal museum, among others. Don't forget to search for hotels in Castellbisbal.
If you like nature, in Castellbisbal you can find cultural and natural routes such as the telegraph tower or the Can Riquer farmhouse. On the other hand, if you want a more lively plan, you should know that local festivals are held in January and August.