SPORT: table tennis
Facility: Joana Ballart Pavilion
Capacity: 725 people
Valls is Alt Camp’s capital. The economic activity of the city comes from the dynamism of the industry, with over three hundred companies that produce in several sectors: from the automotive industry, through food, logistics and also textiles. The city also has an active commercial fabric.
Sant Joan church is one of the symbols of Valls. Its bell tower is considered the highest in Catalonia and it becomes an excellent vantage point for observing the Camp de Tarragona. The Roser chapel preserves inside a set of glazed tiles of the seventeenth century which commemorates the Battle of Lepanto. Both monuments, declared National Cultural Heritage, are a must.
In Valls, the human towers are one of the most important things. More than two centuries ago, the city was the stage of the birth of Castells (Human Towers), and Blat square, human towers Km0, vibrates with performances by its two teams (in Catalan known as colles): Vella dels Xiquets del Valls and Joves Xiquets de Valls. In addition, in 2017 Valls will have the Catalan Castle Museum, a facility where you can learn the tradition and living experiences and values of human towers, declared intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO.
Valls has a wide range of sports equipment, managed by the Patronal Municipal, to train all kinds of sports.