Essential Solsona »
A circular underground structure covered with a dome, which was used to store the ice obtained from the Riu Negre (river) or from the Bòfia cave. It was in use from the 17th to the 19th century. Over the coldest months, the ice was kept in the well and from spring to autumn it was sold.
Discover how ice production, storage and sells has worked for over 200 years! Ideal for families and children.
Buy your tickets online on entrades.turismesolsones.com until one hour before the visit.
Guided tours are made for groups to be arranged, by appointment at +34663668184 or on firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturdays 1.00 pm, 4.00 pm and 6.00 pm
Sundays 12.00 am and 1.00 pm
Max. 12 people for visit.
Closed on public holidays: December the 25th and 26th and January the 1st and 6th.
At Easter, long weekends and summer or Christmas holidays also open on weekdays.
Price: General 4 €; reduced entry 3 € (students, over 65 or retired and groups). Free under 8 years.
Download the leaflet: Ice Well Solsona
Select a point of interest
- The Solsonès Interpretation Center
- Ice Well
- The Bridge Gateway
- Church Fontain
- Episcopal Palace/ Museum
- Museumised remains of the moat and the medieval wall
- Main Square
- The Clock Tower
- Saint John's Square
- The House of the painter Francesc Ribalta
- Morató House
- City Hall
- The Castle Gateway
- Vall Fred Tower
- Sant Isidre Square - Castle Fontain
- Llobera Gateway
- Llobera Street
- Llobera Palace
- The Giants' Room
- Remains of a 14th century craftsman's house