Capçanes is a Catalan village in the province of Tarragona in north-eastern Spain. It is situated in the comarca of Priorat.
Capçanes is situated about 7 km (4.4 mi) south of Falset, 40 km (25 mi) west of Tarragona, and about 160 km (100 mi) south-west of Barcelona.
The village's main activity is agriculture, predominantly wine-growing, but also olive and almond production.
- Monument to Carrasclet, who was born in the village, by Francesc Carulla i Serra.
- Wine-growers' cooperative, founded in 1933.
Sons and daughters of the village
Pere Joan Barceló i Anguera (1687–1741), a.k.a. Carrasclet ("Carbon seller," a reference to his occupation), guerrillero, who fought in the War of Spanish Succession on the side of Archduke Charles of Austria against the Bourbons and who died in exile.