|• Mayor||David Ricart Miró (2015)|
|• Total||10.6 km2 (4.1 sq mi)|
|• Density||240/km2 (620/sq mi)|
Vallromanes is a village in the Vallés Oriental, bordering Maresme, and approximately 25 km from Barcelona in Catalunya, Spain. It forms part of the Barcelona metropolitan area and extends along the northeastern slopes of the Sant Mateu range in the Cordillera Litoral; the end of which is home to the Vallromanes riverbed, which flows from Mogent towards Montornés. The village is mountainous, largely covered in shrubs, as well as pine and oak forests. There are several exclusive [[gated communities near the Vallromanes Golf Club and nearby areas.
The road which allows access to Vallromanes is BP-5002, which connects it to the towns of Granollers and El Masnou. Vallromanes is almost exactly in the middle of the two towns. Along the BP-5002, the closest towns are Vilanova del Vallés (in the direction of Granollers) and Alella (in the direction of El Masnou and the Mediterranean Sea, a town well known for its wine production.
- Government data pages (in Catalan)
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