The Iberian Citadel, a fortified stronghold, belonged to the Cessetani tribe. Located on a hill near the Calafell beach, records indicate five centuries of occupation, between the 6th and 1st century BC. Having reconstructed a good number of the buildings, visitors are transported back through time and can walk the village's streets as they were 2,500 years ago.

The Citadel forms part of the EXARC (European Exchange on Archaeological Research and Communication), which represents archaeological sites and facilities that share the same intervention philosophy and models inherent in didactic museography and experimental archaeology.

This site forms part of the Archaeology Museum of Catalonia's Iberian Route.