There are various places to visit in Capçanes. The church dates from 18th century and an original archway dates from 16th to be found in a square adjoining the town hall. The monument to El Carrasclet commemorates the guerrilla solder, Pere Joan Barceló i Anguera (1687-1741), whose nickname was earned through his trade of selling "carrascles" or coals. He took part in the War of Succession, fighting for the Austrian pretender and monarch, Charles of Austria. He was invested as a colonel and commanded 8,000 men. He was imprisoned on many occasions before becoming part of the guerilla. For some years he took refuge in the Llaberia mountains from which he defended the rights of the common people as well as the rights of the Catalan people. Finally in 1721 at the court of Vienna, the Emperor offered him the position of colonel and an estate in Hungary. Carrasclet died in battle near Breisach, southern Germany, during the War of Austrian Succession in 1743. The monument can be seen as you enter the village and is the work of Francesc Carulla i Serra. There are also various fountains in the village: la Font Antiga, on Font Street; la Font Nova, on Catalonia Square and les Fonts de Santa Rosalia or les Canals, to be found at 300 m from the village, in an area for leisure activities. For keen walkers, there is a great two hour walk to La Fou (natural spring which is gushing with water after heavy rain), an area of outstanding natural beauty in La Vall ravine from where water is channelled to the village.
The cooperative winery, el Celler de Capçanes, is open to the public and also offers vineyard tours in 4-wheel drive vehicles (see timetable and visiting conditions)