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The crisis (1893-1964)
Located in MONTBLANC / History
Location and opening hours
Located in Tourism / Tourist Office
The primitive people
Located in MONTBLANC / History
The contemporary period
Located in MONTBLANC / History
Pla de Santa Bàrbara
Located in SEE & DO / Monuments / Civil
Located in SEE & DO / Traditional festivals / Aplec de la Sardana (traditional Catalan dance)
Located in SEE & DO / Traditional festivals / Feast of Saint John
El salt de la Guineu
Linear route near Rojals, a district of Montblanc at an altitude of 979 metres, at the northeast end of the Prades mountains. Moderate difficulty. The route starts at the Rojals car park and heads towards an imposing rocky cliff at the top of the Lladrons valley, at the point where the two slopes meet, known as El salt de la Guineu. From here you have fantastic views of Rojals, the Lladrons valley and the sierra Carbonària.
Located in SEE & DO / Walking routes
Pont de les Bruixes
Circular route starting from the Montblanc Tourist Office. Moderate difficulty. The first stretch runs along a part of the walled enclosure of the town up to its highest point, near the old convent of La Serra. There, you take a path that goes along vineyards, cereal and olive fields, and a pine forest until you reach the Francolí river. The last section of the route follows the other side of the Francolí, where you will find different elements related to water, such as fountains, irrigation channels and bridges.
Located in SEE & DO / Walking routes
Chapel of Santa Maria dels Prats
Circular route starting from La Guàrdia dels Prats, a district located in the north of Montblanc and near to the right bank of the Anguera river. Moderate difficulty. The route starts in front of the church of Sant Jaume (12th century) and crosses the village towards one of its most emblematic places: the chapel of Santa Maria dels Prats. The entire route runs through cereal fields, vineyards, small wooded areas and almond trees, the typical landscape of a large part of the Conca de Barberà region.
Located in SEE & DO / Walking routes
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