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Calçotades
During the first months of the year the restaurants in Montblanc offer the traditional calçotada. It consists on onions cooked in the fire made with vine shoots of vineyard and a typical sauce called romesco and then different kinds of meat.
Located in SEE & DO / Gastronomy
Santa Bàrbara Hill
This hill is the one that named the town of Munt-blanc, it is an attractive natural viewpoint
Located in SEE & DO / Monuments / Civil
Brigde of Les Bruixes
Circular route starting from the Montblanc Tourism 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
The recovery (18th-19th century)
Located in MONTBLANC / History
The growing and the splendour (13th-14th century)
Located in MONTBLANC / History
Origin
Located in SEE & DO / Traditional festivals / Holy Week
Other stories and legends
Located in MONTBLANC / Legends
Sant Jordi Tower-porch
See the place where Sant Jordi killed the dragon
Located in SEE & DO / Monuments / Military
Mill of La Roca Xanxa
Circular route starting from the square of the old convent of Sant Francesc. Moderate difficulty. The first section runs along part of the path that leads to the chapel of Sant Josep but soon leaves it to take the shortcut that goes towards La Vall. The route continues few metres along the local road Montblanc-Rojals TV-7042 until the turn-off signposted "Roquetas". There, it's necessary to take the path that leads to an old lime kiln, which leads to the old road to Vilaverd. Nearby, there is the path towards the windmill of La Roca Xanxa, which runs through different country houses in La Sallida.
Located in SEE & DO / Walking routes
Fountain of La Ceba
Circular route starting from the Montblanc Tourism Office. Low difficulty. It is very suitable for children. The first stretch runs along a part of the walled enclosure of the town until after the fountain of the Raval. There, it's necessary to take the path on the right that goes along the edge of several orchards until you reach the Francolí river, which you cross over some large stones. On the other side there is the fountain of La Ceba, a refreshing and shady spot. The return is along the other side of the river where you will find different elements related to water, such as fountains, irrigation channels and bridges.
Located in SEE & DO / Walking routes
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