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  • Castle of Sant Ferran Castle of Sant Ferran

    Its construction began in 1753 and lasted thirteen years (built according to the Vauban system) and used all the latest in fortification art. Because of its size, it was the second largest fort of Europe. It is a castle with a star-shaped floor plan and has five bastions, seven “revellins”, two “tenazas” and an unfinished tower presiding over the...

  • Santa Maria de Vilabertran Santa Maria de Vilabertran

    Magnificent group of monuments born as Augustine canonry. It consists of a three-nave church with Lombard bell tower and a cloister from the 7th-8th centuries. The gilt Catalonian cross from the 14th century that is inside the church is worth mentioning. Temporary art exhibits are held in the monastery dependencies.

  • Dolmen of the Creu of Cobertella Dolmen of the Creu of Cobertella

    Inhabited since remote times, Roses possesses one of the most complete and impressive megalithic itineraries of the Costa Brava. Three large dolmens conserve the memory of the area's first settlers: the Creu d'en Cobertella (3000-2700 BC), the Llit de la Generala (3200 BC) and the Cap de l'Home. The Creu d'en Cobertella, the largest dolmen in Catalonia, dates from the Neolithic and was declared a historic-artistic monument in 1964. It has a large gallery covered by a four-ton slab which measures 5.20 m long, 2.45 m wide and 2.14 high. The tour around the origins of the town also reveals the funeral chamber of the Casa Cremada and its two menhirs (4th-3rd millennia BC), and the cave-dolmen of the Rec de la Cuana, from 2500 BC.

  • Sant Pere de Rodes Sant Pere de Rodes

    Romanic Benedictine Monastery, the most emblematic of the Empordà. In spite of its uncertain origin, it was mentioned in documents since 878 and was abandoned definitively by the monks in 1798. Its main configuration is adopted from the 10th and 12th centuries with later extensions and renovations up until the present. Along with the church...

  • Sant Martí d'Empúries Sant Martí d'Empúries

    It is one of the two Greek settlements known until know on the Iberian Peninsula. Historical collection that links together two different cultures: the Greeks (6th century A.C.) and the Romans (218 A.C.), although the majority of the visible remains correspond to the era in which the Greek and Roman city was established as a single municipality.... 

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