This is a small historical village with narrow streets and the remains of the old fort, such as Carrer de la Muralla street, where the façades of the houses are built on the southern side of the enclosure (15th-16th centuries), as despite the fact that the village dates back to the 13th century, the majority of the houses are from the 17th and 18th centuries. Some have undergone major changes and renovations. Many of the windows and doors still have the ashlars that display the original dates and inscriptions. A highlight here is the Navata Sant Pere parish church (still in use), a large 17th century building.
The parish church of Can Miró has one nave (12th century) with a semicircular apse where some traces of wall paintings have been conserved. Additionally, the ruins of Navata castle are 2 km away to the southwest of the village. Only the chapel of the early castle remains (11th-12th centuries). It is located to the northwest.
The tiny village of Canelles is in the southernmost point of the municipal area. There we can find Sant Esteve church, a Romanesque building from the 11th-12th centuries, which has undergone much renovation.
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