Ermita de Santa Quiteria and St. Boniface

Romanesque chapel of S. XI

Irregular floor building, the result of adaptation to the rock on which it was built. It has a rectangular plan with two ships and double-header straight. The ship has only a minor stretch the presbytery, and most with three. Some signs appeared in the restoration indicate that this might be semicircular in origin. The building is covered with a barrel vault supported by arches raised on a bench. The church included murals were ripped off during the restoration of the early 90's, removed speech in which the choir loft at the foot.

The door opened with a round arch with narrow segments, is located on the north wall.

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Walking

Access: You can access by car to and from there ascend Montfalcó walk to the chapel.

Interpretive panels


Excellent views

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