Vinebre-Garcia


Duration (1.30 h)  you can discover the Pas de l’Ase’s beauty, a river strait composed by two big rock walls that end up inside the water. You can also enjoy the unbelievable areas of a couple of islands that will make you doubt if you’re really that close from home or not. Take advantage of this unknown stretch in order to enjoy 100% of the landscape, the calm and the fauna that will be noted during the entire journey.

 

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VINEBRE

You can visit the Poblat ibèric de Sant Miquel (Saint Michael’s Iberic village), an iberic settlement located on Pas de l’Ase with amazing views of Ebre’s river.

More information: http://www.vinebre.altanet.org/niv1.php?id=28

              Close to the settlement, there’s located the Ermita de Sant Miquel (Saint Michael’s hermitage) built by the cartoixans monks of the Escala Dei which also have amazing views of Pas de l’Ase.

More information: http://www.vinebre.altanet.org/niv1.php?id=28

              You can discover how did they live during the last century, due to the house-museum of Sant Enric d’Ossó, a house-museum about the founding of the Santa Teresa de Jesús’ Company.

More information: http://www.viulebre.com/que_visitar/casa-museu-de-sant-enric-doss%C3%B3

              Or you can also visit “Ca Don Joana big house from the 16th century. Let yourself be amazed by its monumental stairway made in a square shape with an octagonal tower on the top, its columns and the well made in one piece from a solid rock, its renaissance and baroque architecture.      

More information: http://www.vinebre.altanet.org/niv1.php?id=28

 

GARCIA

Visit Santa Magdalena, a peculiar hermitage built in a rock, under a cave cold a balma.

You can also walk to the highest point of the town and discover the bad effects caused by the Ebre’s battle at the Església vella de Garcia (Old Garcia’s church), that was a witness of the civil war.