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Therms of Miravet and Tivissa



Mont-ral
Therms of Miravet and Tivissa



 This route covers the villages of Miravet and Tivissa because of its rich historical past and its craftsmanship. The great attraction of this route is the castle of Miravet, considered the best work of the Templars in Catalonia. But this architectural gem is only one of many hidden region. The route starts from Mora de Ebro, where you have to take the road south to T-324 to Miravet. On the way, you pass Benissanet, village surrounded by fruit trees and vegetable crops and where you can see the wheels typical of the area. Also, the town's Museum of Musical Instruments and Josep Serra Castellvi. Miravet is a town that extends to the side of a mountain, protected by their ancient and impressive castle. It's worth strolling through the streets of iron, Castle, Barranco, Pol Dark and while admiring the beautifully restored stone houses. In this town of ancient pottery tradition, there are two churches of the Nativity of the Virgin, baroque but after the Civil War lost cult, and of the Immaculate, modern building built in widening of Miravet. Miravet Castle is the best work temples of our country. This fortress is located 200 meters and was built in s. XII surrounded by large walls reinforced with rectangular towers at the top. Having visited the castle, we crossed the Ebro by the passage of boat that is in Miravet. Already on the other side of the river, we move toward the road N of Mora d'Ebre (C-12) and later turn right (SE) for the C-44 to Tivissa. This town has a very interesting old town and the best way to discover its corners is to walk it. Must see Collet Street, Down the portal and essential church of St. James. The main facade of this building is Baroque, the Renaissance is back, the presbytery has Gothic and neo-classical chapel is reminiscent of the Rosary. Then you can take the road Darmós (TV-3031), which passes through the small town of Serra d'Almos, the Sierra Llaberia. In the Serra d'Almos, you can visit the church of Santo Domingo. In the village of Darmós can give a look to the church of San Miguel, which was destroyed by the French in the early century Century and rebuilt later. After visiting these two villages, we must go back to passing through Mora d'Ebre Mora la Nova, modern commercial town. End of itinerary. Landmarks La Serra d'Almos Darmós Church of St. Michael Darmós Church of Santo Domingo de la Serra d'Almos Church of St. James Portal Down Street Collet Old Town Region: Ribera d'Ebre Distance: 52.0 miles Signage: Yes Duration: 6 hours Topics: Nature | Culture Types: Cultural Heritage   Criteria of usage of these routes   See restaurants here See hotels here Source: Government of Catalonia. Directorate General of Tourism / Data Update: 01/03/2011



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