Museu Martí Vicenç
Església de Monti-Sion
They don't call it Calvari (Calvary) for nothing. Some pilgrims do it on their knees, but plain walking up the 365 cypress-lined steps...
Canyoning, caving, kayaking, climbing, coasteering hiking – you name the pulse-racing sport, Món d'Aventura has it covered. This is one...
Known also to locals as the 'Gallito' (cockerel) and full of enticingly cosy nooks, this drinking hole spills out onto a pavement...
Manzanas y Peras
Tiny but brilliant, Manzanas y Peras (apples and pears) is a friendly oasis next to the Calvari steps, with tables set under trees lit...
Lonely Planet review
A short way up the Calvari steps is the Museu Martí Vicenç. The weaver and artist Martí Vicenç Alemany (1926–95) bought this property, once part of a giant Franciscan monastery that also included the nearby former Església de Monti-Sion , in the 1950s. His works, mostly canvases and textiles, are strewn around several rooms.