Located in the municipality of Riudecanyes (Baix Camp) it was founded between the end of the 12th century and the beginning of the XIII, promoted by Alfonso I, both the castle and the church of San Miguel were the site of Augustinian monks until 1574, which was passed by Franciscans until 1835 when confiscation took place. It was not until the beginning of the 20th century that Eduard Toda, diplomat, Egyptologist, writer and philanthropist in Reus, acquired it by ordering its reconstruction and restoration and turned it into a stately home.
What to do:
You can visit the castle, cross the Paseo de los Frailes that surrounds the Monastery Castle or follow the path to the source of the Sarraí. From the arches of the cloister or from the Hermitage of Santa Bárbara to the top of the historic complex, one of the best views of the Baix Camp can be enjoyed.
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