Explore interesting sights in Cervera, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Cervera, Spain.Sightseeing Tours in Cervera
1. Sant Pere el Gros
Sant Pere el Gros is a Romanesque church located in the municipality of Cervera, in La Segarra. The building responds to the formulations of Lombard architecture of the eleventh century and is one of the best examples of Catalan medieval architecture that adopt the typology of circular nave. It stands out for being the Romanesque church located further west of all those built in this period. The church of Sant Pere el Gros is located on the outskirts of Cervera, to the southwest, at a slight elevation of land at the confluence of the Salat stream with the Ondara river. It is a monument declared a cultural asset of national interest.
2. Santa Maria
Santa Maria de Cervera is a Gothic church with Romanesque elements, located in the municipality of Cervera, La Segarra. It has been declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest. The external architecture of Santa Maria is partially hidden behind the building of the Paeria de Cervera and the bell tower, so it can only be slightly appreciated from places that in the past had been used as a cemetery. From Carrer de la Sebolleria you can glimpse the apse, which has been completely worn down by erosion, and from Plaça del Fossar, the Romanesque-style Portal de Sant Martí.
3. Castell de Malgrat
Malgrat Castle is a building in the small town of Malgrat, or Malgrat de Segarra, declared a cultural asset of national interest. Malgrat, a population entity of Cervera, is located northeast of Cervera, on the right bank of the Sió. The current building is a large house very renovated that rises on the highest wall of the village.
4. Santa Magdalena
Santa Magdalena is a fourteenth-century Gothic church located on the outskirts of the city of Cervera, in the Segarra region. This is included in the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia. Today only a few damaged walls remain.
5. Tossal de les Forques
Tossal de les Forques is a mountain of 562 meters that is located in the municipality of Cervera, in the Catalan region of Segarra. The name of the hill is due to the fact that formerly here those condemned to hang were executed.
6. Castell de Cervera
Cervera Castle is a building in Cervera (Segarra) declared a cultural asset of national interest. It is located at the southwest end of the town, on a hill called Montseré that dominates the valley of the Ondara river.
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