Tuesday to Friday: 20:00 Saturdays: 18:30 Sunday and holidays: 10:00
Carrer Mossèn Alcover, 20
Construction of the Catholic church of Sant Miquel began in 1899 based on plans sketched out by Monsignor Antoni María Alcover, revised by Joan Guasp and slightly modified by the famous Catalan architects Antonio Gaudí and Joan Rubió. It was inaugurated in 1907 and its most outstanding features are the Neo-Romanesque-style façade, the row of balconies with terrace, the fan-shaped rose window and the four-storey bell tower.
The church is in the main square and is open on Saturday mornings from 11:00 to 13:00.
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