Montblanc is the capital of the region of Conca de Barbera in Tarragona. It was declared to be of monumental and artistic interest, and it is amazing. On the outside it's ugly and industrial, but once you step inside it is amazing.
Montblanc is a surprise hidden in the heart of the Tarragona province and proves once and for all that Tarragona’s charms aren’t limited to just the beach! The medieval district is beautiful and well-preserved and has a touch of
The church of Santa Maria Maggiore is like the icing on this beautiful cake that is the medieval town of Montblanc. Once you have entered its walls, it will be very easy to spot from afar and get to it. It's remarkably well-preserved
This church, outside the walls, is an excellent example of how you can use an old building that has no role for community purposes. The church houses the tourist office, exhibitions, such as Clickania, concerts and other events. Local
This corner of Montblanc is our downfall, due to the excellent pastries, sweets, chocolates, cakes and candies that you can enjoy here. The service is so good that you feel like a friend rather than a customer. We go a few times a
Built in the thirteenth century, with modifications at different times, the facade is very austere and Romanesque and the roof has archivolts and capitals. Inside is XIV century Gothic, with a single nave without an apse, a wooden
This place is known for its succession of walls, gates and towers. The "Old Bridge" offers a nice view of the town. It is also essential to walk around the outside of these magnificent canvas walls, about 6 meters high and nearly five
Strolling through Montblanc I cannot but help to admirethis beautiful arcaded square formed by arches and made of stone and around which stand many buildings. It is part of the historical center of the city so it is worth taking it
The walls of Montblanc are one of the main attractions of the city and are now even more so since they’ve restored them and opened them up for visitors to explore the towers.
The visit is very interesting and gives you an entirely
We visited this restaurant by chance, returning from a weekend at Port Aventura. The idea of eating on the highway didn't appeal to us, so we decided to divert via Montblanc and we ended up in this restaurant. It's a small place
This is one of the best places I can remember and it’s located in what’s considered one of the most beautiful villages in Catalonia: Montblanc.
I actually stumbled on this place when I was just wandering through the enchanting
This restaurant is located in the historic center of Montblanc. It belongs to a small hotel in the town, located in the Plaza de los Angeles. The menu is varied, offering a choice of 5 starters and 5 main courses. The value is very
Cal Jordi is worth a visit, if only to meet the owner, Jordi. He’s a really attentive host and his food is exquisite. He puts a lot of effort into pleasing his guests and even broke out a jug of muscatel wine as we had a chat after my
The Moli del Mallol is located in Montblanc. It is an old plaster mill from the mid-nineteenth century, which has been renovated several times. The restaurant has a capacity for about 500 people in 4 rooms of different sizes, which
We can confirm that, in Pergami, you will eat well. Good home cooking, great value for money, a large living room, good service, great location, easy to park. What more do you want?! I recommend it if you are looking for a good feast.
Cal Xixonenc is the ideal place for a pit stop to refuel with ice-cream, tapas, and wine in the center of Montblanc. The owner is a seasoned traveler and photographer and the whole restaurant is decorated with amazing photos of his