The historic centre of Conesa has been declared of National Cultural interest. It is worth visiting this small town that retains medieval traces, part of its walls, the mayor kindly opened the church and led me to the "Call" (old Jewish quarter) and castle ruins. Biure de Gaia property of the Hospitallers, a place for the transit of bandits but today it's an idyllic village with its castle. Les Piles, head of the municipality, is also worth a visit.
Walking through this region of Tarragona, you discover countless paths leading through uninhabited areas, abandoned villages and farmland. If you dig a little deeper, you can find interesting routes the Cistercian Route, which takes you through the three Cistercian monasteries were located in Catalonia. But, on this day we decided to go for a walk in the countryside to the north of the region, specifically in the area of Conesa. On either side, fields of wheat and rye stretched as far as the eye could see, lulled by the gentle wind blowing that afternoon. The sun was already saying goodbye with a beautiful sunset, as the light painted the wheat stalks a thousand shades of gold. On the way home we heard the pebbles jump to the rhythm of our footsteps and a huge farmhouse, uninhabited, silently watching us pass by. A great place to share with those you love.