Urban itinerary that allows to know the medieval structure of the town, as it evolved from the houses of la Sagrera and the Romanesque church to the walled Cellera and the current town, and the most relevant elements of the historic centre.
The trail can start at the Portal de Llevant and Casa d'en Verntallat (or the old Sant Feliu de Pallerols railway station, today the Tourist Information Office). Continue along Carrer dels Valls, which still has the old alley that separated the houses from the defensive walls. Go through the Migjorn gate, past the old cemetery and the houses of La Sagrera, until you come to Plaça de l'Església. Walking toward the Firal, take Carrer de la Plaça Verda to the bridge (today Carrer del Rec).
If you continue to the right from here, you will walk beside the Brugent River, flowing between basalt blocks, until you reach the Molí Gros lock. A little further on, you will find the houses of Sant Sebastià, the chapel of the same name, and a stone bridge. At the bridge, you can turn to the left toward Carrer del Puig and follow the riverside path until you arrive back at the Firal.
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