Sant Feliu Sasserra
Altitude: 617 m
Sant Feliu Sasserra is a town of 650 inhabitants, which belongs administratively to Bages. It is in a unique and beautiful place, surrounded by pine, oak and oak, suitable to mushrooms, and dotted with fountains. The economy is based on agriculture, livestock and industry.
Sant Feliu is the southwest Sasserra access to Lluçanès from Bages. The territory extends around the gully Relat and offers no other urban core capital. It has, however, numerous farmhouses.
Sant Feliu, as elsewhere in the Lluçanès has an important tradition of stories of witchcraft. At the top of the village, the Serrat of Forques, where historically the last Catalan witches were hanged. It enjoys a good panoramic view and is currently occupied by a modernist building type.
The church of Sant Feliu Sasserra of Romanesque building was built during the eleventh century on an old church of the tenth century the temple was enriched during the XII century with a cover of the same style with carved capitals worked and turns, which still remains intact, preserved as lateral current church, late Gothic, dating from 1581 entry.
In the town we find the old medieval castle Saciera, the eleventh century plant in a horseshoe, of which only a part of a round tower remains. The walls of the tower rising to a height of 3.20 meters above the ground, form a circle, interrupted by the collapse of part of the wall. Near this, on a small hill, are the foundations of a Romanesque church dedicated to San Julián de Saciera.