Tavèrnoles, with an unmistakable silhouette thanks to the slender bell tower of Sant Esteve, is a charming town located at the end of the Plana de Vic, right where Guilleries start rising.
All surrounded by thick forests of pines and oaks, the term brings a small urban Fussimanya and urbanization, located in the attractive area of ??Savassona (set of cultural and natural wealth that extends on either side of the road; consists Savassona castle and Romanesque church of Sant Pere, the hermitage of Sant Feliuet anthropomorphic tombs and remains of an Iberian settlement).
Tavèrnoles is a cozy village and represents the entry point Sau its western end.
Places of interest
Sant Esteve de Tavèrnoles is the parish church of Lombard architecture, dating from 1070. Located in the heart of the town, stands the bell tower.
Savassona offers a journey through time. The legacy of ancestors Neolithic and medieval Iberian shown in three places: the seventeenth-century castle, the Romanesque church of Sant Pere and Sant Feliuet Chapel, a Catalan Romanesque jewel, surrounded by anthropomorphic tombs and large rocks where is practiced bouldering. Tavèrnoles 1.5 miles away. This is what we find in the whole Savassona:
Savassona Castle preserved medieval remains and Sant Pere de Savassona is the old Romanesque parish church mentioned in 1035. the set is on a rock near the neck of Savassona.
Savassona Feliuet Sant is a beautiful Romanesque chapel located on a plain rock. Save a pit dug into the rock and is surrounded by anthropomorphic tombs.
The Plain Savassona is an esplanade that stretches Feliuet Sant shelter, where lie important testimonies of ancient times:
The most renowned site Savassona is the Stone of Sacrifice, which testifies to the Iron Age and the Middle Ages.
The rock carvings of Savassona are a set of 598 engravings spread over four stones located in the plain of Savassona.
The large block of sandstone detached from the top of Sant Feliuet, which is called Dau testifies to the erosive effects of the activity and the ancient human presence.
The monastery of Sant Pere de Casserres is located in one of the most spectacular river meanders Ter, at the gates of Sau is one of the jewels of Catalan Romanesque architecture. Founded in 1005, was completely renovated in 1998. has a visitor reception point where restoration photographs displayed and you can also eat. Entry will be charged. A 10 km drive Tavèrnoles.
Fiestas and traditions
- Spring Walk: April
- Snail Festival of Sant Feliuet: 2n Sunday in June
- Trobada of Land Rovers in June
- Festa Major de Sant Esteve de Tavèrnoles: August 3
- Festa de Sant Galderic: 3rd week of October
Sau Valley Tourist Consortium Collsacabra