Located on top of a hill to the north of the village of Llordà. It is a fortified space from the 11th century. It is one of the best examples of architecture, not strictly religious, but of a residential nature, the most important of the high-medieval period preserved in Catalonia. This building was built by Arnau Mir de Tost, one of the most important figures in the policy of feudal expansion.
It consists of two enclosures: the lower one contains the church and the canonry, as well as what must have been the old village; the upper one constitutes the true castle, here the palace proper is located, the noble building to the highest point and the rooms of the service or the troops in a lower level.
At the moment this group is being the subject of architectural restoration and consolidation, as well as archaeological excavations that will provide more data in this regard.
* Visit of approximately 45 minutes.