Muntanyes de Prades

Rojals is a small mountain village that has belonged to the municipality of Montblanc since 1940. It is located on the north-east side of the Muntanyes de Prades Protected Natural Area, 979 m above sea level. It is the highest inhabited city of the Prades Mountains.

There are 15 Eastern Iberian-style rock art sites in Rojals. They date from 9,000 to 2,000 B.C., and they offer a glimpse at the real and symbolic worlds of our ancestors. The Rock Art Interpretation Centre of the Mountains of Prades, in Montblanc, includes a large sample of these prehistoric images.

The most emblematic buildings are the church of Romanesque origin (12th century), with some modifications and, the belvedere from where one can enjoy, on a clear day, a beautiful panorama over the Conca de Barberà and the Pyrenees.

Rojals celebrate festival summer around San Salvador on August 6.

Rojals is the starting point for various hiking trails, mountain biking and to enjoy a walk in nature.

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Ajuntament de Montblanc

+34 977 86 17 33
Plaça Major, 1, 43400 Montblanc, Tarragona
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