Unmissable tourist sites
Montblanc Travel guide
Montblanc : Michelin's recommendations
Montblanc lies in an exceptional setting near the confluence of the River Francoli and River Anguera, and commands an impressive view of the local area. It stands in a fertile landscape of vineyards and almond trees, to a backdrop of mountain slopes carpeted in pine groves. Within the town walls, time seems to have stood still in its winding streets, which provide an ideal setting for Medieval Week, when the legend of St George is re-enacted.
Tourist attractions Montblanc : Things to see and do
Josa 6 E - 43400 Montblanc
This museum in a 17C house contains important archaeological and ethnographical relics from the area. Note the extraordinary collection of ceramic bottles from a pharmacy in Montblanc (18C).
place Santa Maria E - 43400 Montblanc
Overlooking the town, this church is a symbol of the prestige enjoyed by Montblanc during the course of its history. The interior, a single nave with eleven side chapels nestled between buttresses, appears as though it were designed for a cathedral. ..
Carrer dels Jueus E - 43400 Montblanc
This Gothic house (14C) is one of the surprises hidden in the old quarter. The austere lines of the fortified surrounding wall give way to a dashing architectural style which is very agreeable to see.
Alenyà,11 E - 43400 Montblanc
This wonderfully charming hotel has rustic features thanks to its careful renovation from a 19th-century home constructed of wood and stone. Escape to the Catalonian countryside in traditional style. Located in the centre of Mont Blanc, you will exp..