The name reflects the era in which the Raval was set outside the city walls, in the countryside (or camp in Catalan). In fact, this small Romanesque church is more than 1,000 years old, as the engraved date shows on the tombstone of Count Guifré II Borrell, son of Guifré el Pilós. The exterior of the building is decorated with flowery red cabbages shaped into human faces, strange animals and vegetables.
|Venue name:||Sant Pau del Camp|
Sant Pau, 101
|Transport:||Paral·lel (M: L2)|