Also known as the Conjunt Monumental de la Roca, this complex of buildings includes the Romanesque church of Santa Maria, dating from the 12th century, the Castell de Sant Martí, which was built in the 10th century, and the museum, which houses a number of archeological and ethnographical collections that include an Iberian funerary monument (third to second century BC); a woman’s head in stone (first century BC) known as the Venus of Pendedès; Roman tombstones; and a 15th-century Moorish soup bowl from Manisses, a piece that's considered unique, decorated both on the inside and outside and discovered during the restoration of the church.
|Venue name:||Castell Museu Municipal de Sant Martí Sarroca|
Conjunt Monumental de la Roca, s/n
Sant Martí Sarroca (Alt Penedès)
|Opening hours:||Mon closed (except pub holidays); Tue-Sun 10am-2pm, 3pm-6pm|