| The route continues to Vinyoles. There we find the Romanic church where Verdaguer served as a “shepherd of souls” for two years. He planted a bay tree (the tree of poets and immortality) in the rectory garden that today is now over a hundred years old and has become a destination for many pilgrims dedicated to Verdaguer. During that two years stay in Vinyoles, he wrote most of the poem, L’Atlàntida
, as well as many others.
Prior reservations required.
1. Guided tour and entrance to the sanctuary and the poet’s room, with a reading of the texts of Verdaguer there.
1 h and 30 min
€6 per person (minimum 12 people)
2. Guided tour of the sanctuary of Gleva, Verdaguer’s room, reading and return to Vinyoles to visit the Romanic church where Verdaguer first performed his duties in the chapel.
Approximately 2 h and 15 min
€7.5 per person (minimum 12 people)
This visit is only available in Catalan.
CASA - MUSEU VERDAGUER
C/ Major, 7
Tel: 00 34 93 812 21 57