Follow the path completed by Saint Ignatius in 1522 to Manresa, where, in the cave that bears his name, he experienced a profound spiritual transformation. Discover the places and landscapes of his pilgrimage: Igualada, Montserrat and Manresa.
A journey full of surprises over the most famous mountain in Catalunya.
The Ignatian Way connects with nature. The Geoparc.
Walking to the sacred mountain.
The last two stages of the Way of Saint Ignatius by bicycle.
The local grape variety is picapoll, which is only grown here
Farmers and chefs in the Bages and Anoia areas are reviving and promoting native, locally sourced crops.
Manresa is reviving foods such as the pilgrim's broth and “bullit” wine.
Besides its cultural attractions and tourist appeal, Montserrat is also remarkable for the many items of food and drink that are associated with the mountain.
The chickpeas of Alta Anoia, papelero rice and the Butifarra sausage of Calaf are the most prized gourmet items of the county
The historic centre of Manresa: a journey to medieval Catalonia.
Saint Ignatius: from noble knight to a devout Christian.