Tue-Sat 10.30am‑1.30pm, 5pm‑8pm (4pm‑7pm Oct-May), Sun and Bank Hols 10.30am‑2.30pm - closed Mon, 1 Jan, 25-26 Dec
The old Benedictine abbey, built over the tomb of St Cucufat, is found at the heart of the small town named after it. The church (12C) is a magnificent example of the transitional style between Romanesque and Gothic. Inside, you can admire the fine 14C All Saints' retable. In the cloisters 144 capitals by the master Arnau Cadell, incorporating several ornamental styles, encircle the garden.