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The municipality of Albanyà comprises a handful of villages in the Alt Empordà that were gradually depopulated during the 20th century: Lliurona, Bassegoda, Pincaró, Carbonills, Corsavell, etc. It includes more than a dozen churches, all Romanesque and pre-Romanesque. Many can be accessed on foot or by bike via paths or trails through the natural surroundings of Albanyà, and others can be reached by car, such as Mare de Déu del Mont.
Sant Bartomeu de Pincaró church
Sant Julià de Ribelles hermitage
Palau Romanesque church
Sant Andreu de Lliurona church
Sant Corneli church
Sant Cristòfol dels Horts church
Sant Feliu de Carbonills church
Sant Joan de Bossols church
Sant Miquel de Bassegoda church
Sant Vicenç del Principi church
Sant Martí de Corsavell church and tower
Sant Llorenç de Sous monastery
Sant Pere d'Albanyà monastery
Mare de Déu del Fau sanctuary
Mare de Déu del Mont sanctuary