This is another short stage, but the importance of the city of Cervera and the possibility of accommodation here justifies the stop.
TARREGA: A city of more than 10,000 inhabitants and the capital of Urgell, famous for its Fair Street Theatre, held in September and at which many artists perform. The town has restaurants, supermarkets, pharmacies, health centres, banks, a bike shop and a tourist information office (C / Agoders, 16. Tel: 973 500 707).
CERVERA: With more than 7,000 inhabitants, it maintains traces of eighteenth century splendour in its buildings and walls which are much older, having been repaired in 1368. The church of San Antonio dates from the Middle Ages and in the church of St. Bernard, the Catholic monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabella, were married. In the impressive main square stand the buildings of the aristocracy (XVII–XVIII century) and the church of Santa Maria. For political reasons, in the eighteenth century the only university in Catalonia was in this city. It has restaurants, supermarkets, pharmacies, health centres, banks, a bike shop and a tourist information office (Tel: 973 531 303).