Sant Vicenç Church (12th century)


From the 12th century there is evidence of the primitive medieval church dedicated to SaInt Vicenç, patron saint of the wine growers. Originally, the small church didn’t have a bell tower. Starting in the 13th-14th century, the tower was erected as a fortified bell tower attached to the church. It should be highlighted that for more than six centuries it provided spiritual worship services for dozens of generations of Llança citizens until it was torn down in the 17th century. According to several historians, the medieval church was located on the east wall, from which the main arcade connected to it. Fortunately, the tower of the old church is still standing today by chance, since it was also supposed to be torn down.