Sant Genís del Terrer


The oldest recorded reference to this building is in a document dating from 974 A.D., dealing with donations made by Count Gaufred to the monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes. It was a church with a nave and a horseshoe-shaped apse. The apse (in the lower part of which we find opus spicatum, or herringbone- patterned stonework) is the only part of the building which conserves its vaulted roof; for the rest of the structure, only the walls remain.