This church is a sizeable construction, dating from the eighteenth century. The church’s outline and bell tower are iconic features of Olot. The current façade was added in 1800 and it contains three empty niches, which used to hold stone images of St. Stephen, St. Valentine and St. Sabina, destroyed in 1936. The church steps, which lend the church a majestic air, were built in 1897.

Inside the church, notable features include the quality Baroque altarpiece known as the ‘Roser’ in addition to the sculpture of the main altar, by Josep Clara, a representation of Christ by Ramon Amadeu and the hugely valuable work depicting Christ embracing the Greco cross which is on exhibition in the Parish Museum (visits must be arranged beforehand: (+34) 972 26 04 74).

Visiting hours:
Monday to Saturday: 11h to 13h.
Closed Sundays.

Adults € 3
children, disabled, unemployed, students, pensioners and groups: € 2

Guided tours prior to contact: