Stroll around the beautiful Medieval town of Montblanc and its old cobbled streets from the 12th century, surrounded by well-preserved Medieval walls and watch towers. There you will find the place where Sant Jordi (Saint George) supposedly killed the dragon and saved the princess... After getting embedded of the flavour of this town, you will follow to the next Medieval site: the Royal Monastery of Santa Maria de Poblet, UNESCO World Heritage and a masterpiece of early Gothic art of great importance for Catalan and Spanish history. This Cistercian abbey is one of the largest in Spain. The austere, majestic monastery, which has a fortified royal residence and contains the pantheon of the kings of Catalonia and Aragon is a really impressive sight. Round off this day with a visit to the very last Moorish village in medieval Catalonia, Siurana, a fairy tale site over a cliff with stunning views.