Once arrived in Rupit, there is something that attracts attention and this apart from its natural beauties and its constructions is an imposing wall of more than 900 meters that emerges on a large rock that dominates the entire town. On a rocky hill that can be seen from the town is the “Hermitage of Santa Magdalena”, one of the many churches that you will see from outside and from inside, to admire the ancient paintings and architecture. A route full of charmings paths and nture that will make you enjoy the beauty of these religious buildings. The most important vhurch is the Sant Miquel’s Church. After doing this route, you will be able to do a wafers workshop. Joan is the local wafer maker, he has been doing his passion for a long time, as well as his family did in the past. He will share the amazing process with you, and what’s more, you will able to see and do incredible handmade wafers. Through all this years, there has been a lot of unique stories going on, Joan will explain you all and you can be part of them too by enjoying this amazing experience. When you return home, your family and friends will envy you for all this time you spent doing the most delicious wafers. You could also bring some to them! The next day, you will do a gastronomy workshop, mking delicious local plates. In the Fonda Marsal, the passion for hand-made gastronomy has been present since many years. The canelloni and the ‘Crema Catalana’, the most famous Catalan sweet, made from milk, eggs and sugar, which is usually presented with a layer of sugar burned on top, are their top plates that you will see how are done and you will also learn how to do them with our friend Quim, who will teach you while he explains you all the process to make you feel all the history behind it, a unique experience that you will never forget. All of this experiences, together, shows the authenticity of Rupit.