We recommend you to follow carrer d’Ullà, one of the town’s main commercial streets. On the right side you will find carrer Sant Agustí. This street is named after and old Augustine monastery which was founded in the 14th century and survived until the end of the 19th. The Renaissance-style cloister from the 17th century still stands and is one of the best-conserved in Catalonia. From the cloister, we recommend returning to the Plaça de la Vila via the commercial streets of Sant Agustí, Porta Nova and Ullà.