In Foixà, in Baix Empordà, strength is in unity. This is a municipality scattered with small towns, each with its own special charm. Some of the attractions are the churches of Sant Joan and Sant Llorenç, the castle of La Vila de Foixà or the cross of King John I, the Hunter, a monument marking the spot where the king died in a hunting accident. Head to the remains of the mediaeval settlement of Sidillà, abandoned hundreds of years ago, and you can visit the ruins of Sant Romà, one of the earliest known churches in Catalonia. A treasure hidden away in the forest.