Mancor de la Vall
Mancor spreads out at the foot of the Puig de Massanella (1,364 m), surrounded by a mountainous area covered in pine and holm-oak trees. Olive, almond, carob and fig trees grow on the plain. The village is home to architectural landmarks like the chapel of Santa Llúcia, documented in 1348, and the once-prosperous possessió of Massanella. In the 19th century the inhabitants made a living producing oil and exploiting the forest, and the mountains still contain charcoal pits, lime kilns and ice houses.