This small chapel – that draws people’s attention as it seems to challenge the law of gravity – crowns the mountain of La Roca with its peculiar architecture. You will reach it on a picturesque path from the square of the Hermitage Mare de Déu de la Roca, to which it is linked. It was documented in the XVI century and it has been always associated to the seafarers; since the image of Sant Ramon of Penyafort was found by some fishermen. For centuries it was an orientation point for the fishing boats that had in this whitewashed chapel a reference of the coast. From its small viewing balcony, we can look over the plain of Camp de Tarragona.
While walking up to Sant Ramon’s chapel, we can stop at the so-called nun's cemetery where we will find a 5,5 metres high and 530 kilo wrought-iron cross.