Vilamaniscle is located north of the county of Alt Empordà, in the province of Girona. The municipality has an area of 5.40 km2. Bordered on the north by the end of Llançà, to the south and west by Garriguella and Rabós.
Places of interest:
Vilamaniscle Castle is a large fortified manor consisting of three floors and castle only has the name. It is difficult to date. Located high in the village and around the houses are built there. The castle has a baroque shield.
Sant Quirze de Colera
The Monastery of Sant Quirze of Colera (municipality of Rabós) is about 20 minutes (by car) from Vilamaniscle along a forest track in good condition that comes from the same village, northwest. It is an ancient Romanesque monastery under restoration. His visit is recommended both for the artistic value as the landscape that surrounds it, a small secluded valley. About 100 meters to the east there is the Source of Light where water normally goes round. Currently there is a restaurant that has been integrated in a former stable.
Church of San Gil
Small building that only has d'una ship with semicircular head and is dated around the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Looks like it was a chapel belonging to Santa Eulalia de Novas (current Garriguella), a fact that may explain the separation between church and village, about 300 meters to the fourteenth century. Upon setting is the town cemetery.
The Standing Stone - Menhir Mas Roqué
It is believed that it was built around 3000 BC Located at the town of Rabos, this menhir is documented in the seventeenth century by the name of Stone or Stone Right Fita. Between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries had nailed an iron cross with the intent to "cristianitzar" a monument that was considered pagan and evil beings play the dominant religion. The 1941 Joan Amades published the legend of this menhir, which says that the buried part of it is so great that underground comes with its tip to touch the sea, which is at a considerable distance. Therefore, the inhabitants of the area believed that applying the ear to the rock sound of the waves was heard and, according to its intensity, were uncertainties about the state of the sea. It was also said that the stone or transpirava was often wet due to contact with the sea.
Megalith entirely retains two slabs and a fall, and largely covered and important remains of Tumul. The material used is the board or llicorella, which belongs to the same geological terrain landscape. As for fat slab, its dimensions are some consideration since it has an area of 3.60 m2 and is calculated about 2,016 kg. Has entirely disappeared from the tomb header, plus stones other possible camera and / or entry.