La Rectoria de Godmar is an architectural ensemble found in the municipality of Callús on top of a hill, between the cemetery and the remains of the ancient Godmar Castle, from which it takes its name.


The castle dates back to the 10th century and at present, only a semi-dilapidated round tower. The old parish church of Sant Sadurní—documented as far back as the 13th century—was rebuilt in 1800. At present, it preserves the original layout of the time. The ensemble was declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest in 1949 and is now deconsecrated many years ago.

La Rectoria de Godmar is the result of recovering the old Sant Sadurní Church and its attached rectory. Recently refurbished, it has been transformed into a cluster of multipurpose spaces where different social and cultural activities.

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