The bell tower of the basilica of Sant Feliu is, along with the Cathedral of Girona, one of the most recognizable architectural pieces from the city skyline. Built over an ancient paleo-Christian temple, the basilica of Sant Feliu was raised up in different stages during the XII and XVII centuries.
Until the irruption of the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Girona, the basilica of Sant Feliu was the main temple of Girona dedicated to the Christian cult.
The interior of the basilica contains multiple elements of interest for the visitor. The most remarkable corresponds to the 8 Pagan and Early Christian sarcophagi of the third and fourth centuries, and the Gothic tomb of Sant Narcís, which corresponds to the 14th century.