Sant Martí de Saldes
- Has its origins in the year 875.
- The present church building is a sevetneeth century Baroque.
- City: Saldes.
The present church retains a Romanesque layout. It has a bell tower and has a square windows arch tone Romanesque. Reconstructed building (1703) with remains of the Romanesque apse perfectly oriented. The interior of the building is stone and view reveals the building structure. On each side two side chapels open vaulted arches puzzle. On the south wall remains an arch voussoirs and a window arch walled and very high. Preserved five altars inside, polychrome wood, Neoclassical and late nineteenth century, come from a local shop or Baga San Lorenzo de Morunys. It also preserves the image of the Virgin Gresolet thirteenth century, which in 1947 was moved for security reasons.