This stands on a hill overlooking the river Siurana, with views of a striking landscape taking in the Montsant massif as a backdrop and the villages of La Morera, Gratallops with its chapel of La Consolació, El Lloar and El Molar.

The Priorat has been inhabited by hermits for many centuries. There are 15 hermitages which are scattered across the country, 10 in the Montsant Mountain Range area, set in places of outstanding natural beauty. Many of these hermitages can be reached by car.

Sant Gregori (Saint Gregory's) can be found one and a half km from Falset in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The hermitage which venerates Saint Anthony, has been built within a great red sandstone cave. It is a mysterious and fascinating place which seems to have been sculpted out of the rock by the wind. 

This hermitage is perched on a hill of "Llicorella" (Slate) soil on the outskirts of Gratallops. This spot affords fantastic views over the the heart of the Priorat county and Montsant mountain range.