There are no documented references to the pre-Romanesque chapel of Santa Fe dels Solers until the end of the 14th century, when it was mentioned in two contemporary nomenclatures as a suffragan diocese of Sant Climent Sescebes. On the other hand, Solers as a place was documented as early as the 13th century. However, the origin of the church is uncertain. Some experts date it to between the 7th and 8th centuries, while others believe it dates to the 8th-9th centuries, but without ruling out the possibility that it is actually older. There seems to be more agreement as to the enlargement of the church, which would have taken place during the 10th century, likely in the second half. A noteworthy feature of the church is an engraved 14th-century granite tombstone which was found next to the chapel and moved inside the church.
17751, San Clemente Sasebas, Provincia de Gerona, España