On the coast of Sant Sebastià, within the municipality of Prats de Lluçanès, is located the Roc Foradat.
Roc Foradat is a large stone, which currently has a hole in its central part. In the past, therefore, it had more than one hole. This element is located next to the old royal road, and we understand that the hole served as a chapel to locate some figure, or image, of some Saint.
The Roc Foradat, for this reason, is linked to the legend of the Napa Witch. In 1766, the dismembered body of a four-year-old girl was found lying in the dunghill of a house in the village. The neighbors believed that the responsible was the popularly known Napa Witch. The suspicions were confirmed when a group of men found the left arm and the liver cooked in blood of the murdered girl in the house of the Napa Witch.
A group of men arrested the Napa Witch at Roc Foradat. According to the neighbours of Prats, the Napa Witch came to the Roc Foradat to make her magic spells. Once arrested, she was detained and sent to Barcelona to be judged. She was accused of murder, and hung on the gallows. For the people of Prats de Lluçanès, she had put an end to witchcraft in the village.