The towns

The Vila de Camprodon is the municipal capital and is surrounded by other urban centres and neighbourhoods with their own distinctive personalities and characteristics. Fall in love with the picture-postcard village of Beget, wander among the ruins of Rocabruna, enjoy the nature and fauna of Cavallera and explore the history of Salarsa as you discover the towns and villages of our municipality.

Specifically, the Vila de Camprodon comprises the Estabanell Colony, the neighbourhood of Cavallera, the grand houses of Mariner, Sitjar and Resclusanys, the neighbourhood of Freixenet, the residential area of Font Rubí, and in the Alta Garrotxa region, the villages of Rocabruna and Beget. Bolós, Bestraçà and Creixenturri also form part of the municipality.

Rocabruna

Rocabruna, situated at an altitude of around 972 metres, is a small village with few inhabitants which neighbours Beget and reflects the Romanesque style that characterises its buildings.

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Beget

Travel back into the past as you wander the streets of Beget, a small village in the Valley with an air of having remained almost untouched by the passage of time. Its rural charm and majestic, Romanesque-style architecture make this an ideal place to unwind and drink in the nature of the surrounding mountain landscape, as you listen to the water bubbling in the rivers that flow through it.

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Freixenet

Freixenet, although formerly an independent municipality within Camprodon, incorporating the town of Creixenturri and known as Freixenet de Camprodon, it became one of the centres that make up the municipality of Camprodon in 1965.

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Cavallera

The landscapes of the Cavallera mountains are some of the most beautiful in the area. Nestled high in the mountains and surrounded by green meadows and nature, its mountain range is presided over by the Valley’s highest peak, the Taga.

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Salarça

The Church of Sant Valentí de Salarça is the architectural highlight of this village. The restoration works begun in 2018 have succeeded in reversing the effects resulting from seismic activity in the zone to preserve an important example of Romanesque cultural heritage within the municipality.

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The Estabanell Colony

The Estabanell Colony is an old textile company town in Camprodon that, during its heyday, consisted of a textile factory long with a church, school and houses for the factory workers. It was the first of its kind constructed on the banks of the river Ter but was unfortunately ravaged by a huge fire in 1917 and subsequently had to be reconstructed.

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Bolòs

The neighbourhood of Bolòs, with approximately twenty inhabitants, is a small Camprodon village, which features the Romanesque church of Santa Maria de Bolòs, located on a small embankment overlooking the Bolòs stream.

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Bestracà

Bestracà is situated on the road from Beget to Oix, with the Masia del Pairé, the Puig de Bestracà, the Hermitage of Sant Andreu, the remains of the castle and Hermitage of Sant Julià, its principal historical highlights.

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Font Rubí (Rubí Fountain)

Font Rubí (Rubí Fountain)

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Creixenturri

Downstream from the town and on the left bank of the Ter, we come to Creixenturri, a village that, up until 1965, formed part of the old municipality of Freixenet de Camprodon.

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