Activities in the Valley of CAMPRODON

Ideal for a holiday and to enjoy the activities and surroundings that this unique Valley of Camprodon offers you.


Camprodon is a small village of medieval origin, located in the center of the Ter river Valley, in the Ripollès area (Pyrenees of Girona).
In the center of Camprodón there are two rivers, the Ter and the Ritort, which get together in the Pont Nou or Puente Romano (Roman bridge) (13th century).
Camprodon has a long tourist tradition. During the mid-twentieth century it literally became the summer resort for all the Catalan mid class families. They where all settled along the “Paseo Maristany” or the “Paseo de la Font Nova”, which borders the Ritort River.
The Monastery of Sant Pere, founded in the 10th century by the Count of Besalú and the Church of Santa María, is one of the most important buildings in Camprodón.
Music is very important when talking about the city.
Camprodón is the birthplace of the great music composer Isaac Albéniz, Born in 1860 this talented musician has nowadays a Museuem dedicated to him.
We reccomend to take into account too the Music Festival that is held every year here.
Nowadays, Camprodon is undoubtedly a lively town, with shops and activities all year round.

The Valley of Camprodon

Camprodon’s Valley: where nature, culture, history, gastronomy and tradition come together to give as a result this wonderful valley, full of magical places where you can find spectacular villages of medieval origin and enjoy the first foothills of the Pyrenees .
The famous Roman Way limits the valley to the south, and continues way down to the Garrotxa.
At the north the Ter river starts and we can find severals beautiful medieval villages scattered:
Beget is popularly considered one of the most beautiful villages in Catalonia.
Its Romanesque church of Sant Cristòfol (twelfth century) is the most important building in the village. Its Romanesque tower is considered a symbol of Catalonia and has been declared Cultural Asset of National Interest.
Beget also has two magnificent medieval bridges which are worth a visit. The Beget, gorges, hidden in the middle of nature, are ideal. With its transparent waters under a waterfall, stone floor and a small pebble beach are a must for every visitor.
Molló is another of the villages to take into consideration, with its typical houses and with its imposing Romanesque church of Santa Cecilia, is worth a visit too.
Mollo connects Camprodon’s valley with France through the old pass of Coll d’Ares, from where a fantastic panoramic view will leave you breathless .
Fabert and Espinavell, are two neighbour villages that also stand out.
In Espinavell, we recommend a traditional celebration “Tria de Mulats d’Espinavell”, it is an important cattle fair.
Llanars, Vilallonga de Ter, Tregurá, Roca y Abella
If we follow the valley in the direction to Vallter 2000, we find Llanars, a small and quiet village ideal for a walk at any time of the year.
Further up, we find Vilallonga de Ter and very near to it, Tregurá, a small village that is literally hanging on the mountain, and Roca and Abella both in full nature and with splendid views over Camprodon
The last town before arriving to Vallter 2000 is Setcases, located at 1270 m., A small and beautiful town, with houses and stone streets that maintain the traditional essence. It is a very touristic town with many restaurants where you can taste the traditional dishes of the area..

Discover Nature as a family

Camprodon’s Valley is ideal for a family getaway, you can enjoy nature and do a lot of activities designed exclusively for children and family:
  • Mountain excursions.
  • Walks around the Romanesque villages
  • Small bike routes for all levels.
  • horseback or pony rides
  • Adventure Park: “Estiula Aventura“, with the largest zip line in Catalonia.
  • Mollo Parc. A park where animals are in their natural environment.
  • Guided tours so children can learn how shepards lived in the past or listen to legends in a fun way.

Romanesque monuments of the area

The radiance of the Romanesque in this region has left an important artistic heritage that embraces a large part of the Catalan Romanesque architectural typology.
It is one of the largest concentrations of Romanesque art in Europe, with more than 98 monuments scattered throughout the region.
The monasteries, castles and more than sixty churches complete the natural beauty of the whole region. A tour through some of its most brilliant and representative monuments will allow you to follow the routes of the past.
So take good note:
  • Monasterio de Santa Maria de Ripoll
  • Monasterio de Sant Joan de les Abadesses
  • Conjunto arquitectónico del pueblo de Beget
  • Monasterio de Sant Pere de Camprodon
  • Iglesia de Santa Maria de Ribes de Freser
  • Castillo de Mataplana (Castillo del comte Arnau) en Gombrèn
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Outdoor Sports Activities

If you are a sports lover, take advantage of your stay and practice the outdoor activities in the magnificent surroundings of the Valley of Camprodon, throughout the year:
  • BTT routes: to explore natural sites of historical and cultural interest.
  • Hiking and trekking, through the mountains of the Valley and visit the source of Ter river .
  • Horseback ridings
  • Alpine or mountain skiing: ski during winter at the Vallter 2000 ski resort.
  • Camprodon Golf Club: the course has an area of ​​3 km, with 9 holes and is located in the middle of a forest.
  • Excursions on 4×4 or motorcycle
  • Snowracket excursions
  • Ruta del Ter (route of the Ter river): hiking or biking: www.rutadelter.cat


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The folkloric festivities

In El Ripollès almost all festive celebrations commemorate events linked to history, religion, work or folklore.
Take good note of them:
-“Fiesta de la lana” (wool fair) in Ripoll
International skill shepard dog competition, a tradition spread throughout the Pyrenees that began in the valley of Ribes
Cattle fair in Espinavell
-“Fiesta Mayor” of Sant Joan de les Abadesses, with the typical “ball of Pabordes”
-The spectacular Procession of the Holy Mysteries in Camprodon.
We also would like to highlight two dates of pilgrimage to two hermitages of Camprodon:
-13 June there is a meeting in San Antonio, with a mass and “ sardanas.” (typical catalán regional dance)
-13 October, meeting at the Ermita de los Remedios.


The gastronomic richness of the valley of Camprodon, thanks to its historical legacy, has given as a result a traditional mountain cuisine of great quality, full of new proposals
With a variety that includes exclusive and traditional products from the area :
-Sausages and other meat preparations: elaborated in an artisanal way
– goat, cow and sheep cheese
– Game : veal, lamb and mountain foal
-Birba biscuits: made in Camprodon and very well-known throughout Catalonia.
-honey and jams, natural products
-“trumfa” or potato typical of the Valley
All of them are products that can be found in the stores of the villages of the Camprodon or in the weekly markets. The restaurants of the área put at our disposal in each town with the most delightful dishes.

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