Walking around Solsona we move in a city full of history and strong traditions which breathe in every corner of the historical center. In a population of giant beasts folkloric tradition, in a population of giants and folkloric bestiary, tradition of cutlery and food crafts.
The Vall de Lord is a small valley located in Alt Solsonès that presents a perfect combination of all the characteristic natural elements of the Pre-Pyrenees: mountains, rivers, vegetation and animals.
The different mountain ranges and their rivers are full of vegetation, which is very diverse thanks to the strong variability of the terrain. Pre-Pyrenean landscapes predominate in this environment with subalpine meadows and black pine forests in the higher parts and oak and Scots pine forests in the lower areas. This variability means that the landscape in spring and summer is painted with different shades of green and during autumn it adopts different contrasts of reds, oranges and yellows.
Take a journey through history with a guided tour of the monumental complex of Sant Esteve d’Olius.
This visit will take you back in time, between the era of the Iberians and the early 19th century, as you can explore the Iberian pits, the Romanesque church, the pre-Romanesque crypt, and the modernist cemetery designed by Bernardí Martorell.
The Santuari del Miracle is a truly exceptional religious centre with important artistic value. Discover its best-kept secrets, such as the Baroque altarpieces and the sacristy, the monastery’s cloister, and the pond.
Discover its best-kept secrets, such as the Baroque altarpieces and the sacristy, the monastery’s cloister, and the pond.
The town of Cardona is 15 km from the campsite and it is known for its emblematic medieval castle.
The theatrical visit “La Verdadera Història de la Torre de la Minyona” is intended for families, while the “Visita General Interpretativa del Castell de Cardona” is for the general public.
The Salt Mountain is a unique natural phenomenon, and it continues to grow as the rain erodes it. Its 120 meter height is just the tip of a massive diapir that stretches down nearly two kilometres.
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