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    The El Berguedà campsite is located in a very culturally rich natural area at the heart of the Pyrenees in Catalonia.
    It is only 90 minutes away from Barcelona and 40 minutes from the French border. Discover breathtaking landscapes.

    Discover an area brimming with wonders!


    Must-sees in the area

    Camping El Berguedà - Cadi Moixero


    Visit the Cadí-Moixeró Nature Reserve

    Visit the largest nature reserve in Catalonia, with two large mountain ranges, Cadí and Moixeró, linked by the Tancalaporta pass. Discover impressive biodiversity. Take part in a wide variety of outdoor activities: hiking, horseback riding, bicycle touring, mountain biking, wild fauna observation, rock climbing, fishing, alpine skiing and cross-country skiing.


    Cercs Mines Museum
    6 km away

    This 2-hour visit is a real voyage to the centre of the earth where you will discover coal mines, which were one of the first industries in the region (along with concrete and textiles).


    Fumanya Dinosaur Interpretation Centre
    10 km away – Figols

    Just 20 minutes away from the campsite, you will find 3500 dinosaur prints over 65 million years old. A great opportunity for discovery for the whole family.


    Tren del Ciment – La Pobla de Lillet
    13 km away

    This train is over 100 years old, and historically linked the Asland cement plant in Castellar de n’Hug to Guardiola de Berguedà. It runs for 3.5 km and stops at 4 stations: La Pobla de Lillet, Puebla Centro, Jardines Artigas and Museo del Cemento-Castellar de n’Hug. It can hold up to 25 passengers and the trip takes about 20 minutes. A fun family outing!
    While you are there, also discover: The Cement Museum, Artigas gardens, The historical trains exhibit.


    Mirador del Gresolet
    – Pedraforca Belvedere

    18km away, Saldes

    The renowned Pedraforca mountain from the Catalan Pyrenees can be found in Saldes. It is a great place to enjoy cycling or a hike. While you are there, do not forget to visit the Mirador del Gresolet lookout point at the end of a 60-metre walkway and its spectacular views overlooking the Gresolet valley.


    Pedraforca Adventure Park
    24km away

    This rope adventure park offers many different circuits and ziplines above the treetops. For ages 3 and up.





    A stone’s throw from the campsite, visit Bagá, a ‘Roman medieval village’ to explore on foot, pick up a souvenir, eat local specialities and peruse the marketplace. In July, it hosts a medieval festival with music and entertainment.



    And 20 km from the campsite, hike to discover Gosol, a small village where the painter Picasso lived for a season and drew inspiration from its particular landscapes and atmosphere.



    Castellar de n`Hug

    And 40 minutes away, there is Castellar de n’Hug, a small town where you can discover the Fonts del Llobregat, the sources of the Llobregat, which is worth the detour. The springs emerge directly from the cliffs, which creates a powerful waterfall. After your visit, enjoy a delightful meal at one of the nearby restaurants offering local specialities.

    The best festivals and events

    – The Ball de les Coces
    – Festival for the return of the Cathars
    – LFia-faia festival