Campdevànol is a municipality in the Ripollès which is surrounded by the peaks of Sant Marc, Estiula, Montgrony and Corones, which offer unique views and fantastic surroundings. In fact, in these places, the municipality has created a set of itineraries through explanatory panels help to know well the fauna and flora of the area as well as cultural heritage.
We highlight the natural pathway of Sant Julia de Saltor where you visit, part of that parish, Sant Martí de Armancies and its natural environment, the natural pathway of Sant Pere d'Auira through which known four churches in the area and are contemplated Freser fantastic river views, and the itinerary of nature by gorgs the Torrent de la Cabana in which contemplate fantastic views of waterfalls and, if the time is right, of the sparkling waters of the gorgs that invite us to soaking.
As relates to the town of Campdevànol, we find the parish church of Saint Christopher built in the late nineteenth century, because the former was removed from the center. The bell tower was rebuilt in the mid-twentieth century, as the former collapsed.
Communication between people on both sides of the river is essential, therefore, has always been essential to the presence of a bridge. The Old Bridge was built in 1899 and served to unite the people and the Raval district. In 1912 and further south, new bridge was built that has become a channel of communication between the regions of Ripollès and Berguedà.
Within the municipality, on the road to Campdevànol to find the house Gombrèn Tor, one of the few modernist houses that remain in the population and have not been modified. Similarly, Campdevànol has another modernist building, but this itself has been modified, Campdevànol regional Hospital.
As expected in this area, Campdevànol also has its share of cami ral, which goes to the Sant Eudald and Querol and to the Romanesque church of Sant Llorenç de Campdevànol XI century.