Altitude: 983 m
With an extension of 24.9 km², located halfway between Camprodon and Vilallonga de Ter, at 983 meters above sea level, we find the small town of Llanars, dominating an open and sunny landscape between meadows and fields that are the most plans and uniforms of l'Alta Vall de Ter. It belongs to the region of Ripollès - Gironès.
The town of Llanars is the head of a municipality, which also includes the neighborhoods of Llanarès and Espinauga, and the hamlets of Feitús and Riberal de Feitús.
The parish church of Sant Esteve occupies the center of the urban nucleus. The oldest dwellings, established on the north side of the church, stand on narrow streets of little length, which do not follow any symmetrical distribution.
The town of Llanars is currently, without a doubt, one of the municipalities of the Ripollès region with a higher rate of urban growth.
The first human settlements established in Llanars date from the Bronze Age. Of the two prehistoric vestiges that there are in the municipality, the most important thing is the cave de la Rendilla; This is located at the base of a limestone formation, about a hundred meters of difference with the stream of Feitús.
The other cavity, known as the Salines, has characteristics similar to the cave de la Rendilla.
The most noteworthy places of interest are: The parish church of Sant Esteve, the building of the Rectory and the cave de la Rendilla.