Altitude: 455 m
Puig-Reig is a municipality in the Berguedà, located on a hill by the river Llobregat. Its name means "big mountain".
The town of Puig-Reig is further formed Puig-Reig, for 6 towns: the Atmetlla Merola, Cal Marcal, Cal Riera, Pons Cologne, Cologne Vidal i Cal Prat. All these nuclei have their origin in the textile colonies were established along the river Llobregat during the fourteenth century. It is a clear example Colonia Vidal, the last colony in Berguedà built textile, and today has become an interesting museum where you can learn what life was like in a colony for 100 years.
If we walk around the town we can see the castle of Puig-Reig, an important fortress Berga County, dated the year 907, and that during the twelfth century was the residence of Guillem de Berguedà. It also highlights the Church of San Martin, the twelfth century, and with a single nave with barrel vault and a semicircular apse. On the outskirts of the village, Periques Bridge late Gothic bridge XIII century built on the Llobregat.