Sant Llorenç de Morunys
The municipality of Sant Llorenç de Morunys, a small extension of only 4.2 km², is located at the foot of the Sierra del Port del Comte, on the right side of the Cardener River, surrounded for the most part by the term of Guixers, except to the north, which borders the Coma i la Pedra.
It also includes the enclave that includes the Mola de Lord, with the sanctuary of Lord.
The town, is a tourist center for its scenic beauty and for its historical and artistic monuments, frequented practically throughout the year; in summer for the holiday makers, in autumn for the mushroom seekers and in winter for the skiers.
It preserves the medieval structure formed by a walled enclosure in the shape of an irregular pentagon where in the past there were five portals in the corners, of which four remain, and the Romanesque church and the cloister.
The town of Sant Llorenç de Morunys is known by the popular name of Sant Llorenç de los Piteus (the name comes from the industry that had been the piteu cloth).
Despite the looting that it suffered during the civil war, its Romanesque-style church preserves a series of works such as the 14th-century mural fragment , the Gothic altarpiece, the remains of the Baroque high altar, the Churrigueresque chapel and altar of the Virgin of the Colls and the altarpiece of San Miguel and San Juan of the XV century.