The richness of water gives Paisatges del Ter (Ter country) its character. The course of the Ter River and its capricious meanders between La Farga de Bebié and Masies de Roda mark this rich and varied country with a landscape that alternates peaks, hills and uplands, farmland, pastures and thick woodland. In the north, the ancient domain of Besora Castle makes up the Bisaura territory. Next to it, Castell de Montesquiu Park covers 500 hectares, divided between the municipalities of Montesquiu, Sora, Sant Quirze de Besora and Santa Maria de Besora. In the Ges Valley, the river crosses the Bellmunt and Curull mountain ranges, creating the magnificent scenery of Forat Micó. And in the south, two more castles, Orís and Voltregà, look down on the river as it flows through the area.
The Sant Vicenç de Torelló church, in Osona, is a Romanesque gem. Construction was started in the 11th century and it is still used for worship today. You can discover all it has to offer through a guided tour.
Built in the mid-19th century, the Manlleu canal, in Osona, had two mills and seven factories along its banks. Now, a guided tour allows you to discover this interesting example of inland industrialisation.
This route, which is inspired by the work of the poet and his living landscape, associates literature and personal experience with sites such as the house where he was born and the factory where he worked.
The Museum has been specially designed to present the history, uses, processes and applications of copper. As well as a visit to the Museum, there is also a chance to see, the copper smelting and handling process at first hand.
This old Benedictine monastery is unique both for its architectural and historical significance, and for its spectacular location above the Sau reservoir. It is one of the most important monuments of Catalan Romanesque architecture.
This colony is a magnificent example of nineteenth-century industrial development in Catalonia and was founded by Scots in Manlleu, beside the Ter River. It was exemplary, as can be seen in the large number of services and facilities that may be visited today.