Things to see and do - Besalú
Besalú Travel guide
Besalú : Michelin's recommendations
This village, located in the Fluvià valley, was the capital of the county of Besalú from the 10C to the 12C. Its historic centre is home to one of Catalonia's most impressive Romanesque districts. Note the remains of ramparts, several medieval buildings adorned with fine gemelled windows, and a handsome Romanesque fortified bridge, begun in the 12C and subsequently restored on several occasions.
Tourist attractions Besalú : Things to see and do
This Romanesque Church (11C) used to belong to a Benedictine monastery. Built according to a plan with three naves, it has a curious deambulatory, formed with five arches supported by four pairs of columns. The carefully crafted capitals show the inf..
This building (12C and 13C) exemplifies the transition between the Romanesque and the Gothic style. As well as an elegant apse and two apsidal chapels, the Church has on its doorways noteworthy decorative elements (columns, capitals, reliefs and arch..
The medieval washing and bathing house is located in the old Jewish quarter with its narrow twisting streets.
Ganganell, 15 E - 17850 Besalú
Located in the heart of medieval Besalú, Hotel 3 Arcs offers modern rooms with a satellite TV. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout and there is free public parking nearby. All rooms at Hotel 3 Arcs feature a contemporary design and include a private ..
Ganganell, 2 E - 17850 Besalú
The Hotel Comte Tallaferro is set in the heart of Medieval Besalú, opposite the Sant Pere Church. The spacious rooms have views over the square and a free minibar. The Comte Tallaferro is a listed building in the national heritage site of Besalú. Th..
Pont, 2 E - 17850 Besalú
Prix Prices from : 70 €
Els Jardins de la Martana can be found in the historic centre of Besalú, next to the famous Romanesque bridge. It has free Wi-Fi and mountain views. All of the rooms in Jardins de la Martana have a private bathroom, as well as TV, minibar and teleph..
Pont Vell 24 E - 17850 Besalú
Situated in the heart of Besalú's old quarter, Pont Vell boasts two rustic dining rooms and an idyllic terrace in the shade of a medlar tree, all with superb views of the river. Traditional and local cuisine, including specialities such as sweet and ..