Campdevànol is a municipality in the Ripollès region that is surrounded by the peaks of Sant Marc, Estiula, Montgrony and Corones, which offer unique and fantastic views of the environment. In fact, in these places, the municipality has created a set of itineraries that through explanatory plafons help to know well the fauna and flora of the area, as well as the cultural heritage.
We highlight the nature itinerary of Sant Julià de Saltor in which we visit, apart from the aforementioned parish, Sant Martí de Armàncies and its natural environment; the nature itinerary of Sant Pere d'Aüira through which four churches of the area are known and the fantastic views of the Freser river are contemplated; and the nature itinerary through the gorges of Torrent de la Cabana where you can enjoy fantastic views of the waterfalls and, if the weather is favorable, the clear waters of the gorges that invite you to soak in the water.
As regards the town of Campdevànol, we find the parish church of Sant Cristòfol built in the late nineteenth century, because the old one was far from the center. The bell tower was rebuilt in the mid-twentieth century, since the previous one collapsed.
The communication of the population between the two sides of the river is essential, so it has always been essential the presence of a bridge. The Old Bridge was built in 1899 and served to link the town and the Raval neighborhood. In 1912 and further south, the New Bridge was built, which has become a means of communication between the Ripollès and Berguedà regions.
Within the municipality, on the road from Campdevànol to Gombrèn we find the Tor house, one of the only modernist houses that are preserved in the town and have not been modified. Campdevànol also has another modernist building, but this one has been modified, it is the regional Hospital of Campdevànol.
As expected in this area, Campdevànol also has its part of camí ral, which reaches the source of Sant Eudald and Querol and to the Romanesque church of Sant Llorenç de Campdevànol of the eleventh century.