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What to visit at Besalu?
In this section we make a collection of buildings, churches and other monuments located in Besalú that we recommend you to visit during your stay or vacation in this city of the region of Garrotxa.
The Romanesque bridge (widely known as "The Bridge of Besalú") is a building that dates from the XIth or XIIth Century (the first news we have from it are from 1075) and has undergone several restorations over its history.
A “miqvé” is a bath used for purification rituals associated with the Jewish people.
It is the first building of its kind discovered in Spain and the third in Europe until now.
Monastery of Sant Pere
Monastery located in the historic center of the town. Currently, the only remaining from the monastery is a church of great historical interest.
Sant Vicenç Church
The church of San Vicente was originally the parish of Besalú.
The hospital of San Julià or simply Sant Julià is in fact the church of the old hospital that had this name.
This is an old flour mill which used the force of the water canal that passes near the gardens.