In addition to all the tips you’ll find on our section “What to do on a two-day holliday tour”, we suggest the following: In the valley of Camprodon, only within 20-minutes’ driving time from our self-catering manor house, we recommend at least a couple of outings in your car. The first one consists of a round tour starting with a short visit of Camprodon, to then drive on to one of the most genuine and well-preserved  hamlets up to date, i.e. Beget, which has recently achieved the Unesco Heritage label, with its picturesque stone houses and narrow streets. The next  stretch of road up until Oix is quite a winding one, but well worth the amazing views over the Pyrennées. Time now to go back to St. Pere d’Espuig but if  you haven’t seen the cliff-hanged village of Castellfollit yet, you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of it on your way back to Masia LaCoro. Get ready for the  next day.    On the second one you’ll want to drive through Camprodon and on to the skiing resort of Vallter 2000 (the number designates the number of metres it is above sea level). If you enjoy hiking you’ll have taken a good pair of mountain boots to climb to the top of Gra de Fajol, (in the winter you may want to  rent a couple of snow shoes in neighbouring Setcases, and if you are still in the mood for another hiking landmark just get to the summit of Bastiments peak - at 2881m it is pretty higher up than Ben Nevis :-). Don’t forget to pay a short visit to the “Xalet” refuge on your way back down.  Another really beautiful spot to see for any traveller who enjoys nature at its best is the natural pools of Sadernes. We recommend early or mid June for  the best experience. Stop at one of the best-preserved Romanesque bridges just to judge for yourself how sound it still is after so much troubled water having flown through it. Upwards we go and left we turn until we cannot drive any longer save you want to risk getting fined for not leaving your car in the car park provided. We will next walk past a number of wonderfully beautiful natural pools till we get to the recently-restored refuge of St. Aniol. The most interesting spot lies scarcely 1 km upwards the river, when we’ll get to this astounding waterfall - Salt del Brull. Bathing here is only for the brave, but the pleasure of getting  rid of every garment to fuse and commune with nature here is pretty much irresistible, as is also getting the back of your neck massaged by the falling  water, with temperatures around 15º C - not for the faint-hearted, but you’ll emerge truly afresh.
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In addition to all the tips you’ll find on our  section “What to do on a two-day holliday  tour”, we suggest the following: In the valley of Camprodon, only within  20-minutes’ driving time from our self-  catering manor house, we recommend at  least a couple of outings in your car. The  first one consists of a round tour starting  with a short visit of Camprodon, to then  drive on to one of the most genuine and  well-preserved hamlets up to date, i.e.  Beget, which has recently achieved the  Unesco Heritage label, with its  picturesque stone houses and narrow  streets. The next stretch of road up until  Oix is quite a winding one, but well worth  the amazing views over the Pyrennées.  Time now to go back to St. Pere d’Espuig  but if you haven’t seen the cliff-hanged  village of Castellfollit yet, you’ll be able to  catch a glimpse of it on your way back to  Masia LaCoro. Get ready for the next day.   On the second one you’ll want to drive  through Camprodon and on to the skiing  resort of Vallter 2000 (the number  designates the number of metres it is  above sea level). If you enjoy hiking you’ll  have taken a good pair of mountain boots  to climb to the top of Gra de Fajol, (in the  winter you may want to rent a couple of  snow shoes in neighbouring Setcases,  and if you are still in the mood for another  hiking landmark just get to the summit of  Bastiments peak - at 2881m it is pretty  higher up than Ben Nevis :-). Don’t forget  to pay a short visit to the “Xalet” refuge on your way back down. Another really beautiful spot to see for any traveller who enjoys nature at its best is  the natural pools of Sadernes. We  recommend early or mid June for the best  experience. Stop at one of the best-preserved  Romanesque bridges just to judge for  yourself how sound it still is after so much  troubled water having flown through it. Upwards we go and left we turn until we  cannot drive any longer save you want to  risk getting fined for not leaving your car in the car park provided. We will next walk past a number of  wonderfully beautiful natural pools till we  get to the recently-restored refuge of St.  Aniol. The most interesting spot lies  scarcely 1 km upwards the river, when  we’ll get to this astounding waterfall - Salt  del Brull. Bathing here is only for the  brave, but the pleasure of getting rid of  every garment to fuse and commune with  nature here is pretty much irresistible, as  is also getting the back of your neck  massaged by the falling water, with  temperatures around 15º C - not for the  faint-hearted, but you’ll emerge truly  afresh. .
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