If you come for the day, you can also visit – the emblematic Castellvell (old castle), which is an essential part of the Solsona landscape, and gives visitors a panoramic view of the town and its surrounding area; the pre-Romanesque crypt and the modernist cemetery in Olius, walk or cycle to the riverside park at la Mare de la Font. This natural area has been designed for all the family; you can follow the route of fountains, or go as far as the pont de l’Afrau, which is an aqueduct that was used to bring water to Solsona. All this is just four kilometres from the old quarter.
Dolmens, romanesque churches, defence towers, baroque altarpieces, the Ribera Salada riverside, the start of the Cardener river, salt mines, reservoirs, skiing, golf, walking or cycling routes through unspoilt natural landscapes, and a wide range of other possibilities that invite us to discover the SOLSONÈS region.
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