Travel back into the past as you wander the streets of Beget, a small village in the Valley with an air of having remained almost untouched by the passage of time. Its rural charm and majestic Romanesque-style architecture make this an ideal place to unwind and drink in the nature of the surrounding mountain landscape, as you listen to the water bubbling in the rivers that flow through it.
The Church of Sant Cristòfol is the architectural jewel in Beget’s crown and one of the most important sites of cultural interest in the region. The village is characterised by its stone constructions, a key element in everything from its cobbled streets to its two medieval bridges.
It is important to note that Beget has been certified as a Cultural Asset of National Interest (BCIN) by the Catalan Tourist Board and forms part of the Charming Towns Tourism Brand, a classification only awarded to 14 towns in the whole of Catalonia, five of which can be found in the regions that make up the Girona Province.