Rocabruna, situated at an altitude of around 972 metres, is a small village with few inhabitants which neighbours Beget and reflects the Romanesque style that characterises its buildings.
The village is centred around the parish church of Sant Feliu, an exceptional example of Romanesque architecture restored in 1929. Rocabruna is also famous for its castle, the ruins of which still remain. This castle is located at the top of a small mountain and offers wonderful views of the Pyrenees and the Alta Garrotxa region. The village’s mountain setting and varied topography also provides visitors with an opportunity to enjoy unique views and landscapes.