The area of the Bergueda is characterized by its location in the middle of the Pre-Pyrenees in harmony with nature. If you spend a few days in Berga you will have the option to perform various activities suitable for both adults and for families with children. Get close to know the landmarks of the surrounding towns that won’t let you indifferent, you will discover that many of these sites are located to the side of the river Llobregat, source of life that once was an important part of the history of the region. From the town of Castellar de N’Hug you can visit the Llobregat Springs, where the river is born and the Church of Sant Vicenç de Rus. Following the course of the river will reach the Llobregat Waterway Park where you can know the industrial past of the area. If you are someone who is fascinated with the architecture of the buildings don’t miss the Monastery of Sant Jaume de Frontanyà, the Church of St Maria of Avià, the Church of St Llorenç prop Baga and the Church of St Quirze Pedret. If you like nature visit the Natural Park of the Cadí Moixeró and Pedraforca, where there are routes that you can do both if you are going with your family as if you are an expert hiker. Between Cercs and Vilada is located la Baells Reservoir and following the river was built the Pedret Bridge. The Gaudi’s work is present in even the Berguedà with the Artigas Gardens where merges nature and architecture to perfection. Part of the past of the county comes from the coal mines, textile industry and the cement: two of the museums which disclose their history are the Museum of the Mines of Cercs, Asland Cement Museum and also the Train of the Cement. From the town of Berga you can reach the Queralt Sanctuary, known with the name of Balcony of Catalunya for its location and views.