Not many tourists make their way to Rupit when coming to Catalonia. This beautiful village is set on a high hill 845m above sea level in the area of Osona, and even though it’s a popular destination by Catalan day-trippers, it is hardly frequented by foreigners. The streets and lanes of this small town have retained an atmosphere of gone-by times, and has retained its medieval charm, with narrow cobblestone streets and an age old plaza.
The countryside around it is wild and beautiful, with dramatic rock formations and spectacular views across the Pyrenean foothills. The river running through Rupit has carved out a deep gorge over millions of years, eventually resulting in the 100m high Sallent waterfall.
It is definitely a place worth visiting when you come to Catalonia!