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All reviews old town well worth a visit few hours small city civil war charming village the main road couple of hours jewish quarter nice view stunning architecture taking place lovely lunch short walk beautiful walk memorable experience de la
Besalu is the most beautiful and picturesque medieval town in Spain. There are a lot of historical buildings representing wonderful catalan medieval architecture. You can see a big characterful 12th century Romanesque bridge ! Go there, it's really a nice town in Spain.
Just to walk across this bridge into the old town of Besalu is worth it. There are good views both ways, and the bridge is impressively build, and has a good surface which also invites wheel chair users.
If the weather is pleasant, then do...More
September 2018; a wonderful bridge and old town, great to wander around and soak up the atmosphere, however Catalan independence protests are ruining the whole area with huge posters everywhere. There are yellow markings all over the roads and yellow ribbons that have become unsightly...More
So many people have reviewed this amazing bridge but I will just add mine too.
A beautiful walk through the old very picturesque Jewish quarter leads to the bridge, which is not too easy to find if you end up parking on the...More
For me it's better seen from the village with its reflection in the river. There is a large free car park situated at one of the bridge so crossing over it into the charming village will cost you nothing,