What to do in the Camprodon Valley?

The Hotel Grèvol Spa is a hotel in the Camprodon Valley. The Camprodon Valley, located in the easternmost part of the Ripollès, and as the vertex of the junction of the Ter and Ritort rivers, is ideal to take a break and enjoy its landscape. Bordering each of the rivers, you will find mountains, paths and trails in the forests, ideal for activities such as hiking, mountaineering, mountain biking, and horse-back riding.

From the Hotel Grèvol Spa we suggest you discover our amazing valley walking along its beautiful paths, or traveling with all-terrain vehicles, by bicycle or mountain bike. Discover more inhospitable places doing horseback riding. You can also practice golf in summer, or skiing in Vallter 2000, in winter.



From the Hotel Grèvol Spa we offer different hiking trails so you can discover this fantastic Camprodon Valley and the unbeatable views that surround it. You will find routes for all levels and ages. Our hotel is the ideal point from where to go out to do all these excursions. We provide you with the "roadbook" so you can fully enjoy this experience. Are you in?



Do you want to enjoy the Camprodon Valley by bike? Hotel Grèvol Spa is a bikefriendly hotel! At the Hotel Grèvol Spa we provide you with the service of bicycle rental, either MTB, Dutch or electric. The hotel's services for cyclists include: washing area, lockable cage, small repair kit (for sale), and GPS rental with marked routes where you can discover your resistance. Come and enjoy the nature of the Pyrenees by bike! Thanks to the facilities we have, we have obtained the recognition of the bike company Bikefriendly.



  • Sant Pere de Camprodon Monastery: Located in Santa María square of Camprodon, it is a Benedictine monastery from the 12th century influenced by Cistercian art. It is the stage, every summer, of many concerts of the Isaac Albéniz International Music Festival.
  • Dalí Museum in Figueres: Located in Figueres, 45 minutes from Camprodon, you will find the Dalí Museum, the world reference museum on Empordà genius and painter Salvador Dalí.
  • Isaac Albéniz Museum: The Isaac Albéniz Museum, located in Camprodon, offers a cultural visit about the life and work of the composer, and, at the same time, offers visitors the opportunity to make a cultural exchange in all areas.
  • Santa María de Ripoll Monastery: 20 minutes from Hotel Grèvol Spa, in the city of Ripoll, you can find the monastery of Santa María de Ripoll, one of the most beautiful and evocative buildings in Catalonia. The portal, the basilica and the cloister form a unique ensemble, a pleasure for art lovers.
  • Palace of the Abbey: The Palace of the Abbey of Sant Joan de les Abadesses was the residence of the abbots between the 13th and 15th centuries. Currently, the Abbey Palace, completely restored, houses the Tourism Office and the Interpretation Center of the Count Arnau myth, forming part of the Land of Counts and Abbots project.
  • Medieval village of Prats de Molló: Prats de Molló and La Presta is the largest commune in the department, and one of the largest in France. The set of territory is very mountainous and is excavated by the valley of the Tech, whose source is located at 2,300 meters of altitude, at the foot of Roca Colom. The Prats valley is full of vestiges of ancient villages, some of which still conserve a church and a few inhabitants. Among them stands out La Presta, with its lovely hot springs.
  • Castle of Rocabruna: The castle of Rocabruna is located on the Tossal del Castell, a hill surrounded by cliffs. Located at 995m altitude, it offers interesting views over the Pyrenees and Alta Garrotxa. Its origins date back to the 10th century and conservation tasks are currently being carried out. The name of the castle comes from the color of the soil and the surrounding stones


At Hotel Grèvol Spa we want to propose different family activities:

Children's activities throughout the year:

  • Visiting Molló Parc: a park of animals native to the Pyrenees in semi-freedom, where children can interact with some of them.
  • Bicycle rental: from the hotel you can rent bicycles.
  • Pony or horse rides through the Camprodon Valley.
  • In the Volcanic Area of La Garrotxa you can enjoy carriage rides through the famous and endearing Fageda d'en Jordà, or take a trip by a little train around the volcanoes.

Children's activities in summer:

  • Climb with chairlift to see the source of the river Ter.
  • The main festivities of the town. Each town has its dates. Enjoy the activities organized in the different villages of the valley: foam parties, thematic markets, parades and parties for children.

Children's activities in winter:

  • Excursion to Vallter 2000: family ski resort where, besides playing with the snow, they can go sledding or receive their first ski or snowboard lessons. For the most sport lovers, snowshoe trips to enjoy the nature of the Pyrenees are also available. 


A few meters away from the urban center of Camprodon, in the upper valley of the Ter in the very heart of the Pyrenees (and very close to France), extends the Camprodon Golf Club. Located in a bucolic farm on the side of a mountain, it is adapted in a surprising way to the splendor, the softness and the harmony of the natural landscape, creating a set of incomparable beauty where the practice of golf is a real pleasure.

Playing golf in the Pyrenees: a privilege at your fingertips.


Do you like horse riding? Do you like adventure? Discovering roads or making routes on horseback? Come and discover the landscapes of the Camprodon Valley on horseback. There is nothing like living nature in contact with an animal: nature in its purest form.


The mountain resort of the Valley of Camprodon, Vallter 2000, is an ideal station to enjoy the snowy landscape in family. Vallter 2000 is an ideal place to enjoy the snow as a family, has a ski school coordinated by professional experts from the station of VALLTER 2000 with teachers and guides so you can carry out your desired activities.


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