A man who dallied with nuns from Sant Joan de les Abadesses, defended the droit du seigneur, and cheated his own vassals: Count Arnau committed so many sins during his lifetime that tradition has condemned him to inhabit the scenes of his escapades for all eternity. From the legends (popularised by a 16th-century ballad), let us try to imagine the character of the count who was variously described as a tight-fisted philanderer or a brave noble loved by the people. Some claim that his ghost reappears from time to time, galloping a fiery horse amidst a pack of mad dogs. Fact or fiction? Come and discover the territory that gave rise to the legends surrounding the fearless Count Arnau.