From Cap de Creus to Val d’Aran, each and every town has its own personality.

The high mountains in Catalonia constitute an open area whose towns boast physical differences and diversity in terms of economic history but also a common denominator: their character.

Cities and towns with a splendid past that are still market and trading centres today where their inhabitants gather.

Counties that have been directly involved in industrial activity since the 18th century and others that have developed as agricultural areas until the arrival of tourism, which has become their economic mainstay and is very wide-ranging in nature.

A heterogeneous mosaic that blurs the county boundaries and at the same time brings them under the same umbrella: the Catalan Pyrenees.