The town of Camprodon is set on an intersection of the valleys and rivers in the Ripollés region, in the north of the province of Girona, in the heart of the Catalan Pyrenees. The symbol of the town rises over the River Ter: the Pont Nou (new bridge), which was one of the only paths to the Cerdanya region in the Middle Ages, and which has been preserved thanks to restoration work that was carried out in the 16th and 17th centuries.
The bridge was divided into four arches: the largest of which was stone, open and twenty-two metres. The other three smaller ones are found on either side, marked by semicircular arches. You can also see the remains of a defence wall and of the mediaeval castle.
It is a municipal area in which there are small picturesque villages such as Beget, an impressive little Romanesque village near Molló, and Rocabruna which has remained almost intact over the centuries. Worthy of a mention are Rocabruna Castle and the small Romanesque bridge in Beget.