Tavertet is a medieval village, lost far away in the Catalan hinterland, located right “on the edge of a cliff, beyond which is eternity” (M. Pushkina) and famous for its fantastic landscapes that open from numerous viewing points around the village, including a view of the well-known water reservoir Pantà de Sau (source of fresh water supply in Barcelona) with the famous spire of the 11th century bell tower protruding from the water in the village of Sant Romà that was flooded during the construction of the reservoir.
According to the city’s website, there is no better and more beautiful place in the world than Tavertet, and in Catalonia there is no place with cleaner air. That is why tourists willingly go here to enjoy the fresh air and breathtaking landscapes. We also could not resist.
You can read a short story about our journey to Tavertret and get acquainted with the photographic cards that we managed to shoot during the trip following the link.