Molló, in Ripollès, has always been a border town, frontier territory. Way back in history, the Celts and Romans were already using this pass as a route in and out of the peninsula. Many centuries later, the Republicans passed through as they fled to exile in France. The Ares pass offers an impressive view of the French side of the border. Back in the valley, Molló Park is a must-see attraction, offering you a chance to see indigenous fauna such as fallow deer, mouflon, chamois or bears. In the town itself, discover the beauty of the church of Santa Cecília, a good example of Catalan Romanesque architecture, crowned with two bell towers.