Sant Pau de Segúries

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Sant Pau de Segúries, in Ripollès, was inhabited by Romans. There can be no doubt about it; the proof is right under your feet. The old Roman road of Capsacosta connected Besalú to France through the Ares pass. Quite a feat of engineering given the difficulty of the terrain. Put on some sturdy footwear and go on a journey back in time in this town set in the Camprodon valley, amid beeches, oaks and chestnuts.

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Sant Pau de Segúries
El Ripollès
C. Guàrdia, 11
17864 Sant Pau de Segúries (El Ripollès)

Telephone: (+34) 972 747 005
Fax: (+34) 972 747 005
E-mail:
Website: www.santpauseguries.cat

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