Susqueda is a village under water. With the construction of the dam and the reservoir at the end of the 1960s, this town became submerged. When the reservoir is only half full, the bell tower of the old church can be seen. In times of drought, you can even cross the old Roman bridge. However, the town has much more to offer than just the reservoir. Susqueda is also a beautiful place that you should discover, with dizzy scarps and cliffs. If you climb up to the Mare de Déu del Far sanctuary, you will be able to enjoy an exceptional view that goes from the Guilleries Massif, Tavertet Scarps, the Montseny, part of the Pyrenees, Girona and even the Medes Islands.