Sleep in Bagà

Guide to sleep in Bagà

Located in a mountainous environment at the foot of the Pyrenees, Bagà was the home of the legendary medieval hero Galcerán de Pinós and also the refuge of persecuted Cathars. From the mining past, it is currently part of the Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park. It is a recondite, small and beautiful town linked to a peculiar historical episode that motivated the opening of its Interpretation Center of Catharism. If you plan to sleep in Bagà, we recommend that you continue reading to see the suggestions that we propose and so you can find the accommodation that best suits your needs and preferences.

Dónde dormir en Bagà
Dónde dormir en Bagà
Iglesia de Sant Joan d'Avellanet

The first accommodation we want to recommend for you to sleep in Bagà is Hostal Molí del Casó, it is a very simple small pension. The walls are covered with orange gotelé, and the rooms have furniture with dark woods. The kitchen and some other rooms conserve the wooden beams in the ceiling. The meals are prepared with herbs and products from the own garden of the Molí.

The Blat is a hotel that may well be too simple, it is family-run and stands out for the treatment it has for its guests, something that is losing value nowadays, but which is very important to reach people. The breakfast is very good for the price.

Dónde dormir en Bagà
Hostal Molí del Caso
Dónde dormir en Bagà
Hotel el Blat

If you are looking to sleep in the surroundings of Bagà to get to know the area better, we recommend you to do it in Guardiola de Berguedà, where you can stay at the Hotel Casa Duaner, which is a very simple country house that has nothing extravagant but which is presented as a very comfortable and family place to spend a few days. It has a garage to store the bikes and as for breakfast, it is good in terms of quality and quantity.

Dónde dormir en Bagà
Hotel Casa Duaner

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