Meet the town

Solsona is the capital of the Solsonés, a district of central Catalonia. It limits to the north with Alt Urgell county, from which is separated by the natural barrier of Port del Compte. To the east it faces Berguedà district, where it reaches across the mountain systems of the sierra de Busa. With the Bages county communicates to the southeast, across the river Cardener. To the south, Solsonés is bordered by the Anoia and Segarra districts, and to the est is oriented to Lleida through Noguera county. The small hills of La Borda (north), Sant Bartomeu (northeast) and Castellvell (notheast) flank the city of Solsona.

Solsona can be accessed exclusevely by road, although it is possible to do part of the journey by train to Manresa (about 35 minutes by road from Solsona). From Manresa take the road C-55. From the Alt Urgell district you will arrive at Solsona taking the C-26 road towards Basella, where it connects with the C-14 road from La Seu d'Urgell.

The village of Sant Llorenç de Morunys, in northern Solsonés, can be reached through the road that leads to the Llosa del Cavall reservoir and the Lv-4241 road. Solsona connects with Berga via C-26 road. On the other hand, the Segarra county can be accessed through the C-149 road, which links Solsona and Guissona.