Sant Miquel del Fai. Cingles de Bertí Natural Area


Sant Miquel del Fai. Cingles de Bertí Natural Area

Sant Miquel del Fai

Welcome to Sant Miquel del Fai, a place where nature and culture go hand in hand. In this monumental complex, the force of water has shaped a unique and singular geological landscape, and the weight of history has left a fascinating mark.

During your visit you will be able to enjoy an exhibition, a video and a route that will allow you to get to know this privileged spot.

Visitors to Sant Miquel del Fai accept responsibility for being in an area where rockslides and other damage typical of the natural environment may occur.

© Iñaki Relanzón

Useful information

It is located in a protected area of high geological value, subject to natural inclemencies that can cause landslides. Always follow the relevant safety instructions and do not leave the waymarked trail.

Places are limited. Admission is free, but to enter, you should book your ticket in advance and, if you are coming in your own vehicle, you must also book a parking space on the website.

Open Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: from 10 am to 4.30 pm (except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Eve). Entrance allowed until 4 pm.

To make things easier, we are adapting spaces for people with reduced mobility or different abilities.

Pets are not allowed, only guide dogs and assistance dogs are allowed in.

The natural and architectural heritage must be preserved. Try not to drop litter; take it home with you.

Don't make noise; electronic devices that emit sound or amplify the voice should be avoided, and the volume of mobile devices should be turned down.

Non-flash photography and home video recordings are allowed.

 No smoking anywhere on Sant Miquel del Fai.


Exhibition  Video Route Drinking water  Toilets Defibrillator Electric vehicle chargers


Welcome to Sant Miquel del Fai.

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