Cadí Vacances is located in a high mountain area, just 150 km from Barcelona, at the foot of the Pedraforca massif and on the south face of the Sierra del Cadí, in the heart of the Gósol Valley. At 1,400m it is the highest mountain resort in Catalonia. Surrounded by great peaks is the paradise of hikers. We enjoy white landscapes in winter and pleasant temperatures in summer.
The campsite is located at the southern entrance of Gósol, one of the most beautiful villages in the Catalan Pyrenees that preserves the traditional mountain architecture and known for the stay of the famous painter Pablo Picasso in the summer of 1906.
- To get to the campsite, if you come from Berga, at the southern entrance of Gósol you will find a roundabout with the sculpture of a reaper, turn left and continue for about 300 meters. The campsite is well signposted, seen from the road.
- To get to the campsite, if you come from Tuixent, cross the village of Gósol and at the exit you will find a roundabout with the sculpture of a reaper, turn right and continue for about 300 m. The campsite is well signposted.
- The most common way to get there is by private vehicle, but there is also an on-demand transport service that runs between Guardiola del Berguedà and Gósol.
Rules of use
In order to use the service, you must make a reservation in advance by calling the free telephone number 900 69 65 66. The reservation must be made at least one day in advance and the telephone service hours are from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and non-holiday Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
No person who has not requested the service in the stipulated manner may use it.
Note: Please consult the rates as they may not correspond to those indicated in the brochure.