Santa Pau, in Garrotxa, is one of those municipalities where it’s difficult to cross everything off your must-see list. You always leave with the feeling that there’s still so much more to explore. Santa Pau has plenty of history. Its significant medieval heritage is clear to see in its walls, arcaded square, castle and steep, winding cobbled streets. Santa Pau also boasts stunning nature in the form of an immense shady beech forest, Fageda d’en Jordà, and the spectacular volcanic zone, containing the Santa Margarida and Croscat volcanoes. If you’ve never visited, what are you waiting for? If you’ve been before, it’s time you returned. There’s always something new to see.