The Camí dels Bons Homes (Route of the Cathars) is a touristic trail between the sanctuary of Queralt in Berga (Catalonia, Spain) and the castle of Montsegur (Ariège, France) allowing you to follow the migration routes used by the cathars or “good men” during de 12th and 14th centuries when they fled persecution by the crusaders and the Inquisition, promoted by the catholic church of Rome with the aid of the King of France.
The Camí dels Bons Homes is a Long Distance Trail (GR 107) and can be travelled on foot, by horse or by mountain bike, following in the footsteps of the cathars over the Pyrenees.
You can also discover by car the villages where the good men and good women lived by visiting the counties crossed by the Trail.
Furthermore, you can visit the Medieval Centre of Interpretation of Catharism in Bagà, a permanent exhibition showing the link between cathars to our land.
If you plan to do Camí dels Bons Homes, we can help in making your route easier in any of its three modes (hike, bike or horse ride).
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