Gósol is a village situated within Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park, to the west of Pedraforca mountain. The ruins of the former town and castle, dating from the 11th century remain on a hill next to the town.

Gósol has a museum dedicated to Pablo Picasso, who lived in the village from the spring to August of 1906 in an inn called Cal Tampanada. During his stay, Picasso made many paintings of his partner Fernande Olivier, townspeople and livestock.

See also: Picasso in Barcelona, Prettiest Towns in Catalonia