La Vall de Bianya is a municipality comprising small and large valleys that offer a blend of meadows, woods and streams. Its four valleys are La Vall de Bianya, La Vall del Bac, La Vall de Carrera and La Vall de Sant Ponç.
Partly situated in the La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park, it boasts one of the region's most charming landscapes.
The Roman road of Capsacosta, that joins La Vall de Bianya with Sant Pau de Segúries in Ripollès, was a secondary route that connected with the Via Augusta at Figueres. This true work of engineering is a big attraction and of great interest, since along its length there are information panels on the elements used to build it: wheel guards, drains, dry stone walls made with huge ashlars (blocks of stone)...
The valley's beauty is also enhanced by its 15 Romanesque churches. Spread across the whole territory, they are the best testimony to life in this region. They are the churches of Sant Andreu de Porreres, Sant Martí del Clot, Sant Pere Despuig, Sant Martí de Capsec, Sant Andreu de Socarrats, Sant Martí de Solamal, Sant Miquel del Mont, Santa Magdalena del Coll, Sant Feliu del Bac, Santa Maria de Sacot, Sant Salvador de Bianya, Sant Miquel de la Torre, Santa Margarida de Bianya, Santa Maria de Castellar de la Muntanya and Sant Ponç d'Aulina.