Mirador del Salt
The Rupit stream, after meanders, retakes and small jumps used long ago, arrives to the margin of the cliff where it is freed from the “Collsacabra”, in the form of an impressive 80-meter high jump.
The holm-oak surrounds the valley that descends to Susqueda (Ter). It is also a good point to watch birds. Rapeseeds that fly over the forests below or rocky birds like “roquerols”, white tail swallows passing in front of us, or blue and purple hedges strolling over the rocks.
If you look over the ground, you will find numerous pebbles in the form of a coin. They are fossil shells of foraminifers of the type nummulites that lived at the bottom of the sea at the time of the Eocene, 50 million years ago.