La Torre d' En Besora

La Torre d' En Besora

La Torre d'En Besora, formerly called Torre de Vinrabi, belonged to the Castle of Culla (Castillo de Culla) when this area was conquered by King James I. It later belonged to Guillem de Anglesola, who gave it to Guillem de Besora in 1269, who settled it in 1274.


The economy is based on rainfed agriculture - olive and almond crops - and on livestock, particularly pig and sheep farming.

What to see


Relief: consisting of limestone formations that were elevated by tertiary folding.
Climate: it boasts a cool, Mediterranean maritime climate. Altitude: 647 metres.