The Les Bons historical complex is in the village of Encamp.
It's formed by the Church of Sant Romà, a former defence tower, two watch towers and a water tank dug out of the rock. Of this interesting complex brought to us from mediaeval Andorra and strategically placed on a rocky promontory to overlook the entrance to the Valley, the 12th century church of Sant Romà stands out with the reproduction of the Romanesque paintings of the Master from Santa Coloma. The saw teeth on the door and the Lombardian arches of the apse are the building’s only architectural decoration.
Guided tours from mid-July to mid-September. The rest of the year, guided tours on request.
More details on the monument, its prices and opening hours in the Culture Guide in pdf format.
Further information: Casa Cristo Ethnographic Museum.