Camarasa is located approximately 75 miles (121 kilometers) northwest of Barcelona and about 260 miles (418 kilometers) east of Madrid, Spain's capital.
When it comes to getting the most out of your travels, it's worth remembering that Camarasa is just the tip of the iceberg; Catalonia is dotted with natural and man-made attractions. If you're looking for other places to check out, you'll find Tremp, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the south, and Tarrega 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northwest.
About 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest of Camarasa is Lleida, a regional center where you can explore Camp d'Esports, Seu Vella and Museu de Arte Jaume Morera. Ensure you don't rush back to Camarasa until you've visited Lleida's University of Lleida, Catedral Nova and Placa San Joan.
Catalonia offers visitors some wonderful cathedrals and other places of worship, great places to get an insight into the region's gentler side. To truly understand the present, it's often helpful to learn a little local history. Catalonia's evocative old towns are a great place to start.
For those who like to get wet, this is a great place for watersports. Boating is a popular option here and another great activity is swimming. This region boasts a number of relaxing pursuits. Set aside some time for cycling or shore fishing and leave your worries behind.
As the sun sets on your adventures, spend your last euros on last-minute keepsakes and bid a fond Adiós (farewell) to the locals you've met and the places you've come to love.