Make sure you get a good night's rest and that you set your alarm for a nice early hour, because you've got a pretty jam-packed schedule for today. Firstly, we recommend you visit Olost and the Espai Rocaguinarda, a study centre dedicated to banditry in the 17th century, and especially the bandit Perot Rocaguinarda, one of the most infamous of the area at the time. Born in Oristà in 1582, and killed in Naples on an unknown date, Perot appears in texts by authors such as Cervantes, Verdaguer and Lope de Vega, and despite having been a real person, many legends surround him as retold by the Espai Rocaguinarda, which opened in 2013.
In the same village, but with a somewhat different theme, we recommend you visit the brewery Cerveses Auseken, where you'll learn about the craft beer–making process whilst taking a tour of the brewery, and completing your experience with a beer tasting.
Your morning will have no down flown by between bandits and beers, so after lunch take a walk around Oristà, its squares and church, and gaze upon houses with carved stone lintels, arched doorways and gothic windows built between the 16th and 18th centuries. In Oristà you could also take the time to visit the pre-Romanesque crypt in the church, and the Rocaguinarda Museum of Pottery from Catalan Countries, a modest museum containing 4,000 pieces of Catalan pottery from across the ages.