The Vall de Llémena (Llémena Valley) comprises a series of mountains and valleys that mostly lie on a north-south axis in a roughly rectangular area, bordered on the north by the Finestres mountains, on the west by the Brugent valley, on the east by the basin of the Lake of Banyoles, and on the south by the River Ter valley. The most important mountain ranges are the Rocacorba mountains (with Puigsou reaching 992m) and the Finestres mountains, where Puigsallança, with a height of 1,041m, is the highest point in the Vall de Llémena.
Volcanic activity has added to the uniqueness of the surroundings, leaving its mark with several craters and lava features. The slopes that face the sun are predominantly home to the mountain holm-oak and Mediterranean shrubs, while the shady slopes feature oaks and beeches, and alders closer to water. On the flatlands, cultivation highlights the productivity of the darks soils, alternating crops with pasture for livestock.