The village of Germil, located at about 600 meters altitude, is a typical mountain village with tightly compacted stone-built dwellings, situated where the topography at the head of the Germil River best permits. The village is structured around narrow, winding cobbled tracks that lead into small flat and open areas. This medieval-rooted village, which was once called Saint Vincent de Germil, has a huge cultural and valuable ethnographic heritage. It is set in the midst of a magnificent group of terraces, fundamental in farming on these slopes. Here the predominant agriculture is an intensive subsistence farming of small, usually walled, plots. In the area surrounding the village you can enjoy the agroforestry patchwork where the farmed meadows are broken up by copses of European oak.