Beuda is a small municipality in the east end of the comarca of La Garrotxa, in the north of the village of Besalú located at the foot of Mont massif. The village is formed by Beuda, as well as Lligordà, Palera i Segueró, apart from other farmhouses scattered through the region. However, it is important to mention that a great part of the municipality is formed by forests and cultivation areas. The main communication road of Beuda is the one in Besalú. One of the most characteristics elements of this village are the alabaster and chalk quarries, as well as the Romanesque churches. Among these, Sant Sepulcre de Palera stands out. It is part of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre and, up until now, it has been a well-known place of pilgrimage. The several farmhouses of the area, such as Noguer de Segueró, are also of great interest.