The Bunkers of Camprodon are located at the southern entrance to the municipality of Camprodon, in the Ripollès region.
These bunkers, which are next to the C-38 road, are part of the defensive line known as the Pyrenees Line. This line was built between 1944 and 1947, after the end of the Spanish Civil War. Many say that the objective of this line of defence was to control the return of Spanish refugees who had fled the Spanish Civil War, or to fight the Maquis guerrillas. It can be said, therefore, that the Pyrenees line was built out of fear, of the Franco dictatorship, of a possible occupation of Spain by the Allied troops, or the Nazi army.
The Pyrenees line was built between 1944 and 1947, and consists of some 10,000 bunkers. Among these bunkers are those we can see today at the entrance to Camprodon. These bunkers are located next to the entrance road to Camprodon, and look north. They are two bunkers of machine guns, and are built with reinforced concrete.