The Casol de Puigcastellet is an Iberian archaeological site located in the municipality of Folgueroles.
This site has been known since the excavations carried out by the Episcopal Museum of Vic in 1960. According to archaeological work, it is believed that the chronology of this site corresponds to the 4th and 3rd centuries BC.
The Casol de Puigcastellet is made up of a 65-metre-long wall and has a tower in the central part. On the other side of the wall, we can see the walls of the rooms of the houses of the inhabitants of this site. This site was built with stone slabs and blocks of Folgueroles stoneware.
It is believed that this site was used during the Roman occupation of the territory.