Berguedà is a comarca (county) in the interior of Catalonia, lying partly in the Pyrenees and partly in Catalonia's Depressió Central.
The northern half of Berguedà, known as Alt Berguedà, consists of the upper valley of Llobregat and the mountainous Pre-Pirineu. The northern border is a veritable mountain barrier: Berguedà is separated from Cerdagne (more specifically, from Baixa Cerdanya) by a series of 2,000 meter peaks. These include the mountain ranges Cadí, Moixeró, Puig d'Alp and Puigllançada. South of these ranges are the valley of Llobregat down to Pobla de Lillet and Castellar de N'hug and the valleys of the rivers Bagà, Bastareny and Saldes. To the east are the mountain ranges Catllaràs and Rasos de Tubau, to the west the high ranges of Pedraforca, Verd, Ensija and Rasos de Peguera.