Perafita is a municipality in the comarca of Osona in Catalonia, Spain. It includes a small exclave to the south-east.

The name "Perafita-" comes from the Latin "Petra-ficta" etymologically means "rock-bound" stone is placed in an area to indicate the boundaries of land or property.

The town of Perafita- is located about 754 meters above sea level, on a high ridge in the municipality of separating the streams and rivers that flow directly into the creek Gavarresa.

The first historical relics come from the Ivy Perafita- the cave, where he found a site that corresponds to the Iron Age, between 1000 and 600 BC. And the first document that discusses Perafita- dated March 5, 1069 at the Cathedral of Vic Diplomatari.

Since the beginning of the eleventh century there was a property in Perafita- allodial lords Besora. In 1082, the property was given to the Bishop Berenguer Sunifred Lluçà in response to property which had come to Oris, and Besora Torello. Perafita falls squarely within the jurisdiction of the Baron of hake in primitive times was certainly the first lord of the allodial endret. We know that at the end of the fourteenth century, Andrew Fenollet sold Perafita- of the tithe (10% of the crop that farmers subject to all he had to pay every year) Peter Ferrer. Probably their eponymous ancestor would soon sotsveguer the Llucanes, the town grew rapidly during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries and became one of the major commercial centers and craft Llucanes.

In 1396 Queen Mary granted to the men of the Barony of Llucanes sotsveguer and established the figure of a double bar to Perafita- and Sant Feliu Sasserra. So Perafita- shared administrative capital Llucanes although intermittently until 1661.

In 1567 we can speak of provisional councilors Francis Hall Room San Felix and Juan Puig Puig Perafita- house.

In 1854 the village had 58 houses and 850 parishioners, most of the settlers throughout history. The same year, 109 people died Perafita- for the cholera epidemic. At present there are 60 Perafita- farmhouses.