The Sala de les Constel·lacions (Constellations' Room) is a unique equipment, situated inside the Bassegoda Park camping, near the games' room. It is an automated conference room and can accommodate up to 100 people. It is used to host talks, conferences and all kinds of educational activities around astronomy offered by Observatori Astronòmic Albanyà astronomers. This is where the theoretical talks of the astronomy activities for schools that make special stages.
The room is decorated with an exceptional panoramic image of the Milky Way where the constellations can be identified, and which covers one entire wall. There is also an enormous mural with a detailed panoramic view of the Temple of Hathor in the Dendera complex (Egypt), depicting the Egyptian sky goddess, Nut.