Natural spaces, outdoor activities and flora and fauna observation (wildlife)


Castles, churches, museums, festivals and traditions


Good food, good wines and local producers that we put to the table.

Pallars and the neighbouring counties offer a broad spectrum of activities both in summer and winter: cycling, hiking, canyoning, snow-related activities, hunting, fishing, mushroom gathering, art itineraries, museum visits, etc.

Visit El Pallars Jussà 

Visit El Pallars Sobirà

Visit L´Alta Ribagorça  

Visit La Vall d´Aran

Visit L´Alt Urgell 

Visit Andorra

And savour some gastronomic delights that you cannot miss, such as river trout, girella (a type of haggis stuffed with rice) and palpís (a grilled and stuffed leg of lamb).

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Pallars offers more than just one picture postcard view; it boasts a full range of varied landscapes: Montcortès Lake, the Fosca valley with its cable car and the Capdella Ponds, the Aigüestortes and Sant Maurici National Park, the Mont-rebei Gorge, Boumort, the Alt Pirineu Natural Park, ... And do you know that in the Pallars the rocks begin to speak?


Come to Pallars and discover the territory by hiking, mountain biking, climbing, horse riding, canyoning, ... If you like water you can practice various activities in one of the best rivers in Europe, in the Noguera Pallaresa River, where you can rafting, canoeing, hidrospeed and descent of ravines. If instead you like calm waters, come to do canoeing, paddlesurf or fishing. And if you like snow, come here to enjoy alpine skiing, Nordic skiing, snowboarding, freestyle skiing or mountain skiing. If you come with the family, the ski resorts also have children's areas ready for the little ones to enjoy the snow. And you can also go hiking in winter, snowshoes are the ideal option for you to enjoy nature at your own pace.


In Pallars there is a variety of exceptional flora and fauna due to the variety of climate and soil. The great profusion of habitats and microclimates has made Pallars an ideal place for the evolution of plants that, in many cases, have become endemic. Among the most significant species of the fauna of Pallars, the bearded vulture stands out, Gypaetus barbatus, which is the only bird in the world that eats bones (osteophagus).

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Get to know the border castles. In its quality as a border land in the Middle Ages, Pallars Jussà retains a large military architectural heritage, with twenty defense towers or castles, such as those of Mur and Llordà.


Pallars is truly Roman territory. From those times, apart from castles, there are also churches that were erected wherever there was an outcrop of resistance, such as Verge de la Cinta church in Llimiana and Santa Maria in Covet, with its impressive sculpted gate. In the neighboring county of Alta Ribagorça, only half an hour away from our rural house, it lie the Romanesque of the Boí Valley.


Many museums in Pallars explain and interpret the local culture, history and landscapes.


The people of Pallars have always maintained their ties with the land. This translates into a desire to modernise the holidays, festivals and traditions that form their history to carry them forward into the future. The holidays and traditions that you should not miss: the Diada dels Raiers (Raftsmen Celebration), A spectacular event in which a torch is carried down from the mountains (La Pobla de Segur on 17 June) and the remembrance day at Salàs Fair, and takes place in November.

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Pallarés cuisine is rooted in its tradition and that tradition is based on produce from the land. There are certain foods you can only try here, such as girella, a sausage with more than 500 years of history, or all i oli de codony (quince aioli), in which this autumnal fruit is used to make a typical mountain sauce that is spread on toast or used to enrich a range of dishes.


The fruit of the land is also used to make liqueurs, a longstanding tradition which began when the county was a distinguished liquor exporter. And Pallars has, of course, been a winegrowing area for centuries, producing vines in the high basins with their Mediterranean climate and strong temperature contrasts that give the local wine its character and quality. Many of the wines are part of the Costers del Segre Designation of Origin label.


Crossing the Pallars you can taste a great diversity of products closely linked to the landscape and the history of our region. Tasting its you eat the best of our land and also know our people a little.

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