We propose different walking routes through the villages of the Vall de Boí to find out more about the relationship between the Romanesque ensemble and its exceptional surroundings!
We offer a service with pre-booked guided tours of the towns of the Vall de Boí for individuals and groups throughout the year.
There are two kinds of routes:
Maximum 25 persons
Languages: Catalan, Spanish, French and English.
Routes through the villages
Up to 7 people = 21€ per village.
From 8 to 25 people = 3€ per person per village.
Approximate duration: 1h per village.
Romanesque and Falles Route
Up to 25 people = 50€ + entrance to the Nativitat de Durro church.
Approximate duration: 2:30h (easy level).
Route of (re)discovery
Up to 25 people = Route 90€ + Joint entrance to 3 churches 7€ per person.
Approximate duration: 4h (medium level).
A village and three churches
Did you know that Taüll had three Romanesque churches? To learn more about them we’ll start our tour at the Church of Sant Climent and walk to the Church of Santa Maria. During the tour we’ll explain the exceptional nature of Taüll and the singular buildings.
Have you noticed that Boí has preserved the remains of a wall? Why does the church stand outside it? We’ll answer this question during the walk through the streets of the vialleg and we’ll see some constructive solutions suited to the difficult relief.
The village that bears the Lords’ name
The village bears the same name as the Lords of Erill, but where were the Lords of the valley really from? And what was their relationship with the Vall de Boí and its churches? We’ll also focus on the construction materials and their direct provenance from the area around the town.
The village at the bottom of the valley
Why is Barruera the only town located in the flattest part of the valley? During the itinerary we’ll focus on the evolution of the landscape and view the traditional ways of communication and their relationship with the church.
The legacy of the medieval past
What traces of Durro’s millennial past remain? The visit we propose will allow you to learn more about what mediaeval villages were like, what their inhabitants lived on and what the territory that surrounded them was like.
The route links the two UNESCO heritage sites in the Vall de Boí. The walking route that starts and ends in the town of Durro will take visitors to the Hermitage of Sant Quirc and the Durro Lighthouse, an exceptional location of great natural and cultural beauty.
We’ll revisit the route of the 1907 Archaeological Mission led by Josep Puig i Cadafalch which popularised the churches in the Pyrenees. We’ll visit Santa Eulàlia d’Erill la Vall as the starting point and head towards Sant Joan de Boí and Sant Climent de Taüll.
Actualment, oferim itineraris pels pobles amb reserva prèvia.
Podeu sol·licitar-los mitjançant aquest formulari.
Currently, we offer guided tours of the villages by prior reservation.
You can request them using this form.