Do you want to know why there are so many churches of the same construction period in the valley? Who had them built? Why? What were their functions? What do the paintings of Christ in Majesty mean? Discover the churches with us and we will explain you the exceptional values of the Romanesque ensemble declared World Heritage by UNESCO.
On the dates with the largest numbers of visitors we provide our service with guided tours at pre-established times and churches to the individual public.
*Tickets are purchased directly at the door of each church at the time of the guided tour (no prior bookings).
**Access to the churches will be restricted to users of this service during the guided tours.
Price: 3€ + entry
Duration: approx. 40 min per church.
|*900 years route - Sant Climent i Santa Maria de Taüll
|Sant Joan de Boí
|La Nativitat de Durro
|Sant Feliu de Barruera
|Santa Eulàlia d'Erill la Vall
Throughout the year we offer a service with pre-booked guided tours for individuals and groups.
*outside the days with pre-established guided tours.
Languages: Catalan, Spanish, French and English.
Up to 7 people = 21€ per church + tickets
8 people or more = 3€ per person and church + entrance fees
Duration: approx. 45 min per church.
The Church of Sant Climent de Taüll is the iconic image of Romanesque architecture in the Vall de Boí. But do you know the meaning of its famous paintings of the Christ in Majesty? During the visit we’ll travel back to the 12th century to view its original location, thanks to the new video mapping technologies.
Did you know that the Parish Church of Santa Maria was consecrated one day after the Church of Sant Climent? We’ll explain this coincidence and view the reproductions of the Epiphany wall paintings inside.
The visit will enable you to enjoy the experience of entering a Romanesque church painted with Saints and real and fantastic animals from the mediaeval bestiaries. Will you be able to identify them?
We’ll explain why the bell tower of Santa Eulàlia is one of the best in the valley and we’ll view the reproduction of the sculptural ensemble of the Descent from the Cross, the only one from the Erill Workshop preserved in its entirety.
Here we’ll see an excellent example of how churches are living things that have adapted from the 11th and 12th centuries to the present day. We’ll focus on its architectural evolution and strategic location.
We’ll learn more about the monumental nature of the church, its decorative wealth and where the resources to build it came from. Did you know that it has retained an original Romanesque carving inside?
Having stopped in time, its interior shows us what these churches looked like in the early 20th century. We’ll visit the only Romanesque crypt in the valley and explain its function.
The most interesting part that we’ll focus on is the sculpted entrance, regarded as the best in the valley, as well as the characteristic decorations in the Lombard Romanesque style.
Actualment, oferim visites guiades amb reserva prèvia.
Podeu sol·licitar-les mitjançant aquest formulari.
Currently, we offer guided tours with previous reservation .
Ask us for more information.