Welcome to the province of Lleida

The Catalonian province of Lleida is one of the most mountainous provinces in Spain and the fourth and probably least-known province of Catalonia. It is located in the northeast of Spain.

Lleida incorporates part of the mountainous Pyrenees landscape, most notably the Aran valley. The area is especially popular for winter sports, in fact the area known as the Boí Valley has the highest ski resort in the Pyrenees.

The Boí Valley with its nine early Romanesque churches was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 2001.
Visitors come here to ski during the winter season and enjoy walking holidays and adventure sports throughout the rest of the year. The province is also a well-known wine producing area.

One of the most stimulating itineraries that Lleida has to offer is the ‘Route of the Castles; these well-preserved fortresses take visitors back in time to the Middle Ages, a period in which these lands marked the frontier between the Arab and Christian worlds.
The classic route of the castles includes six fortresses: Montsonís, in La Noguera; Montclar, in Urgell; Florejacs, Les Pallargues, and Vicfred, in La Segarra; and Mur, in Pallars Jussà. The area is rich with interesting medieval castles and fortresses, that speak of its history.

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