Lleida is a very well known place for mountain, ski, culture, cuisine and winter sports enthusiasts... but it has lots of other attractions as well.
In the Pyrenees of Lleida lie the magnifi cent Aigüestortes and Estany de Sant Maurici National Park with its over 200 crystalline lakes and the Alt Pirineu and Cadí-Moixeró Natural Parks. In the Pre-Pyrenees are the Montsec mountains, which boast one of Europe’s best skies with a complete absence of pollution, earning them the designation of Starlight Reserve and Tourist Destination, and on the plain lies Ivars and Vila-sana lake, forming inland Catalonia’s largest floodable area.
Nature goes hand in hand with the cultural heritage in Lleida. You can enjoy a superb set of monuments, including the emblematic Romanesque site of Vall de Boí, listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and the Seu Vella cathedral crowning the city of Lleida.
Snow and adventure sports area
The Pyrenees of Lleida have 11 excellent ski stations, headed by Baqueira-Beret, and a total extension of 460 km of pistes. The regions of Lleida also boast with adventure sports and active tourism offering, with different activities in the water, in the air and on land, ranging from high-excitement proposals like rafting, canyoning, kayaking, bungee jumping and paragliding to more tranquil activities suitable for everyone, like hiking, trekking and horse riding.