Viewpoints in Vall de Boí

A Valley at your feet

Views to fall in love

Discover the places that the valley offers you to enjoy beautiful views. 

Sitting on a bench, surrounded by mountains, rivers, waterfuls, natural and cultural heritage, sharing experiences with neighbours and observing the landscape and villages 

Santeta Viewpoint

Just 15 minutes from Taüll, following a sheltered path starting next to Santa Maria's church, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 2000, and with a very easy route, we find the Santeta viewpoint.

This is an easy path taht takes you to a spectacular viewpoint of whole valley, seeing the villages of Boí, Erill la Vall, Barruera and Cardet. An interpretative board will help you to recognize all the mountains you are contemplating.

Cuirilles Viewpoint

From Taüll, walking about 30 minutes from village, we find this path that will take us to enjoy the views of this village and the high mountains that surround it as protecting it, feeling as "where the Pyrenees touch the sky", while sitting on one of the benches.

 

Camí del Pago Viewpoint

Walk along the historical path taht connects Boí and Durro, today one of the main routes for hikers and runners, and in the past, was the main road for residents, trainers, and expeditions of great importance for the Valley.

Tussal de Comú Viewpoint

Leaving Baix Square in Erill la Vall, and in front of Santa Eulalia's church, we will see the path taht will take us to this viewpoint.

It is located at a crossroads of valleys and allows us to enjoy if we look at the bottom towards the ski resort, the villages of Boí, Taüll and Pla de l'Ermita. To the north Aigüestortes National Park and Caldes de Boí and to the west the small valley that forms the village os Erill la Vall. A space to contemplate the greatness of the valley and the calm.

 

 

 

Sant Quirc de Durro Hermitage's Viewpoint

One of the best viewpoints of the valley. From there we can see almost all the villages of the valley, the entrance, from the entrance: Cóll, to the end: Cavallers Dam.

Also, walking from the hermiatge, about 40 minutes we reach another viewpoint: La Escaleta, wich we will find it following the path marked as Durro Wildlife Route.