Vall de Boí

Where the Pyrenees touch the sky

Santa Eulalia d’Erill la Vall

Santa Eulàlia has one of the best bell-towers in the Vall de Boí. It is slender, square in plan and six storeys high and is decorated in the Lombard Romanesque style with rounded arcading and saw-tooth friezes .

Aligned with the bell-tower of Sant Joan in Boí and that of Sant Climent in Taüll, it was used for communications and as a watchtower over the area.

Inside the church there is a copy of the sculpture of the Descent from the Cross , the only whole sculpture remaining from the Erill Workshop. The originals are kept in two museums: the National Museum of Catalan Art in Barcelona and the Episcopal Museum of Vic.

How to get there: 

The church is located in the Plaça de Baix in the village of Erill la Vall, Parking at the entrance of the village at your right.

Opening hours: 

From 10.00 to 14.00 and from 16.00 to 19.00 (until 20.00 July and August)

Opening: Daily except 1st January, 25th Desember