Santa Eulalia d’Erill la Vall
Open : Daily, except January 1, the afternoon of Abril 10, and December 25.
Opening hours: from 10.00 to 14.00 and 16.00 to 19.00h (Easter week, July and August open until 20h)
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.
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.