Vall de Boí is an ideal area for fishing enthusiasts, with two different fishing preserves. One of them is the high mountain area that includes the head of the valley and the high mountain lakes (always outside the boundaries of the National Park). The other area is the intensive preserve that goes from Barruera to Erill la Vall, a flatter area where trouts are reintroduced weekly. In the valley, you will be able to find fishing guides who will teach you or help you with the different fishing techniques.
A breath of fresh air: The Baths of Caldes de Boi are located at an altitude of 1500m, at the entrance to the Aigüestortes National Park and surrounded by nature. Pure waters: 37 mineral and medicinal springs with different properties and therapeutic and beauty uses