Càmping Boneta La Vall de Boí
Mountain camping, small, family atmosphere and very quiet.
The land is flat, with a lot of shade, near the river and surrounded by large spaces where you can walk.
It has a bar service, breakfast menu and tapas during the summer season.
Sale of gas, laundry with soap included and dryer, heating, showers with free hot water, sinks and barbecue free of charge with coal (not included).
Free WIFI throughout the premises.
Pets are allowed free of charge.
In a radius of 100 m. You will find: shops, restaurants, playground, swimming pools (municipal), medical service, pharmacy, gas station, horse riding, bicycle rental, adventure sports, ATMs...
Outdoor sports throughout the year
The privileged situation of the Valley offers a wide range in the practice of outdoor sports throughout the year. In winter, alpine and mountain skiing, ice climbing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, sledding with dogs... And during the rest of the year crossings, climbing, horse riding, paragliding, rafting, canyoning, sports nautical, fishing, mountain and road bike.
Lovers of rock climbing and bouldering will find in the area of Cavallers, Escales and Viuet a large number of open roads of all levels.
Aigüestortes National Park and San Mauricio Lake
It is an excellent sample of the high Catalan mountain and its flora and fauna. The park is full of summits, many of them of more than 3000 m which, together with more than 200 lakes, shape a unique landscape. The park offers a wide variety of activities throughout the year, including itineraries of different levels, snowshoeing, climbing, exhibitions, talks...
The Romanesque of the Boí Valley
During the eleventh and twelfth centuries, in the Boí Valley there was an important construction and artistic activity under the influence of the Romanesque Lombard that resulted in an exceptional set of Romanesque churches: San Clemente and Santa Maria de Taüll, Sant Joan de Boí, Santa Eulàlia de Erill la Vall, Sant Feliu de Barruera, Natividad and San Quirc de Durro, Santa Maria de Cardet and the Asunción de Cóll. Eight churches and a hermitage declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.