The Pre-Pyrenees of Lleida
The Pre-Pyrenees of Lleida are home to one of Catalonia’s most spectacular hidden treasures: Conca de Tremp - Montsec, whose geological, paleontological, natural, historical and cultural heritage has earned it UNESCO Global Geopark status.
Covering an area of more than 2,000 square kilometres, Conca de Tremp-Montsec is home to 19 municipalities spread across four different counties: Pallars Jussà (14), Noguera (3), Pallars Sobirà (1) and Alt Urgell (1).
Catalonia’s Pre-Pyrenees region encompasses parts of the counties of Alt Urgell, Garrotxa, Noguera, Pallars Jussà and Osona.
The county of Noguera is the largest in Catalonia and is home to more major bodies of water than any other region, with the reservoirs of Camarasa, Canyelles, Santa Anna, Sant Llorenç de Montgai and Rialb. It is also home to the majestic mountain range of Serra de Montsec.
Points of interest
Conca de Tremp-Montsec UNESCO Global Geopark
Here, visitors can explore photogenic landscapes and fossil sites.
The county of Noguera is the ideal place for windsurfing, rafting and canyoning.
Embassament de Rialb
Enjoy adventure sports on the reservoir at Embassament de Rialb, in the counties of Noguera and Alt Urgell.
Via Verda La Vall Fosca
Discover this 5 km hiking trail in Pallars Jussà, near Aigüestortes National Park and Sant Maurici Lake.
Located on the banks of the river Segre, also known as Castell de la Suda, it was an Andalusian castle and later the palace of the Counts of Urgell from the 12th century.
Enjoy the best experiences
Gerri de la Sal is a small medieval town known for its salt exploitation which, until recently, was its main economic engine....More info
In La Pobla de Segur, there is the brewery with the highest production in the Pyrenees, with a capacity of 1,000 hectoliters / year....More info
Get ready for a visit to a century-old factory, where you can also taste liqueurs....More info
Espai Raier, history of the Pyrenees in La Pobla de Segur Do you know what Timber raftsmen are? Want to…...More info
Come to Pallars Jussà and discover the Vall Fosca, the Hydroelectric Museum and the Capdella power station. Quite an experience!...More info