Coll de la Mola is an independent rural accommodation that occupies a 19th-century Pyrenean farmhouse. It has been restored preserving its rustic character, both on the façade and interiors, where stone walls and ceilings and solid wood furniture predominate. The house is located at 1,200 metres above sea level, surrounded by meadows, in the valley of Valldarques.
The entire district of L'Alt Urgell is made up of a set of small valleys and streams in the Segre basin and its tributaries. Due to its size, the region boasts a wide variety of landscapes and climates from Mediterranean forests in the south to alpine regions in the north. It is ideal for mountain and adventure sports. One of the protected natural areas nearby is the Parc Natural Cadí-Moixeró.