The Romanesque ensemble of Vall de Boí, located in the town of d'Erill la Vall, is the entity responsible for managing this heritage group declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000.
The Romanesque collection of buildings in Vall de Boí, in the Lleida Pyrenees, was included in Unesco's World Heritage list in 2000. The center del Romànic de la Vall de Boí is the entity in charge of managing this heritage, both at an administrative level and by organising activities and ensuring the necessary resources exist to share this heritage with the public. The center is located in Erill la Vall, in the Boí valley.
Besides facilitating practical information and brochures about the churches, their characteristics and respective timetables, the center offers several other services to visitors. It boasts an interpretation area and a permanent exhibition; a shop with specialised publications and gifts, and a guided tour service for groups and another for the general public.
The interpretation area, entitled "One thousand years of Romanesque", facilitates the dissemination of knowledge and information related to this artistic style, the history of how it took root in the region, the secrets of its iconography and how medieval society worked. The interactive elements and audiovisual resources make the center attractive for all kinds of publics.