Guide to the Municipalities

Llavorsí is the Catalan rafting capital and, by extension, popular for all adventure sports, as it lies on the best section of the Noguera Pallaresa to have a go at white water sports. In addition, the village is home to the l’Alt Pirineu Nature Park Information Centre and is the entranceway, as it is the lowest part of the valleys of Àneu, Cardós and Ferrera.

The natural landscape, apart from the river, offers special locations such as the valleys of Baiasca and Romadriu. The architectural heritage includes the attraction of the typically Pyrenean construction of the buildings. The churches of Sant Serni de Baiasca and Santa Anna de Llavorsí, the sanctuary of la Mare de Déu de Biuse and the remains of the monastery of Sant Pere de Vellanega are the most noteworthy points of architectural interest.

The essentials

- Go rafting in the waters of the Noguera Pallaresa river.

- Practise other adventure sports.

- Discover the landscapes of the valley of Baiasca and of the valley of Romadriu, within the l’Alt Pirineu Nature Park.

- Visit the churches of Sant Serni de Baiasca and Santa Anna de Llavorsí.

- Enjoy the views from the chapels of la Mare de Déu de Biuse and Sant Jaume deArestui.

- See the remains of the old monastery of Sant Pere de Vellanega.


  • Region: Pallars Sobirà
  • Province: Lleida
  • Location: Aidí, Llavorsí, Romadriu, Sant Romà de Tavèrnoles, Arestui, Baiasca, Montenartró
  • Size: 69
  • Inhabitants: 366

Economic activity

Tourism and service companies comprise the most important part of the municipality’s current economy, thanks to the fact that the town is strategically located for easy access to L´Alt Pallars (Àneu, Cardós, Ferrera and Coma de Burg valleys) with Sort. It had also been a centre of metallurgy.

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