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The Romanesque culture of the westernmost Pyrenees will be the starting point on a journey in time that will take you to ancient Tarraco, the Roman capital of Hispania. This route links two World Heritage sites, taking you from peaks ever crowned with snow to the most extensive beaches of the entire Catalan coast.

In the Vall de Boí you will have the privilege of climbing the bell towers of the eight Romanesque churches built in the 11th and 12th centuries to contemplate Catalonia’s sky. Shortly after El Pont de Suert you will break left to return to the Noguera Pallaresa in La Pobla de Segur, leaving behind the entrance to the Vall Fosca, one of the multiple excursion possibilities you will find along this route.

Downriver, you will leave the Pyrenees behind following part of the path of the Tren dels Llacs and crossing the Montsec Range. A magnificent alternative offers you the opportunity to discover the spectacular Mont-rebei Gorge before continuing on towards Àger and Balager and, following the course of the Segre, heading for the Lleida Plain.

From the capital of Terra Ferma, fruit and olive fields lead you to the walled city of Montblanc at the foot of the Prades Mountains, which you will cross to enter the Priorat and make a stop in the town of Siurana.

Now nearing the end of the route, you will go for a walk in Reus, the native city of great artists like Antoni Gaudí and Marià Fortuny, before wrapping up the itinerary surrounded by Roman ruins with magnificent views of the sea from the Mediterranean Balcony of the city of Tarragona.

The Romanesque culture of the westernmost Pyrenees will be the starting point on a journey in time that will take you to ancient Tarraco, the Roman capital of Hispania. This route links two World Heritage sites, taking you from peaks ever crowned with snow to the most extensive beaches of the entire Catalan coast.

In the Vall de Boí you will have the privilege of climbing the bell towers of the eight Romanesque churches built in the 11th and 12th centuries to contemplate Catalonia’s sky. Shortly after El Pont de Suert you will break left to return to the Noguera Pallaresa in La Pobla de Segur, leaving behind the entrance to the Vall Fosca, one of the multiple excursion possibilities you will find along this route.

Downriver, you will leave the Pyrenees behind following part of the path of the Tren dels Llacs and crossing the Montsec Range. A magnificent alternative offers you the opportunity to discover the spectacular Mont-rebei Gorge before continuing on towards Àger and Balager and, following the course of the Segre, heading for the Lleida Plain.

From the capital of Terra Ferma, fruit and olive fields lead you to the walled city of Montblanc at the foot of the Prades Mountains, which you will cross to enter the Priorat and make a stop in the town of Siurana.

Now nearing the end of the route, you will go for a walk in Reus, the native city of great artists like Antoni Gaudí and Marià Fortuny, before wrapping up the itinerary surrounded by Roman ruins with magnificent views of the sea from the Mediterranean Balcony of the city of Tarragona.

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