The 10 Best Things to Do in Province of Lleida, Spain

July 22, 2017 Karren Gelb

The Province of Lleida (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈʎɛjðə], locally [ˈʎejðɛ]; Spanish: Lérida [ˈleɾiða]; Occitan: Lhèida) is one of the four provinces of Catalonia. It lies in north-eastern Spain, in the western part of the autonomous community of Catalonia, and is bordered by the provinces of Girona, Barcelona, Tarragona, Zaragoza and Huesca and the countries of France and Andorra. It is often popularly referred to as Ponent (i.e. the West). It is the only province within Spain that is landlocked.
Restaurants in Province of Lleida

1. La Rafting Company

Caterina Albert | Local 2, 25560, Sort, Spain
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5 based on 641 reviews

La Rafting Company

La Rafting Company is an outdoor activities supplier. We are specialist in whitewater rafting, kayak and inflatable kayak.We do canyoning,mountain trekking and horseriding too.Contact us and live the experience of water.

Reviewed By ahling33 - California

Lots of adrenaline, thrills and challenges - supervised and lead by an enthusiastic and safety conscious company. Both the teenagers and adults loved the excitement, being outdoors and trying new things. This was the highlight of our trip.
Rafting had plenty of thrills, but also a chance to float in the river and jump off a bridge.
Canyoning in Hell’s canyon was fabulous. Loved being in that surreal environment, maneuvering through it with various types of rope challenges. Our guide’s focus on safety paired with his good sense of humor gave us the confidence to try all the new challenges.
The company was very responsive and helpful in arranging the activities. They were also flexible when we had one person come down sick and be unable to attend the events. All of their gear was clean, well maintained and fit well.

2. Barrankisme

Flora Cadena n5, 25594 Rialp, Spain
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5 based on 212 reviews

Barrankisme

We offer the experience you have started or improve in the world of canyoning. We carry different descents of Canyons in Catalonia, Pyrenees and Sierra de Guara, also offer other adventure sports activities but always half-day or full day.

Reviewed By AlaliYousif - Kuwait

Me and 3 friends did the Infern Canyoning trip in the month of April. The experience was greater and much more fun than I expected. The 2 guides were Lluis and Tor. I have so much respect for them, as they were cautious, enthusiastic, and...MoreThank you Ali. By trusting in the Barrankisme company for your descent, and thank you very much for your visit from Kuwait. A greeting from part of the guides and the Reservations department. Hope to see you soon friends.

3. Parque Nacional de Aiguestortes

Carretera Sant Maurici 5, 25597 Espot, Spain +34 973 69 61 89
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5 based on 812 reviews

Parque Nacional de Aiguestortes

Reviewed By traveltheworld012 - Rochester, Minnesota

We received a pretty good and detailed map from the hotel we were staying at that showed all the roads and hiking trails. If you are not familiar with Spain's Parque Nationals, then you should know that there is really no visitor center here (like in the USA versions). The trails are not groomed, per se, not many safety rails and so on. You are pretty much hiking into Wilderness. Also no camping is allowed here and overnight stays are only permitted in what they call "refuges". We hiked Ribera de Sant Nicolau (a priest used to live along this trail), Ruta de la Marmota, Barruera - Boi (the most scenic of all) and other lesser trails in the area. The views are fantastic and the hiking is superb. One can rent a taxi to ride where you cannot drive your car, but we did not see this as much fun to do, so we leave this method of seeing the park to invalids or lazy people.

4. Entrenuvols

Cami del Montsec | Km. 2, 25691 Ager, Spain
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5 based on 148 reviews

Entrenuvols

Entrenuvols paragliding school Come to fly with us! We offer Paragliding tandem flights and all level courses of Paragliding. Handicapped people allowed, we have special equipment for you! We also do Kayak trips and rental.

Reviewed By Pavelito P - Barcelona, Spain

We chose Entrenuvols for a team building event, and surely the choice couldn't have been better. Àger is one of the best paragliding sites of Europe and folks at Entrenuvols know their business very well. These guys are real professionals and make you feel home all the time! They know the winds of the are very well and I ended up having an amazing half an hour paragliding experience. I'll surely chose them again if I plan to go up the air some time.

5. Celler Devinssi

Carrer Masets 1, 43737 Gratallops, Spain
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5 based on 151 reviews

Celler Devinssi

Celler Devinssi is a small artisan winery in Gratallops, where we elaborate DOQ Priorat wines and we are determined about the quality of our products. We'd like to share this land with you and you're welcome to come over and enjoy a wine tourism experience at our winery and at our Gratallops vineyards, DOQ Priorat.

Reviewed By Jkramnas - Helsinki, Finland

I booked a winery tour and tasting with Jordi. Unfortunately though, I hade to cancel my reservation. For some reason the cancellation never reached Jordi and he was at our meeting point waiting for me. As we both realised the situation, Jordi was exceptionally friendly...MoreDear future visitor, thank you very much for your comment. Well, email glitches can happen. Hope to host you some day here in Priorat. Greetings, Jordi

6. Skicenter Baqueira

Nucleo 1500 Edificio Campalias Bloque 3 Vaqueira Val D Aran | (Proximo a Farmacia 1500), 25598 Baqueira, Spain +34 973 11 90 12
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5 based on 144 reviews

Skicenter Baqueira

Skiers Receipt at the station of Baqueira Beret, manage hotels and apartments bookings, equipment hire, ski school and all the apreski activities you can imagine , contact us to make your trip to Baqueira Beret diferent ..

Reviewed By Maria S

The people who work in Skicenter Are profesional and they are demanding at work. They prepare my ski travel and I was very pleasant.

7. Mont-rebei Gorge

Sierra del Montsec, 25632 Sant Esteve de la Sarga, Spain +34 654 93 22 74
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5 based on 161 reviews

Mont-rebei Gorge

As it passes through the Mont-rebei gorge, the Noguera Ribagorcana rivers runs through the dephts of a canyon that reaches heights of 500 metres, with a span that narrows at points to less than 20 metres. It is the country's last great gorge that remains in a nearly pristine state but that is also easily accessible to visitors. It is crossed only by a bridle path that has been cut into the rock, allowing visitors to enjoy the spectacular scenery.

Reviewed By Dale W - Clayton, California

I highly recommend this scenic location for a hike. The walls of the gorge reach vertical heights in excess of 1,500 feet at points where the width of the gorge is about 60 feet. This makes for some impressive views, especially with the aquamarine water down below. What distinguishes this area for hiking is not only the scenery but also the fact that much of the trail was cut into the rock, so in many places the mountain is over you, almost as if you were in a tunnel with the side open. The route is very plainly marked; the path is well-worn and if there's any doubt, painted symbols on the rocks point the way. This hike is not for the out-of-shape; one should have at least a bit of physical stamina to in order to complete it. And be careful as there are no guardrails. In some places, the trail is narrow and one must stop to let people coming in the opposite direction pass safely. Bring lots of water, snacks, and sun protection to have an enjoyable time. The gorge is about an hour-and-a-half due north of the city of Lleida, in the "pre-Pyrenees."

8. Esglesia de Sant Climent de Taull

L-501, Km 2, 25528 Taull, Vall de Boi, Lleida, 25528 Taüll Taull, Vall de Boi, Spain +34 973 69 67 15
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5 based on 397 reviews

Esglesia de Sant Climent de Taull

Reviewed By southerntraveller49 - Andalucia, Spain

Even if "seeing old stones" is not your thing, Sant Climent deserves a visit, it´s a must if you´re exploring the area. It has an outstanding artistic value, although the paintings were relocated in Barcelona. So, enjoy its beautiful Lombard romanic architecture and spend some time watching the multimedia show on the walls. That will only set you back 5 euros. I also climbed the belltower up to the top, a nice experience indeed, but not suitable for everyone as the stairs are more than just steep. It´s a nice feeling when you reach the bells level, as your shoulder has literally to rub on the bells on your way upstairs. Be careful especially when going down, the ladder steps are not ergonomic. Once you get to the top, although the tower isn´t particularly high, you get nice views, being other two towers lined with Sant Climent.

9. RocRoi

P. Biuse,8, 25595 Llavorsi, Spain
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4.5 based on 268 reviews

RocRoi

Reviewed By Debbie S - East Brunswick, New Jersey

Roc Roi is a very professional outfit. Really no complaints from A-z. Our guide was wonderful as was everybody else.Hi! Thanks a lot for your kind words. To know that you really enjoyed your activities with us makes our day. We mean it! All best, ROCROI team

10. Celler Burgos Porta

Finca Mas Sinen | Poboleda, 43376 Poboleda, Spain +34 696 09 45 09
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5 based on 104 reviews

Celler Burgos Porta

Reviewed By FranschhoekCaracal - Franschhoek, South Africa

We visited Celler Burgos Porta, home of the Mas Sinén wines on a Sunday. The owner, Salvador, took us around the vineyards, cellar and barrel maturation and explained everything in great detail and with much enthusiasm and with many anecdotes. This was followed by a tasting of 4 of his excellent wines - big, serious wines which are typical to the DOQ.
The drive there is also spectacular, so all-in-all a great experience!

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