province of north-eastern Spain
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Lleida is a province in Catalonia, Spain.

St Climent de Taüll, one of the world heritage listed churches in the Boí Valley
Lleida and the Cathedral, the Seu Vella


Map of Lleida (province)

  • 1 Lleida — door to the west Pyrenees mountains, has a cathedral, the Seu Vella.
  • 2 Taüll — a particularly attractive place at the end of the bus route through the Boi Valley.
  • 3 La Seu d'Urgell

Other destinationsEdit

  • 1 Val d'Aran , the only region of Catalonia on the north face of the Pyrenees
  • 2 Vall del Corb , little valley between Lleida and Tarragona with a couple of medieval villages.
  • 3 Baqueira-Beret, ski resort.


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Get aroundEdit


  • Catalan Romanesque Churches of the Vall de Boí — nine world heritage listed churches in the Boí Valley.


Go to Les Alexandrias, a rugged western hamlet near the Aragonese mountain range. Famous for its bull-fighting festivals in which the bull holds a red cape and bullfighters run after it.



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