Cerdanya attractions

Lake in Puigcerdà

Estany de Puigcerdà

The lake at the north end of town was created during the 13th century for irrigation purposes. It's a pretty spot for a stroll: birds bob across its surface in summer, while winter amplifies the majesty of the snow-…
Museum in Llívia

Museu Municipal

Proudly occupying what's alleged to be Europe's oldest pharmacy (dating to 1415, it operated until 1926), this multi-language, multimedia museum explores the region's history from Paleolithic times to modern day.
Castle in Llívia

Castell de Llívia

Though little more than walls remain of Llívia's ruined hilltop castle, it's worth the hefty 15-minute climb for the fabulously beautiful wraparound views across the French countryside. Restoration works have uneart…
Tower in Puigcerdà

Església de Santa Maria

Though only the tower of the 17th-century Església de Santa Maria still stands, this stocky Romanesque structure dominates bustling Plaça Santa Maria. Steps within allow you to climb the tower.
Church in Llívia

Església de Mare de Déu dels Àngels

Llívia's 16th-century, late-Gothic church is encircled by three defensive towers and contains a Romanesque baptismal font.
Church in Puigcerdà

Església de Sant Domènec

This 13th-century Gothic church was wrecked multiple times over the course of its history, including a 15th-century earthquake and immense damage during the civil war. Behind a 14th-century facade, it contains 14th-…
Museum in Puigcerdà

Museu Cerdà

Within a much-modernised 19th-century Carmelite monastery are two floors of exhibitions with flavours of Cerdanya's agrarian past. The permanent collection (Catalan only) includes crafts, clothing, traditional housi…