For a snack or a rest before climbing up the Collada de Beixalis, the Moles d’Anyós picnic area is a great option
Do you need a spot for a break and some food or drink before heading up the Collada de Beixalis? A great option is to stop off at the Moles d’Anyós picnic area, found at the 0.5 km point of the CS310 road, which takes you to this mountain pass. It’s also a good option for anyone going to visit the hamlet of Anyós. The Romanesque Sant Cristofol Church is the most outstanding site in this little village in Andorra.
This is a simple rest area, with no barbecues or water supply to drink or wash. However, the Moles d’Anyós picnic area is equipped with tables and seating for visitors who have brought lunch or a snack.
Further on, at the 7 km and 8 km points, you will find two more of the nine rest areas in the parish of La Massana: Font del Mallol and Beixalis.