CULTURAL CIRCUIT SANT JULIÀ DE LÒRIA
PLACES YOU WILL SEE
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La Ronda Laurediana
Is a stroll to the centre of the village, the core of Sant Julià de Lòria’s social and cultural life, with buildings that show us the town’s evolution since the 12th century.
Interestingly, the name of this route, Ronda Laurediana, comes from the fact that the village of Sant Julià de Lòria is also known as Laurèdia.
Man and Matter
Is a tour of the most representative sculptures and artistic creations in the parish. It is a sign of how, throughout the centuries, men have harnessed the elements and material in order to guarantee their existence, but also as a form of expression.
You will also learn about how people took advantage of the mountain’s natural resources in the past, especially water, building many conduits and turning them into a meeting point for friends and family members, a place for religious and domestic activities, etc.
La Rabassa - La Peguera
Finally, the La Rabassa–La Peguera route offers you a visit to the old quarter of Aixirivall, the vines and the Casa Auvinyà cellar, a reproduction of a small medieval village, the Juberri Gardens, which reach the hermitage of Sant Cristòfol, and Casa Gendret, a small family business specialising in the production of jams and jellies. Finally, we recommend topping off the route with a visiting to ancient Aixirivall, where you can see the fountain, the Church of Sant Pere and the old school dating back to 1887.
Advance booking: Sant Julià de Lòria Tourist Office
MORE FUN ACTIVITIES...
Ikebana Centre is located in Sant Julià de Lòria and offers a wide range of beauty treatments.
Located in the middle of the forest, the Naturland Route of old trades will help you learn all about the history of the trades of yesteryear in the Principality.
The association Taula Nacional de falles de les Valls d'Andorra has been responsible for the falles festival ever since it was recovered in 1987
The Natura Pass is a global pass that lets you enjoy skimo and snowshoeing at any of the Principality’s ski resorts. Get all the details here!
One of the activities not to be missed in the Principality are the exhibition rooms and art galleries.