• ca
  • es
  • en

 

Tourism

With the airport in service this territory faces a new challenge and an opportunity to create new services and activities with added value, which complement and nurture the time of the benefits that this infrastructure can provide.
The flights serve to publicize the culture, historical heritage and gastronomy of Poniente, and enhance its tourist attractions.

With the airport in service this territory faces a new challenge and an opportunity to create new services and activities with added value, which complement and nurture the time of the benefits that this infrastructure can provide.
The flights serve to publicize the culture, historical heritage and gastronomy of Poniente, and enhance its tourist attractions.

Lleida is the capital of an extensive region located in the western part of Catalonia called the Segrià, which owes its name to the river that crosses it: El Segre. Lleida is the real economic and demographic motor of the Inland Catalonia.

Caressed by history, the streets of Lleida welcome innumerable monumental and cultural treasures that coexist with the activity and initiative of a modern city that looks to the future.

Visit everything, but do not forget that this is a city crowned by two splendid Castles: the Seu Vella and the Templar Gardeny And if you also like art, you can not miss the visit to the Museum of Lleida and the Modern equipment of the Llotja de Lleida- Theater and Congress Palace of the city.

The tremendous diversity of the Lands of Lleida is surprising; the landscapes of the plains are crossed by a thousand and one enchanting routes which include “The River Sió Castles Route”, “The Cistercian Route”, “The Way of St James” and the “Lakes Train”.

The capital, Lleida, is an open city in which cultural heritage —including the magnificent old cathedral, La Seu Vella— coexists with the most modern items of infrastructure, which include the new Congress and Conference Centre and the Lleida-Alguaire airport.

Festivals and age-old traditions, natural settings that are ideal for ornithologists, and a local gastronomy based on natural products; these are just a few of the attractions of a territory whose welcoming people and settlements full of character will seduce visitors.

Widely considered a paradise for skiing and adventure sports, the Lleida Pyrenees invite visitors to discover nature in its purest form. It is important to highlight the “Aigüestortes i Sant Maurici” National Park —the only national park in Catalonia— and the natural parks of Cadí-Moixerò and Alt Pirineu.

This is also a land steeped in history –with a surprising cultural heritage whose most outstanding treasure is the Romanesque art and architecture of the Vall de Boí, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site- and which offers an open invitation to enjoy tasty cuisine based on the best traditional products and craftwork.

Lleida-Alguaire International Airport. Please contact us if you have any questions