This former Roman town was founded by Pompey in 72BC. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and en-route to Santiago de Compostela.
Prehistoric caves famous for their stencilled red-hand cave paintings dating back 27,000 years.
Known locally as ‘The Tuscany of the Pyrenees,’ this Romanesque basilica is built from the remains of the Roman settlement, giving it an undeniably original appearance.
Discover the Romanesque heritage of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Ruins of XI century castle. Climb the tower to admire the views of the Barousse Valley.
One of eight Romanesque-style churches designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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