What to do
If you plan to come to Pallars Jussà by motorbike you will not regret it: landscapes with incredible contrasts, little-travelled roads, curves, rocks, mountains, vineyards, forests, swamps and many charming villages where you can stop for a drink or savour the local cuisine.
In the Epicentre, Pallars Jussà visitor centre, located in Tremp, we have the tourism office and an exhibition that speaks of this unique cultural and natural heritage.
We are an accredited centre of moturisme and we will be able to assist you in everything you need, as well as to advise you on the visits and the indispensable places to know our territory.
Here we propose some routes:
1. Discover the Vall Fosca by motorcycle:
- Visit the Capdella Hydroelectric Museum and the Romanesque church of Capdella.
- Ryde the entire valley to Sallente reservoir (in summer take the cable car to the National Park of Aigüestortes and Estany de S. Maurici).
- Return and stop at Hotel Vall fosca (accredited Moturisme establishment).
- You can complement the route by visiting la Pobleta de Bellveí, Montcortès Lake, Peramea and Gerri de la Sal.
2. Discover the dinosaurs on a motorcycle:
- Start going to the Conca Dellà Museum in Isona.
- Keep visiting the ichnites site of la Posa (take advantage to get close to the beautiful town of Abella de la Conca).
- Arrive to Orcau to see dinosaur’s footprints (and save some time to visit the Sauvella wine cellar).
3. Discover the border castles on a motorcycle:
- Enjoy the panoramic views of Montsec and the Conca de Tremp. Take the guided tour to Mur Castle and the Collegiate Church of Santa María.
- Take the opportunity to visit the town of Llimiana with its Romanesque church and the Bonifaci house museum. On the way back you can stop at the Terradets hotel next to the Cellers reservoir.
- Immerse yourself in the Barcedana valley and get closer to the ruins of Sant Gervàs Castle.
- Go back on the internal road that goes to Gavet de la Conca and connect with the c-1412B towards Isona to visit the magnificent medieval Castle of Llordà.
More information: moturisme.aralleida.com