This was the traditional pass through the mountains for herds of animals and all kinds of travellers in the old days. To the east is the lovely valley of Santa Magdalena, with the Cadí mountain range beyond it. Nearby there is an old stone altar from medieval times.
An ancient hermitage church that was founded by soldier-missionaries of the religious order of the Templars. It affords a wonderful broad vista of the Vernedes of Sort. The information panels will tell you the names of some of the plants you find there.
A straightforward walking route which brings you to the Viewing Point of the Pica d’Estats, the Peak of States, so called because from there you can see the states of France, Andorra and Spain.
Starting out from Rubió, the highest village in Catalonia, a short walk will take you to this viewing point, from which you will have a broad panorama of the valley of Siarb.
A natural setting high on the mountainside which offers the visitor sweeping panoramas over the valley of Cardós, the Valleta, or little valley, of Esterri de Cardós, and the upland plain of Nequa.