Where to find us

Alós d'Isil


Esterri d'Àneu



La Guingueta d'Àneu

Les Planes de Son


València d'Àneu

How to get here



ALSA is the public transportation company offering regular bus rides straight from Barcelona and Lleida. The company also offers a transportation service connecting many neighbouring towns and villages. As the timetables can be modified for public holidays and summer vacation, we recommend you to check the company’s official website.


There are three main well-paved roads connecting Pallars Sobirà with the rest of Catalonia: road N-260 from the South, road N-260 from the East and road C-28 from the North. Some stretches run between high mountains and can be closed due to snow in winter. If you are planning to come in winter, make sure you have good snow chains in your car. To know any eventual incident on the roads click here.


The poor public transportation network in the region has fostered the creation of a private transportation network known as shared taxis to cover a large variety of routes. Shared taxis offer the possibility of getting to remote villages out of the main roads, but also getting to big cities in different regions at the desired time. Fares are usually fixed in advance. If you need more information about the shared taxi system click here.


Despite of the lack of railway station in the Pallars Sobirà region, you can reach it getting off in La Pobla de Segur, the last stop of the nearby region, Pallars Jussà. La Pobla de Segur is connected to Tremp, Balaguer and Lleida through a line of the Catalan railway network (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya) called The train of the lakes. From La Pobla de Segur train station, 27 km away from Sort, you can take the bus that covers the line to Esterri d’Àneu and stops in Gerri de la Sal, Baro, Montardit de Baix, Sort, Rialp, Llavorsí, Escaló and La Guingueta d’Àneu.


Pallars Sobirà has no airport, but there are several possibilities not too far: Lleida Airport, Barcelona Airport, Toulouse Airport (France)… The connection from all these international airports must be done in combination with other road transportation, primarily bus or shared taxi.