Vielha is the capital of the Vall d'Aran district. It offers a combination of serene mountain air and the lively hustle and bustle of a major tourist attraction. Along its streets you will discover lovely houses and shops selling handicrafts and local gourmet specialties. If you would like to learn about the customs of the people of the Arán Valley, pay a visit to the Tor deth Generau Martinhon, a 17th-century palace that is now home to a fascinating ethnological museum.

If you visit Sant Miquèu Church, you will be able to view a Romanesque sculpture of Christ dating from the 12th century and the famous "cupboard with seven locks," where the valley's documents were stored. Vielha is a city to fall in love with, both summer and winter, and the Parador offers a fantastic opportunity to experience it.


The Parador de Vielha is the perfect place to enjoy the natural beauty of the Arán Valley and the snow on the nearby ski slopes at Baquerira-Beret. The Parador is the ideal spot for skiers, hikers and nature lovers, with sensational panoramas of the Pyrenees. The swimming pool surrounded by a large garden, the magnificent spa with indoor swimming pool, outdoor hot tub, solarium and massage menu.

The views are so spectacular that you will be delighted to discover that the circular restaurant is enclosed in glass, adding light and beauty to your dining experience. Restaurant specialties include pig’s feet carpaccio with layers of Ibérico ham and foie gras mi-cuit, caracoles a la llauna (baked snails), roast shoulder of suckling lamb with aromas of Montgarri, Arán Valley sturgeon with a priorat wine reduction, and pescajus (crêpes) filled with apple compote.


  • The views are so spectacular.
  • The circular restaurant and gastronomy.
  • The nearby ski slopes at Baquerira-Beret.
  • Value for money.


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