Altitude: 1224 m
Llívia is like an island of Catalonia in French territory. A cozy village at the foot of the Carlit peak, which was built at the foot of what was an imposing castle today in ruins. In the old town, Bernat de So's tower and the church are witnesses of its medieval past.
The municipal term has an extension of 12.9 km2, formed by the town and several aggregates: Cereja, Gorguja, Gorguja Petita (Mas Travis) and Mas Jonquer.
You can enjoy the unique natural environment as, Les FONTS is an itinerary that lasts approximately one hour and a half and a vertical drop of 100 meters. You can cool off in the stream of Estahuja and Rocacanal and enjoy the therapeutic benefits of the waters of the font of the SOFRE, the font of XÀFEC and the font of FERRO.
You will also know some examples of dry stone rural architecture - shepherd's huts, fences, terraces, the aqueduct of Carrasut - that will show you the way of life that the people of yesteryear took to Cerdanya.
You can follow one of the sections of the Route of Sant Jaume that leads to Puigcerdà and repeat the path of those pilgrims. It is about a walk of about 7 km, quite flat, which can last an hour and a half. You will arrive to Ur and you will pass through the church of Sant Jaume de Rigolisa, next to Puigcerdà.