900m high

Surrounded by natural landscapes, the city of Sant Julià de Lòria stands out for being more than 900m high, a feature shared by only 9 of UNESCO's 246 Creative Cities: Ayacucho (Peru), Bamiyan (Afghanistan), Chordeleg (Ecuador), Hangzhou (China), Isfahan (Iran), Kütahya (Turkey), Lubumbashi (Congo), San Cristóbal de las Casas (Mexico), Santa Fe (USA).

The city itself becomes a starting point for different hiking trails. Nature is present on all four sides of the town, as it is surrounded by peaks of more than 2000m.


The tourist vocation of Sant Julià de Lòria has been based on a wealth that has no walls or roof: the mountain.

In its aspects, life has also found a place throughout history: Bixessarri, Certers, Nagol, Auvinyà, Juberri and Fontaneda are the villages that have preserved the taste and charm of the places dedicated to agricultural and livestock life.

With a lush nature close to the town center, Sant Julià de Lòria stands out for its incomparable natural environment, away from traffic and noise.