Vielha is a meeting place where skiers, hikers, and lovers of social life and good food, come together every day to enjoy an après-ski scene that is unique in the Pyrenees.
With plentiful pintxo bars and other restaurants, only 10 minutes from the Baqueira Beret ski station and 20 minutes from the French border, Vielha has become a hub where both winter skiers and summer holidaymakers meet up after a day packed with outdoor activities.
In only a few streets you'll find every kind of leisure activity. Younger visitors will love skating the rink at the Palai de Gèu, where you can rent skates and whizz off for some sporty fun on the ice. History buffs can discover the region's past, and how, despite the passage of time, the character of its mountain people has been preserved, at the Museu Etnològic de Vielha. Art lovers will be fascinated by the 12th century wooden carving of Christ in the Church of Sant Miquèu de Vielha, considered to be one of the most outstanding examples of Aranese Romanesque sculpture.
The options are endless. All you need to do is get here.
Discover the local cuisine in Vielha's many friendly restaurants.
What better way to round off a day of open-air activities than by
strolling through the charming streets of Vielha's town centre?
For those who love to go out on the town, Vielha has a lively nightlife scene,
where all night owls will find something to suit their tastes.