Walking through this small village, situated at 967 metres of altitude, you’ll find the official archive of the Conselh Generau d’Aran, a collection of public and private records deposited in the Çò deth Senhor d’Arròs or Casa de Ademà, which dates to 1820, and is one of the stately homes that make up the Val d’Aran’s architectural heritage. It is also possible to visit the church of Santa Eulària, built in a Gothic style, and on the outskirts of the village, the Capella del Pilar.
At the entrance to the village of Arròs you will find the mountain track that crosses the Val de Varradòs and leads to one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Val d’Aran, the Saut deth Pish.
A 14th century transitional Gothic building, with later additions. The bell tower is octagonal and its roof almost flat, the only one of its kind in the whole of the Val d’AranDiscover more
A hike up the spectacular mountain road that crosses the Val de Varradòs and leads to one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Val d’Aran, the Saut deth Pish.Discover more