Things to see and do - Balaguer
Unmissable tourist sites
Balaguer Travel guide
Balaguer : Michelin's recommendations
Capital of the “comarca” of Noguera, Balaguer is situated on the right bank of the Segre. This dynamic and enterprising town retains some sections of its Moorish walls and a few medieval streets. It was the birthplace of Gaspar de Portolà, an 18C soldier and explorer, and the writer Teresa Pamiès. In June, the Festa del Transsegre, a competition for home-made rafts, is held on the river.
Tourist attractions Balaguer : Things to see and do
C. Ramon i Cajal 5
Overlooking the river and the town is this old collegiate (14C), with a single aisle, and chapels between the buttresses, in the typical manner of Catalonian Gothic architecture.
One of the largest squares with arcades in Catalonia. Once a week, there is a large market here selling all the wares of the region.
Carrer Cerqua de un Pointe 1
Franciscan (formerly Dominican) establishment with a 14C Gothic cloister that is one of the longest in Catalonia. Fine galleries and decorative arches.
La Banqueta, 7 E - 25600 Balaguer
Hotel Balaguer is centrally located next to the Pont Nou Bridge over the River Segre. It is 10 minutes’ walk from Balaguer Train Station and offers 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi. Air-conditioned rooms feature wooden floors and a flat-screen TV. T..
Pla d'Almatà, s/n E - 25600 Balaguer
Hotel Santuari is located in the Catalan town of Balaguer, some 20 km from Lleida. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free internet access, as well as wonderful countryside views. All of the simple rooms have TV, telephone and heating, as well as ..
Doctor Fleming 53 E - 25600 Balaguer
Run by the third generation of the same family, this restaurant offers a choice between the tapas bar, where diners can enjoy the set menu, or a more modern dining room. The dishes on offer here are firmly rooted in traditional cuisine.