Naut Aran - information about the city

Naut Aran is a municipality in the comarca of the Aran Valley in Catalonia, Spain. It is the second largest municipality in Catalonia in terms of surface area (225.8 km², behind Tremp), and was created in 1967 by the merger of the municipalities of Arties, Salardú, Gessa, Tredòs and Bagergue: the former municipalities retain some privileges as "decentralised municipal entities" (entitats municipals descentralitzades, EMD). The name Naut Aran literally means "Upper Valley" in Aranese, and both the Garonne (Garona) and the Noguera Pallaresa have their sources on the territory of the municipality. The ajuntament (town hall) is in Salardú. The municipality is linked to Vielha by the C-28 road, which continues to Alt Àneu over the Bonaigua pass (2072 m). This road, the higher stretches of which are impassable in winter, was the only route between the Aran Valley and the rest of Spain before the opening of the Vielha tunnel in 1948.

Naut Aran - tourist attractions

markerA Baqueira-Beret Baqueira-Beret is a ski resort located in the heart of the Pyrenees, in the Aran Valley, Lleida, Catalonia. The ski area extends from 1,500 to the 2,510 meters. Baqueira-Beret is the largest Winter resort in the Spanish Pyrenees, with 110km of marked slopes and 7km of cross-country ski and 1.9... Baqueira-Beret - photo

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Geographical coordinates: 42.709167, 0.902778
Approximate population: 1,716

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