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  • Restaurants

    L'Espurna

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    Pinot Gastrothèque

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    Saroa

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    L'Antiquaritapes

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    Celler del Roser

  • Landmarks

    Hotel Parador

  • Producers of l'Horta

    La Cristaleria Sports Association

    La Cristaleria Sports Association is a nonprofit organisation dedicated to promoting projects of social economy. Through sport, leisure and professional activity, they contribute to the social and vocational insertion of young people at risk of exclusion.

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    Julian

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    Palermo

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    Parador de Lleida

    The Hotel Parador of Lleida is placed in a former 17th-century convent. Its privileged location, in the middle of the city, offers the possibility of a full tourism experience to enjoy Lleida’s urban environment.

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    Racó del Caragol. Espai Fecoll

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    El Galeó

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    Caravista

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    En Família

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    La Cuina de Martín

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    La Masia

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    La Roca del Corb

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    TK

  • Nature - Horta de Lleida

    La Mitjana

    La Mitjana Park is a large green space on the outskirts of the city, a privileged place for observing nature, practising sport and leisure. The river defines this Area of Natural Interest, characterising its flora and fauna. A Centre of Interpretation offers guided tours.

  • Sports and adventure

    Saül Craviotto Kayaking Centre

    The Saül Craviotto Kayaking Centre owes its name to the two-time Olympic kayak champion. Its facilities serve as a meeting point for kayaking enthusiasts of all ages.

  • Nature - Horta de Lleida

    The Canalisation of the Segre River

    The Canalisation of the river has made it possible to establish, on either side of the Segre, a very long, landscaped park which the residents of Lleida use frequently to practice sport or enjoy a laid-back sunny day. It has multiple entrances from the bridges which join the two sides of the city.

  • Nature - Horta de Lleida

    River Trail

    The River Trail, which runs parallel to the Segre, allows us to comprehend how, in its path through Lleida, the city is connected to the farmland around it - the area called Horta de Lleida - by the river. A peaceful path suitable for all types of travellers which, over the course of its 25 km, offers the possibility to appreciate the riverbed landscape and observe a wide variety of aquatic birds.

  • Landmarks

    Tòfol Footbridge

    The Tòfol Footbridge takes us back to a time in history when the two sides of the city could only be accessed by boat due to the scarcity of bridges over the Segre. This viaduct now serves as an homage to life in Horta de Lleida, allowing us to appreciate the region's landscape value and observe the river birds which characterise it.

  • Nature - Horta de Lleida

    Tòfol Poplar Grove

    The Tòfol Poplar Grove, located in the rural neighbourhood of Copa d’Or and Sot de Fontanet and accessed by crossing the eponymous footbridge, is a natural space conditioned with picnic tables and benches. The privileged setting of the trees surrounding it makes it an ideal place for families with kids.

  • Nature - Horta de Lleida

    Marshes of Rufea

    The Marshes of Rufea, near the hermitage of Butsènit, are a space recovered for naturalistic and educational uses which make it possible to understand and enjoy the characteristics of this wetland zone of ecological interest through the pools, riverbank forests and fauna pertaining to it.

  • Sports and adventure

    Rufea Circuit

    The Rufea Motocross Circuit, with a length of 1,580 metres, gives motorcycle sport lovers a space to train on dirt outdoors. It is conditioned with services to guarantee a safer experience.

  • Landmarks

    Torres Canal

    The irrigation canal of Torres, on the left bank of the Segre River and with a similar path to the canal of Fontanet, is named after the town of Torres de Segre with which it connects to Lleida. It consists of a centuries-old ditch which, still today, is used to irrigate the farmlands of Horta de Lleida and supply water to various industries in the zone.

  • Landmarks

    Fontanet Canal

    The irrigation canal of Fontanet, placed, like the canal of Torres, on the left bank of the Segre River, is one of the most relevant testimonies of the city's Muslim period. Designed to irrigate most of Horta de Lleida, it remains active still today providing water to a large number of fields and industries.

  • Culture and heritage

    Water Museum - Pla de l’Aigua Reservoir

    The Water Museum, in the neighbourhood of La Bordeta, is a didactic facility designed to show its visitors the close relationship between the city of Lleida and this natural resource. The facilities of the former camp of La Canadiense represent the start of a route through a number of historical sites associated with the use of water which can be completed with a visit to the remarkable Pla de l’Aigua reservoir right in the middle of the city’s historical centre.

  • Nature - Horta de Lleida

    Botanical Garden - Arboretum of Lleida

    The Dr Pius Quer i Font Arboretum, 6.5 hectares in size and located in the neighbourhood of Ciutat Jardí, is a botanical research garden which is also open to the general public. With water as a central element, it is organised around a large collection of trees grouped according to the characteristics of their zones of origin.

  • Culture and heritage

    Camps Elisis

    The Camps Elisis, in the neighbourhood of Cappont, are a landscaped urban park on tree-covered terrain. A place of leisure and walking for the residents of Lleida, the park also stands out for the series of buildings it houses, testimonies of diverse artistic periods.

  • Culture and heritage

    Hermitage of the Mother of God of Butsènit

    The Hermitage of the Mother of God of Butsènit, located in its namesake rural neighbourhood of Horta de Lleida, is a space of worship framed by a privileged landscape. In the midst of fruit trees and a few scattered rural dwellings, we find this building of historical beauty which has been protected as a cultural asset of local interest.

  • Culture and heritage

    Hermitage of the Mother of God of Granyena

    The Hermitage of Granyena, erected in the eponymous Horta neighbourhood, is a medieval church protected as a cultural asset of local interest. With baroque architecture, it constitutes a simple but lovely structure which recalls the city's past.

  • Culture and heritage

    Mill of Cervià

    The Mill of Cervià, located between Camí de Granyena and the entrance to La Mitjana Park, is a small jewel of Lleida's industrial heritage and, as such, is protected as a cultural asset of local interest. The building is the testimony of multiple restorations carried out over the course of history and, although time has not treated it very well, there is the intention to recover a facility once indispensable for supplying irrigation and milling oil.

  • Culture and heritage

    Molí de Sant Anastasi

    The Mill of Saint Anastasius, in the neighbourhood of La Bordeta, is one of the stops on the Water Museum’s tour which explain the importance of this natural resource in the city's development. It constitutes a medieval flour mill which used the water from the irrigation ditch of Fontanet to crush the grain.

  • Landmarks

    Raimat Castle

    The Raimat Castle dates back to medieval times and is an example of good conservation. Erected in an area of vineyards, for many years it was linked to the production of wine and, today, it serves as the headquarters of a foundation dedicated to local development.

  • Nature - Horta de Lleida

    Raimat Natura

    Raimat Natura is a natural space of over 700 hectares in the middle of vineyards, designed for activities of all kinds where the common denominator is the desire to enjoy the environment. Enogastronomy, hiking, biking or even hot air ballooning are a few of the things which can be done just 15 km from Lleida.

  • Sports and adventure

    2 Llacs

    2 Llacs is a sports centre 10 minutes from Lleida which proposes the practice of a wide variety of nautical and nature adventure activities. Its facilities are fully outfitted for practising motor, non-motor and technical-qualification sports.

  • Landmarks

    Seu Vella and King's Castle - La Suda

    The monumental complex of Turó de la Seu Vella, from a privileged elevated position in the middle of the city, outlines the silhouette of Lleida with the various buildings which comprise it: the cathedral or Seu Vella, the King’s Castle or Suda and the fortified wall which surrounds it. After an exceptional restoration process, this testimony of medieval Lleida is now in the running to be declared a World Heritage Site.

  • Landmarks

    Turó de Gardeny - Castle of Gardeny

    The Castle of Gardeny, located on the eponymous hill, is a fortified enclosure around a castle erected by the Templar Knights in the Middle Ages. Transformed for different uses over the years, it has been recovered and now houses a centre of interpretation which helps explain the legacy of the monastic order which established itself there originally.

  • Culture and heritage

    Palace of the Paeria

    The Palace of the Paeria, which houses the offices of the Lleida City Council, is one of the most well-conserved examples of Catalan Romanesque civil architecture in Catalonia despite its successive restorations. Apart from serving as the site of the city’s political activity, it allows visitors to access an interior which conserves vestiges of the building's original uses.

  • Restaurants

    Cal Nenet

    Cal Nenet is a restaurant in the rural neighbourhood of Butsènit. With a long family tradition, it offers traditional dishes - it is known for its snail varieties - as well as some recipes with touches from modern cuisine.

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    Can Rubies

    Can Rubies, a restaurant located in the rural neighbourhood of Butsènit, is a grill specialised in calçots (spring onions) and caragols a la llauna (grilled snails). It is a classic of the Lleida restaurant sector with a long tradition in Catalan cuisine which attests to it.

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    La Huerta

    La Huerta is a restaurant in the neighbourhood of Pardinyes, just across the street from the building of La Llotja. With over fifty years of history, it proposes a combination of traditional and modern recipes.

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    Ferreruela, cuisine from the land

    Ferreruela, located in the Noguerola neighbourhood, is a restaurant with its own character. With recipes both avant-garde yet rooted in tradition, they surprise with a menu that leaves no one indifferent.

  • Shopping and leisure

    Fruit and vegetable market

    The fruit and vegetable market, held weekly in Barris Nord, is an opportunity to buy the products of Horta de Lleida in person. The friendly, approachable character transmitted by the vendors adds value to any purchase.

  • Producers of l'Horta

    Granja Pifarré

    Granja Pifarré is a farm and livestock operation which, while maintaining its productive activity, has reinvented itself to spread the values of Horta de Lleida through a didactic format of visits and activities open to the public.

  • Producers of l'Horta

    Aromes Can Rosselló

    Aromes Can Rosselló is a family initiative of farmers from Horta de Lleida dedicated to the growing of organic lavender. Apart from the production of their own products derived from this plant with multiple properties, they organise cultural, gastronomic and recreational activities open to everyone.

  • Producers of l'Horta

    Ous Codi 0

    Ous Codi 0 is a small, organic family livestock farm committed to recovering an indigenous species of hen, the Penedesenca Negra, for egg production. They explain their commitment to a sustainable model by opening the doors of their farm for periodic workshops and diverse activities.

  • Producers of l'Horta

    Punt Eco

    Punt Eco is a socially and environmentally responsible project which uses agricultural activity to promote leisure and social relationships as a tool of personal development and therapeutic value. At their facilities, one can rent small garden plots and they regularly host diverse educational activities.

  • Producers of l'Horta

    L’oliverar de Sanui

    L’Oliverar de Sanui is a company which, from Horta de Lleida, is dedicated to the production of olive oil from the arbequina variety. A proposal of excellence with the added value of the local product.

  • Producers of l'Horta

    Fruita Blanch jams and preserves

    Fruita Blanch is a family company rooted in Horta de Lleida for multiple generations. Dedicated to the growing of apples, pears, peaches and nectarines, they also offer jams and preserves of this fruit made using traditional recipes.

  • Producers of l'Horta

    Garreta Fruits

    Garreta Fruits is a livestock and agricultural company located in Horta de Lleida. Dedicated, among other pursuits, to the production of sweet fruit, they have recently entered the world of juice, introducing their first product of flat peach. The brand, Ecolorgic, is quite a mission statement.

  • Producers of l'Horta

    Grup Aragonès

    Grup Aragonès is a family business in Horta de Lleida dedicated to farming and livestock. The group’s local products can be found in a number of the city's markets or acquired through its website.

  • Producers of l'Horta

    Celler Torres de Sanui

    At Celler Torres de Sanui, they work in the sustainable production, ageing and bottling of white and red wine. The features of their land give the wine unique particularities framed by the label of Protected Designation of Origin Costers del Segre.

  • Producers of l'Horta

    Celler Raimat

    One of the country's oldest cellars with 3,200 ha of vines. Also called the Cathedral of Wine, it dates to 1918 and was built by the modernist architect and Gaudí disciple Joan Rubió Bellver, being the first concrete building in Spain.

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