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Make a holiday cottage in Coll de Nargó your home away from home

Sometimes we all want to escape to nature, and if you’d like a holiday with complete, uninterrupted seclusion then have a look at the holiday cottages in Coll de Nargó on HomeAway. Holiday accommodation in Coll de Nargó is private and self-sufficient, with everything you need to help you recharge your batteries on-hand – buildings here are old, limestone constructions tucked into mountain landscapes, but the interiors have the functionality of a modern urban home. Not to mention the many luxurious facilities that will help you unwind – private pools are installed at Coll de Nargó holiday homes, while sweeping gardens will give you the breathing space you need.

Things to do

-Mountain biking. If you’re undaunted by the prospect of a 47-kilometre trip, the circular route to Gabarra will offer a memorable adventure. On a well-signposted route you’ll wind your way through oak forest, across rivers, admiring some breathtaking views along the way. Many of these involve the Romanesque architecture for which Coll de Nargó is also famous.

-Romanesque architecture. Within the county of Alt Urgell, Coll de Nargó shines for its beautiful Romanesque churches. San Clemente here has been recognised nationally for its cultural and artistic interest, and you’ll know it by its rectangular bell-tower. There’s a local tourist route dedicated to these medieval churches, with six other fabulous examples to be discovered close by.

-Other recreation. Coll de Nargó is on the west shore of the Pantà de Oliana, a large reservoir that snakes along the valley. In the summer it’s a scenic spot for activities like canoeing and kayaking. If you want to stay dry then there are paths that help you follow the shoreline as it cuts through the craggy Serra de Turp i Mora park.

-Food and drink. If there’s one piece of produce that the Alt Urgell area can be identified by, it’s cheese. Cattle have roamed the mountains here for centuries, and the cow’s milk is pasteurised to create a soft cheese that is left to ripen for just a short time, going very well with salads and cava wine. If you’re a cheese fan there’s the Castell-Llebre commercial dairy just on the southern tip of the reservoir.

-Ski. Andorra’s foremost ski resort, Grand Valira, is an hour north of Coll de Nargó so its a reasonable option in winter if you’re craving the rush of the mountainside. This is the largest ski area in the Pyrenees, with more than 200 kilometres of pistes – within it is Soldeu, judged recently as one of the best places to ski in Europe if you’re on a budget. At Soldeu there’s a multi-lingual ski school, as well as lots of restaurants, bars and shops.

Weather in Coll de Nargó

The peaks around Coll de Nargó are covered in snow for most of the winter, and the ski resorts in the region are popular thanks to their guaranteed snowfall. In lower-lying areas temperatures tend to be more clement, with daily highs that can reach ten degrees, and lows that slip a couple of degrees below freezing at night. If you reach a Coll de Nargó holiday cottage in summer then you’ll have warm conditions waiting for you, with highs in the mid-20s from June to September.

Travel to Coll de Nargó

A car is a must if you’re staying at a holiday home in Coll de Nargó. It’s a rather isolated spot, a long way from pubic transport connections. The nearest major airport is Lleida-Alguaire (ILD), which is western Catalonia’s largest air transport hub. There are flights to Lleida throughout the year from a number of cities in the UK. Coll de Nargó is 90 minutes northeast of the airport, but it’s an undemanding drive because you can follow the C-26 and C-14 roads all the way to the village.

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Coll de Nargó Holiday Cottages & Apartments (176)

 

Recent Reviews

Excellent property. Well equipped and clean.

5 of 5
A very relaxing get away from it all type of holiday. The journey from the town up to the property was far from easy but once there a beautiful part of the world with stunning views. Lots of beautiful places to visit.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 18, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017

Fantastic place

5 of 5
We stayed at this house for the first week of our holidays. The property is very private, with lots of space - perfect for a family with lots of large teenagers! They loved the beautiful pool, and we had lots of fun playing water polo with the football goals at either end. Great view of the mountains from the pool too. The games room with ping pong and table football was also very well used, and we also took the mountain bikes out one evening for a ride down to a nearby lake. The house was well equipped, clean - and also nice and cool. We enjoyed eating outside by the barbeque. It wasn't far to drive to Solsona - much bigger place than I'd thought from the map, with a beautiful church and lots of old streets inside the town wall, and also plenty of supermarkets. The mountains were not too far away and we did some amazing walks up on the Serres des Busa and up near the Port del Comte. All in all, a fantastic place for a holiday!
  • Review Submitted: Aug 15, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017