You will find in El Valle de Arán a great concentration of churches and sanctuaries, possibly the largest in all the Pyrenees. Churches such as Sant Miquéu de Vielha, Era Mair de Diu dera Purificación de Bossost, the 12th century Church of Santa Maria de Arties or the Montgarri Sanctuary, anchored in the middle of nature in the heart of the Aran Valley are examples of culture Romanesque that we will find in this privileged environment.
You can also visit the various museums that will take you into the ancient culture of the inhabitants of the Aran Valley. Fabrica Dera Lan (of wool), Museu Etnològic Val d'Aran, PyrenMuseu, Museu eth Corrau, Musèu dera Nhèu, Ecomusèu Çò de Joanchiquet, among others.
Typical are also the traditional fairs and festivals of the different towns of the Aran Valley that come from immemorial times and the Traditional Aranese Dances. Festivities such as Eth Haro in Les and Eth Taro in Arties, which culminate the summer solstice with the burning of the trunk of a fir tree as an act of demand for the purification of the lands, remain intact and faithfully remind us of what life was like in the valley centuries ago.