Walks, bicycle rides, horse riding, paragliding, kayaking…

Covering an area of 1,733 square kilometres, with a population of more than 35,000 inhabitants and 30 municipalities, the Noguera is the most extensive county or comarca in Catalonia, with towns and villages distributed throughout a highly variable range of geographies and landscapes.
The topography of the comarca shows a clear division between the north (Alta Noguera) and the south (Baixa Noguera). The Alta Noguera is characterised by its majestic Montsec mountain range, with the Àger and Meià valleys and a series of intermediate chains that boast spaces of outstanding natural beauty. Baixa Noguera extends over a wide expanse of soft earth watered by irrigation ditches and canals.

Responsibility for La Noguera’s huge geographical and scenic variety lies with the rivers that cross it: the Segre and the two Nogueras. The latter consist of the Ribagorçana, which forms a good deal of the comarca’s western border, and the Palleresa, which cuts a swathe through the Montsec range at the Terradets gorge, dividing it into the Montsec d’Ares and the Montsec de Rúbies. The Camarasa, Canelles, Santa Anna, Sant Llorenç de Montgai and Rialb reservoirs make up the largest area of still water in Catalonia.
Balaguer is the capital of La Noguera, the largest comarca in Catalonia.

Paragliding in Àger
Climbing in Sant Llorenç Montgai
Canoeing in Sant Llorenç Montgai
Excursions to the Mont-rebei Canyon
The Mu Canyon
Trip around the Sant Llorenç de Montgai reservoir
Excursions to the Montsec
MTB at Sant Llorenç de Montgai