The cathedral is set at the top of a tiny hill village, which it totally dominates. It boasts two features of special interest and quality - a lovely Romanesque cloister with one side open to the hills and countryside beyond the village and a goergeously ornate Renaissance choir with wonderful wood carvings - all set in what is really a very small cathedral. There are regular concerts in season - worth checking the website in advance. And be sure to visit the superb Basilica of St Just, Valcabrere a mile or so away on the plain below.
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