LA CERDAGNE SE RACONTE
Atmosphere of Lower Cerdanya, old typical farms, green fields, farmland landscapes.
Sainte-Léocadie is a small village of 132 inhabitants, perched at an altitude of 1300 metres, in the heart of the Cerdanya. Crossed by the railway line of the "Little Yellow Train", Sainte-Léocadie is composed of 4 hamlets (hamlet Mairie, hamlet of Palau, hamlet of Llous and Cases d'amont). It is a village rich in architectural and religious heritage with its 11th century church.
With an altitude of 1,350 metres, Nahuja with its old houses dominates the high plain of Cerdanya.
Departure: At the entrance of the village, beside the Cerdanya Museum of Sainte Léocadie.
THAT'S WORTH A VISIT!
Cal Mateu Farm is interesting for many reasons. It is an outstanding example of the cerdane farm in the 18th century adapted to livestock farming and cereal production. A proud building reflects the prestige of the new French royal power with the residence of the guard. It has been a museum in France since 1997.
Next to this museum of popular arts and traditions, you will see the highest vine in Europe. The church is interesting for the beauty of its 16th century altarpieces.
- Difference in height
- 120.33 m
- 120 meters of difference in height
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