Nature and culture are the tourist attractions of the town. Alt Àneu has a large number of forests and natural areas of great beauty such as the fir trees of the Mata de València, the Gerdar de Sorpe and other areas that are part of the Alt Pirineu Natural Park; the Aigüestortes National Park and Sant Maurici Lake, or a rosary of high mountain lakes.
This environment is a paradise for sports and nature lovers. In winter, you can enjoy the exceptional ski slopes of Baqueira-Beret-Bonaigua; in spring and autumn you can enjoy the overwhelmingly colorful landscape that invites you to take a stroll; and during summer you can enjoy adventure sports and high mountain hiking.
Alt Àneu also has a unique heritage value: Romanesque routes, with the churches of Son, Sorpe, Isil, València, Alós, Àrreu, Borén and Isavarre; also the Castle of València d’Àneu, old fortification of the counts of Pallars in Àneu. Also noteworthy is the Isil Fallas festival, the first festival declared to be of national interest in the lands of Lleida and intangible heritage declared by UNESCO, as well as the Alós and València d’Àneu Fallas; the Casa de l’Ós in Isil; the Dansàneu, the Pyrenees Culture Festival; and the route of the Spaces of Memory that follows the graves of the victims of the civil war who have been dignified, among many others.