Saint Lliser’s Path is a route that unites locations on both sides of the Port of Salau and the Port of Tavascan and has the final point at the Cathedral of Saint Lliser. The tradition explains that people went to this temple to look for water and, when returning, it was dumped in the fields praying for the arrival of rain. The itinerary has already been recovered since two years.
On the other hand, the Cathar presence in the Pyrenees left its mark and some circuits that deserve to be studied. In this sense, some actions are planned to be carried out and give value to this missing heritage.