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17 Photos to inspire you to visit Queralbs Spain

Mountain villages offer some of the most breathtaking scenery wouldn’t you agree? The mountain peaks and valleys. The fresh clean air and scent of pine trees, all while hearing nothing but the serene sound of bird songs and wind blowing. That idyllic atmosphere is the reason why I love mountain villages. If you’re thinking about booking a trip to Barcelona, these 17 photos will definitely convince you to add Queralbs to your itinerary. 

In no particular order, here are the 17 photos to inspire you to visit this perfect mountain village of Queralbs. 

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The sleepy village of Queralbs, where houses are made of local stone and wood

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Querabls sits at 1,236 m (or 4,055 ft)

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The village of Queralbs has less than 200 people who live here

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The well-preserved Romanesque church dates back to the 10th century

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Stop and smell the roses in this charming mountain village

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Isn't it the most perfect view?

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This sleepy village is perfect for lazy cats who like to catch the sun rays all day long

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The six-arch portico and marble columns from the 10th century Romanesque church

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Queralbs clings to the side of the mountain

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Situated in the Pyrenees to the north of Ribes de Freser, near the peaks of Puigmal (2,909 m), Infern (2,896 m), and Noufonts (2,864 m)

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The church bells echo throughout the village - ding, dang, dong

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Abundant pretty pink climbing roses are perfect for these stone walls

How to get here

Queralbs is 2 hours north of Barcelona. We took a private shuttle that brought us here. All for the purpose of venturing farther north in the Pyrenees to go hiking. Queralbs is the last stop that you can drive to offering close proximity to skiing in the winter and hiking in the summer. 

It’s from the Queralbs train station, that it takes you up a further incline of over 1,000 meters (or 3,200 ft) through unspoiled mountain landscape views to your final destination of Vall de Núria

Where to stay

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Additional Information:

  • Standalone house
  • Perfect for large group stays
  • 4 bedrooms (up to 8 guests)
  • 3.5 bathrooms
  • Features kitchen, dining room, lounge area with fireplace
  • Terrace with a view

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Additional Information:

  • Condo
  • Perfect for a couple
  • 2 bedrooms (3-4 guests)
  • 1 bathroom
  • Features a common room with kitchen, dining, sofa with fireplace
  • Offers private terrace at the street level

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As a holidaymaker…

Stop, and explore this charming mountain village. You are immediately awe-struck by the serene picturesque views that every stone chalet enjoys. A perfect hidden gem if you ask me!

26 Comments

  • Joanne

    We visited Spain a few years ago. I miss it so much. We’ll definitely return. We didn’t visit Queralbs. I actually had never heard of it before but its definitely on our list for the next visit. Its stunningly beautiful. Your photos are amazing.

    • The.Holidaymaker

      Thank you for your comment Joanne. If you enjoy hiking, and wanting to get out of the busy city of Barcelona, then I highly recommend it.

  • Emma Riggs

    I absolutely adore the stone buildings that make up the village. Especially with the wooden doors and verandahs. My favourite is number 10!

    • The.Holidaymaker

      Thank you Emma, I really like #10 too! With the door slightly ajar, it makes me feel like someone is inviting me in.

  • Candy

    These photos definitely inspire me to visit! I love visiting quaint towns like this as they have so much character. The houses that are made of local stone and wood are so beautiful.

    • The.Holidaymaker

      Thank you Candy for your comment. Every building and alleyways are made out of this local stone and wood. It’s so complimentary to the lush green mountains as it’s backdrop.

  • Mei and Kerstin

    We’ve never heard of Queralbs, although we’ve been to Spain many times. So we definitely need to return to Barcelona, and make that little trip to visit this lovely village in the mountains! All the photos are truly inspiring, but our favorite one is the first one. Let’s hope we’ll get to travel again soon!

    • The.Holidaymaker

      Thank you for your kind words. I like the first one too. Hopefully you might be able to add this to you itinerary when you travel again.

  • Maggie

    What a beautiful, picturesque town! Tiny mountain villages like this are my favorite. Whenever I finally visit Barcelona, I’d love to make a day trip here!

    • The.Holidaymaker

      Thank you Maggie for your comment. If you like mountain villages, then this just might be one you will have to visit.

  • Brooklyn

    Yup, I’m definitely inspired! Spain looks like such a wonderful country, full of history and beautiful architecture.
    These photos are all beautiful!

  • Emma

    I had no idea about this place when I was in Barcelona or I would have planned to visit. Such a lovely picturesque place. I love the small winding streets and gorgeous buildings

  • Gus Feliciano

    Love the photos! Hard to pick one but #9 definitely hit home for me. Love small quaint towns that hold so much history in them.

    Great idea to describe a place with photos like this!

  • Sarah

    What lovely photos! I already wanted to visit just from photo number 1 so the rest were just a bonus (well, the cat photos definitely did help a lot too because cats are great)

    Next time I go to Barcelona, I’ll definitely have to add it to my must-visit list!

    • The.Holidaymaker

      Thanks for stopping by Sarah, and appreciate the kind comment. Believe it or not, that cat followed us around the village. If you look close, he is featured in a couple of photos.

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