In the heart of Bòssia River valley, one of the most virgins of the Pyrenees, at the bottom of the extaordinary mountains of Llevata, whose peak is the Pica de Cerví (2.753 m height), we find the village of Les Esglésies, surrounded by the Bòssia River and the Sentís Ravine. This is a very charming countryside in the middle of a beautiful environment where you will find the typical peacefulness of a Pyrenees' village.

Casa Batlle is the most ancient house of Les Esglésies village, and her origin dates from XVIth century about, when two brothers coming from a castle, named Castell Germà and placed over a huge rock, with the old village at the bottom named Perpinyà (whose ruins we can yet visit), decide to move in search of better and rich soil, founding the present-day village of Les Esglésies.

Picture gallery from the House's surroundings

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