Exposed to the sunlight, Aquiró’s main square is a wonderful viewpoint of the valley and hosts Sant Joan Baptista’s church, with its flat-roofed bell tower. The square is also the starting point of the main street, which is very steep, following the mountain’s line, and is flanked by the village’s houses. This is the only town that belongs to Lleida’s bishopric.
If you follow the path that leads to Coll d’Oli, you will find the Virgin of the Coll as well as Les Ausades’ canyon, where you will discover a unique carnivore plant: the water violet. The route goes on until Coll d’Oli, which connects to Manyanet’s valley.