Casa Mijaran 1 is a traditional Aran-style two-storey house with garden, located in the old quarter of Vielha, in the heart of the capital of the Aran Valley.
With fantastic views of the River Nere, surrounded by mountains, the house is the perfect place for enjoying the Valley from the capital Vielha. It offers the best and largest variety of shops and most traditional bars and restaurants.
Mijaran 1 is distributed over two floors. Access is through a magnificent 80m2 garden (shared with Mijaran III), with complete garden furniture. The dining/living room and a separate, fully equipped modern kitchen are found on the ground floor.
There are three bedrooms on the first floor. The master bedroom features an en-suite bathroom with whirlpool massage tub. There are two more bedrooms on the first floor, each with two single beds. These two bedrooms share a bathroom with shower.
Mijaran 1 offers a private parking place included in the price.
The apartment is close to a number of the valleys most traditional bars and restaurants, in addition to museums such as the Museu Etnológic de Vielha (ethnographic museum) and La Fábrica de la Lana (wool factory), shops, cinema, gym, ice skating rink, etc.
The Baqueira Beret ski resort is 14 km away. The resort can be reached by car or by bus, which stops just 200m from the (website hidden) description:
Vielha, the capital of the Val d’Aran (Pyrenees), is a small town situated at 974 metres above sea level. It has a population of about 4000 inhabitants. Surrounded by over 2000 metres high mountains, Vielha started growing in the valley, where the Garona River meets the Nere River. It borders on the Alto Aran municipality at North and East; on Vilaller, after crossing the over 5 kms. long tunnel of Vielha, at South; and on France (Alta Garona department) and the town of Es Bòrdes at West.
It is one of the main tourist points in the Pyrenees. There are modern facilities all over, including luxurious houses and apartments specially designed for you to enjoy an unforgettable winter holiday.
The new streets and buildings make up an interesting commercial area where the visitor will find all sort of shops. There are stores specializing in adventure, winter and high mountain sports, crafts and typical products from the Val d’Aran and the Pyrenees, first need goods and services, fashion shops, supermarkets and banks. There is also a modern hospital and a large sports centre with swimming pools, ice rink, a gym, etc. The wide avenues found here contrast with the old narrow streets and houses found in the old area of Vielha, where all types of restaurants and bars are gathered.
The Church of Sant Miquel, dedicated to the Saint who was also a prince, forms together with the Town Hall, the Tourist Information Office and the Post Office, the town centre. Inside the Church is possible to see the valuable sculpture of the Cristo de Mijaran.
It is possible to take some very beautiful walks from Vielha, like the Camín Reiau; in one direction towards the Alto Aran, in the other, towards the Medio and Bajo Aran. Just outside Vielha, on the way to France, one can see the ruins of the Mijaran sanctuary and the new church.
The national road N-230 links the town of Vielha and the Valle de Aran with France; going South through the tunnel of Vielha and East through the Bonaigua pass, which often is closed in the winter due to the heavy snowfalls.
But if what you want is go skiing, Vielha is perfect as it is just 15 kms. away from the ski resort of Baqueira Beret, a 15 minute drive along the road C-28.
Other Things to Note
High Season: 6 nights
New Year: 7 nights
* 30 euros extra fee for check-ins after 9.30 pm.
* 100 euros extra fee for check-ins after 11.59 pm.
- Baby Crib and High Chair
- Firewood (18€/2 uses)
* Not allowed:
Parties, Pets, Smoking.
Hi, my name is Juanra, I live in San Sebastian and I've got a degree in Tourism and Enterprises management.
We rent holiday apartments in two different destinations: San Sebastian and Aran Valley (Baqueira ski resort).
I like to share my knowledge with the visitors, advising them about where to eat - the best pintxo bars, restaurants-, what to visit,... so that at the end of the day, you have an unforgettable stay!
Please let me know if you need some tips during your stay!