La Cueva de las Encantadas
It is located on top of the mountain that overlooks Ansovell, between the Roca de Corb and the Collado de Se, at an altitude of 1400 meters. An expert speleologist can travel more than 200 meters. A cave of mystery and legend: It is said that from the other the side of the valley, perhaps Ansovell, clothes were seen extended at the entrance of the cave, but when someone approached, the clothes disappeared and hanging around the entrance were seen Unknown women - les Encantades.
La Roca Plana
On a path that leaves the church and passes next to the telephone, you arrive at the La Roca Plana, a place where young people meet on warm summer nights.
La Torre del Moro
Located inside the town, it is the only tower that still remains of the walls of the Castle of defense of Toloriu, castle residence of the Grau-Moctezuma that was destroyed in 1794 by the French, allows a view over the valley of the River Segre. It is a round tower facing north. The castle paid tribute to the counts of Cerdeña and defended the entrance to the region together with those of Bar and Aristot, all looking towards the Alto Urgel.
Iglesia de San Jaime
It is the place that hosts the cultural events of the town, was built on the first building of the sixteenth century and in the act of consecration of the cathedral of Urgel of 819 was already mentioned. In the year 1930, Joan Grau de Toloriu (descendant of the homonymous baron of the 16th century) gave the church a golden silver chalice, which is currently kept at the Diocesan Museum of La Seo de Urgel.
María Moctezuma married Joan Grau in this parish church, 3 which appears in the Acts of Consecration of the Cathedral of Urgel. María Xipaguazín Moctezuma died in 1536 and was buried in the same church of San Jaime. However, there are no remains of this tomb.
Ermita del Rosario
In the upper part of the town, on a flat limestone rock is the small hermitage of Roser, built back in 1645 driven by the rector Pere de Cava, in its interior are preserved as old paintings as the same chapel with representation of the deed of Baron Grau in the lands of Nova Hispania, including Indians and ships with soldiers.