Aran Valley. Gausac - Casau - Vielha
It is an easy circular route that has a vertical drop of 120 m. More or less is done in 1 hour, 40 minutes.
Gausac is a village near Viella that is framed in a beautiful natural passage backed by the majestic mountain of Baricauba . Worth visiting in Gausac Gothic church dedicated to the patron of the town, San Martin. Within the Church we have a lovely pile of painted wood deck Baptism and has its origins in the eighteenth century . Once you visit the temple , we climbed Major Street and came to a beautiful place to rest , the source of Sta Maria . From this place we continued our way down the street from Porter and GR following signals reached a level with a beautiful view where you can see some marked trails . From there headed our steps to the village of Casau 'll get to in just 20 minutes.
Casau interest has a lovely striking church tower, the church of Sant Andreu in which sacred art lovers will appreciate an important example of this art . Then we continued our way across the road . On the way we see the typical Aranese houses landscaped mountain Val d' Aran and when we got to the ravine des Comes, some ruins are soon to appear. This is an old old buildings interlock called Sant Peir . It is of importance to note that in that enclave settled the first hospital of Val d' Aran . Very near the Parador is national and source called Liberty.
Once past Sant Peir , descend down a path to and from said population Vielha take the back road that will take us back to Gausac.