The afternoon is almost over and even though we are tired from our tour, Salardú awaits us, the grey colors and the setting sun blend the houses and landscape which appears somewhat mysterious.
Salardú is a small maze of streets, alleys, little squares and nooks and crannies that feature three elements: stone, wood and slate. A wise selection of these enable the locals to create true works of art, for example, the church of Sant Andreu, another Romanesque marvel of the Aranese Romanesque. Suddenly buildings such as the city hall in brilliant crimson make the rhythm break.
I as always, recommend forgetting about the car, leave hurrying and haste behind and enjoy strolling through this charming village where suddenly you find one of the most animated squares in the area. It must be that since we came during the ski season, this unique atmosphere.
By the way, from Salardú one can view photogenic views of nearby Unha. To jot down in the agenda, you will be able to find anything you need there because it is next to the main road that tours the Valley, Salardú is an interesting summer vacation spot.