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How to arrive

The principal road to go to Tremp is the C-13, which is the most important of the region and crosses from the North to the South following the river Noguera Pallaresa. However, the access to the majority of towns is through the C-1311, the road that goes from Tremp to Pont de Montanyana.

Moreover, the road C-13 connects with the Pyrenean axis. There is the road N-260 which goes from Andorra to Vall d’Aran, and the sub- Pyrenean axis that connects the river Segre’s axis (C-14) in Boixols, passing near Tremp through the road N-230, with Aragon.

Tremp is an important urban area with different ways of communication. The administrations made several inversions in the last years to improve the communication of Tremp with other urban centres. Tremp is the neuralgic centre of the Pyrenean communications; for example one can find the roads C-13, C-1412, N-260, C-1311, C-1412 and L-511.



Axis North-South

C - 13

Lleida - Balaguer - Tremp - La Pobla - Vielha



Lleida (1 hour)



Barcelona (2,15 hours)


C - 1412

Tremp - Artesa de Segre - Barcelona



Barcelona (2, 15 hours)

Pyrenean axis

N - 260

Puigcerdà - La Seu d’Urgell - Tremp - Pont de Suert - Vielha

Sub-Pyrenean axis

L -  511

Organyà - Coll de Nargó - Tremp


C - 1412

Isona - Tremp


C – 1311

Tremp - Pont de Montanyana - Barbastre

Tremp - Pont de Montanyana – (N-230)Vielha




There are two types of public transport: the visitor can take the bus with the company Alsa or the train, which goes from Lleida to la Pobla de Segur, and it has two stations in the municipality, one is in Tremp and the other is between the towns of Palau and Puigcercós. Moreover, there is a taxi service.



Tremp also has a heliport with a vehicle which works as a sanitary and emergency transport.


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