Coll de Nargó is well known for its dinosaur deposit, one of the three most important and promising in the world. In the deposit you can see areas with footprints, fossil plant and animal remains, eggs and dinosaur nests. You can also visit the viewpoint of the Cretaceous, a route through some catwalks to see the history of the passage of time through the evolution of dinosaurs in the area.
During the August there is a descense of “Raiers” (construction of rafts, log vessels, and its waterway conduction downstream) in the river Segre. If you are lover of mushrooms, you will enjoy finding rovellones, mushrooms and all kinds of mushrooms around.