Lliber is situated beside the river Xaló in the shelter of the Muntanyeta.
Enjoy a stroll down the old charming streets and take in the beautiful surroundings of this untouched Spanish village. Its traditional houses preserve their natural stone facades, their old wooden doors and the enchantment and beauty of the vernacular architecture of the area, closely tied to the country and country life.
Once there, and from the neoclassic style Church of Sant Cosme i Sant Damià, it’s worth walking as far as El Calvario and take in the magnificent views over La Vall. An agrarian landscape in keeping with the area’s traditional products: grapes, raisins, mistella and wine, which depending on the time of year will paint the land with shades of red, green or yellow.
For centuries mistela wine (a liqueur or sweet wine for desserts), raisins and embutido (spiced sausages) have been produced in Llíber. Additionally the town is known for its repostería (traditional pastries), known recipes are: pastelitos the boniato (pastry of sweet potato), coca maría (cake) pan quemado (kind of bread) and almendrados (almond biscuits).