The district is located between the Plana de Lleida and the Pyrenees, and is characterised by large contrasts, from Mediterranean landscapes to high-altitude mountain landscapes.
These landscapes have preserved the footprints of its past for millions of years up to the present day: the legacy of dinosaurs, funeral rituals through megalithic graves, the arrival of the Romans and their expansion, the heritage of castles, Romanesque churches and Medieval viles closes when Pallars Jussà was border land can be seen. But Pallars Jussà is also tradition and memory, where ancestral traditions are still celebrated today, such as the bajadas de Fallas, the bajada de los Raiers in the Noguera Pallaresa, and livestock fairs are organised, which were so important in the past.
Gastronomy is another display of this tradition, with some products that have preserved the best of the past and have been innovated to adapt to new times.
Landscapes where the stones talk to us and water is one of the protagonists, accompanied by a large part of the district and giving us some excellent postcards with its reservoirs, lakes and rivers. This generosity of water transformed the district and today we can see its entire hydroelectric heritage.