The afternoon will be reserved for the Vall de Boí Romanesque, which features on the UNESCO World Heritage list. These small temples, including eight churches and a charming chapel, connect us to the Middle Ages, when Romanesque art was an expression of faith. We will visit the church of Sant Climent de Taüll, where we will gaze at the famous Christ in Majesty, which looks as if it were painted yesterday thanks to the use of video mapping. It’s a moving experience to see how the interior may have originally looked. Sant Climent will pique our appetite for more Romanesque art, so we’ll head to the church of Santa Eulàlia, with its slender Lombard tower, and to the chapel of Sant Quirc de Durro, where sunset offers cascading pink tones over the Pyrenean peaks.