Organyà is a small town in the Alt Urgell region, with a population of about 800 residents. The municipal district of ​​Organyà, with an area of 11,54 km2, is on the riverbank of the same name, between the Tresponts gorge, to the north, and the Espia bridge, to the south, where the Nargó’s riverbank begins. To the east, the district limits with the river Segre and to the west with the mountain of Santa Fe (1.207 m), which dominates the town.

In the village we can visit Santa Maria’s Church, go down the narrow and full of history streets of the historic quarter or discover Organyà’s Homilies, one of the oldest literary texts written in catalan language.

Apart from its proximity to La Seu d’Urgell and Andorra, Organyà is a good starting point for make routes such as Santa Fe, Dolmens or Font Bordonera; visit neighboring villages like Fígols, Cabó or Montanissell or do adventure sports, like climbing or paragliding from the Cogulló mountain, to the north of the municipal district.