Found in the region of La Baixa Cerdanya and being Bellver its main village, this municipality comprises several villages and isolated farmhouses. This village offers a great varied landscape, which goes from the plains close to the typical grass lawns where cows and horses graze, and then to the Segre river to the high mountain areas of the Pirineu Axial (the Axial zone of the Pyrenees). The mountain range of El Cadí and the landscape diversity that accompanies it is an emblem for both the inhabitants of the village and the tourists. Actually, the Spanish poet Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer spent some months in Bellver de Cerdanya, being its landscapes and local legends his sources of inspiration. In terms of architecture, we must highlight the Romanesque church of Santa Maria de Talló, also known as the “Cathedra of La Cerdanya” and which is very well preserved. In 1933, the church was declared “cultural good of national interest” (a category of the Spanish heritage register).