Albergue Anna Maria Janer is set in a stunning location, surrounded by forests and offering impressive views of the mountains. Is it French? Or is it Spanish? Strictly speaking the town of Llívia is actually part of France but has been considered a Spanish enclave since 1659. The hostel – in a lodge type building – is especially well-suited for those looking for an action-packed getaway. Close to the hostel are many facilities for the active traveller including ski slopes in the winter, a swimming pool, a sports centre and a grass football pitch, all within a moments’ walk of the front door. Music lovers flock here for the local Music Festival which has been taking place annually since 1982 and is held in the magnificent Church of Our Lady of the Angels.Another attraction is the Pharmacy Museum which has been open since 1594 and is considered the most ancient pharmacy in Europe. And for those looking for a bit of history don’t miss Llívia’s castle.