This is the last Spanish village in the N-230 road before reaching the border of France. At Pònt de Rei, there are thermal waters that have healing properties for the skin; they are used in the Spa ‘Termas de la Baronia de Les’. In addition, the village is a place for ecological production of one of the most valued caviars of the world, Nacarii Caviar, which comes from sturgeon. Moreover, Les has one of the best conserved Romanesque chapels of the Valley, Saint Blai, and its inhabitants keep alive one of the oldest traditions in the area: the Haro Burning. It takes place during the 23rd June at night, when the Haro burns while the musicians are playing traditional accordions.