We are truly fortunate to find ourselves right in the Huesca Pyrenees, an area with great variety and richness of landscapes as well as habitats under the protection of national (Ordesa and Monte Perdido) and natural (Posets-Maladeta, Sierra and Cañones de Guara) parks. It is without a doubt a territory to discover nature at its best.
It was founded in 1918 and comprises 15,608 hectares of park territory and almost 20,000 hectares of peripheral land, in which valleys, mountains and nature sites have become the last safe spot for a number of animal and vegetable species. The park’s four areas (Añisclo, Escuaín, Ordesa and Pineta) offer never-ending possibilities in terms of routes and hikes.
With an extension of some 850 sq miles, the Sobrarbe region gathers 19 villages with a rich history, old traditions and amazing landscapes. The appeal of the region is confirmed by the number of people who visit it every year wishing to get the best out of one of the less populated areas in our country. There are many things to be explored and discovered.
Visitors can enjoy a wide range of cultural choices, amongst which the region’s extensive architectural heritage (civil, religious and defensive) deserves a special mention. The region’s wide museum network, its traditional festivals or the beautiful samples of its musical folklore will not disappoint those visitors who expect to find something more than beautiful landscapes and mountain tranquillity.