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In our house we will provide you with the information you need to do activities in our area and surroundings.

Don´t forget to visit the Monastery of St. Victorián, very close to the village, from where the reconquest of the kingdom of Sobrarbe started. It has recently been restored and offers you a guided visitor service. Linked to the history of this monastery are the Fuensanta and Espelunga hermitages.

An interesting signposted route is the one of the Birds of Prey, to admire these birds, an activity that can be done both hiking and mountain biking.

The most important trekking route is the ascent to the Peña Montañesa, 2291 metres high, a spectacular viewpoint of the central Pyrenees. This route is complemented by the GR-19 trail network of the Sobarbe Region.

For the most adventurous, the walls of the Peña Montañesa are well-known for climbing.

Zero-Zone: these are especially signposted mountain bike routes, with specific panels and signs for this sport all around the village.

Close to our village you will find a wide number of possibilities:

  • Casa DuesoThe medieval village of Aínsa is only 4 kilometres away.
  • Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, with the entrances to the valleys of Añisclo and Pineta.
  • In the same direction you can visit the Gistaín or Bal Chistau valley and go to France through the tunnel of Bielsa-Aragnouet. Gistaín Valley is part of Posets-Maladeta Natural Park.
  • Following the N -260 through Broto you have the valleys of Ordesa and Bujaruelo.
  • You can also visit Guara Mountain Chain and Canyons Natural Park.
  • Visit the museums and cultural heritage routes in the region, some of them have guided visits during the holiday season.
  • Pyrenees Geopark Route: Our establishment is a collaborating entity.


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