Bielsa Travel Guide

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Bielsa Hotels

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  • Bielsa

    Ctra France s/n, 22350 Bielsa, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Parador

    So this is how it goes: 1. You arrive and your breath is taken away by the setting 2. You sit on the...

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  • Hotel Camping Bielsa

    Carretera de Pineta a Bielsa Pineta, 22350, Bielsa, E-22350, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Matazueras

    Plaza Mayor s/n, Bielsa, 22350, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

Bielsa Off The Beaten Path

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    by duncanlbrown Updated Oct 20, 2005

    Driving up this valley, you think you are going to get to a dead end any minute. But suddenly you appear in a beautiful green open space. Lunch at San Juan de Plan - there are 3 or 4 places all serving great food. Go up to the top at Gistain - the men of this village once held a festival looking for wives (it was successful). I guess nowadays you would look on Ebay! Then back down to Plan, a cracking wee chuch and a moody view over the cemetery. Good afternoon out - you need a decent car coz the roads are brillant / scary depending on your point of view.

    Plan to be in Plan on Plan
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    by duncanlbrown Updated Oct 20, 2005

    The Hermitage trail - starts from Tella, is about 30 mins of walking on good paths around a series of Ermitas - litttle chapels on the hillside. Very good views, interesting visitors' books and a very pleasant stroll to wind down if you've just been up the high Pyrenees.

    On the Camino de Ermita
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    by duncanlbrown Updated Oct 20, 2005

    Tella is another village up in the Pyrenees - turn off the road between Ainsa and Bielsa at the "Dolmen de Tella" sign and follow it up the tortuous mountain road. The dolmen itself is a bit disappointing, if you've seen dolmens in Brittany or Cornwall you might even miss this one!

    Up in Tella there are fantastic views of the mountains, a church which is the start of the Ermita trail (well worth the 30 minutes walk) and a visitors centre. And a fizzy drink dispenser!

    Tella's church
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