Aragon Things to Do

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Aragon Things to Do

  • Camino de Santiago - The Aragón Road

    Via de Arles continues from Oloron Sainte Marie (France) to pass Somport (1640 m) where starts the Spanish Aragón tram of the St James pilgrimage road to Santiago de Compostela. The Aragón Road (Camino Aragonés) is only 170 km long. It starts, as already mentioned, in Somport and it ends, or better said, it joins the Royal French Road in Puente la...

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  • Ponder on the Horrors of War in Belchite

    Belchite used to be a splendid mudéjar town, crammed with monumental churches and heralded residences. Between August and September 1937, one of the cruellest battles in the Spanish Civil War happened to be fought there resulting in more than 6000 civilian casualties and the almost total destruction of the town and its stunning artistic legacy....

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  • The Ebro river

    The river Ebro has the most important debit of all Spanish rivers. It is also the longest of all the rivers that run exclusively across Spanish territory. Although it has its source in the mountains of Cantabria, and despite being shared by other five Autonomous Communities in Spain, it is Aragon that has developed a stronger link with the river....

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  • Witness the Rebirth of Saragossa

    Several Spanish cities, like Bilbao or Valencia, have successfully used the architecture-spectacle formula to get out of their ostracism and become relevant players in the global scene. Now, Zaragoza is also attempting (somewhat more modestly than its predecessors, though) to get the world's attention with cutting-edge contemporary architecture and...

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  • Fanlo Village

    Fanlo has preserved its traditional Pyrenean character. Several nobles' houses remain, which have a round fortified tower with battlements, and an impressive defence tower - give Fanlo a majestic look.In the Gothic church of the village we can see a polychrome altarpiece from the 17th century.

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  • The Jiloca Valley

    The mudéjar style is almost omnipresent in the whole of Aragón, but one of the areas with a highest concentrations of monuments in this style is the Jiloca river Valley. In this area, famous also for the quality of its fruits, you can visit interesting towns, like Maluenda, Paracuellos de Jiloca or Fuentes de Jiloca, pictured here.

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  • The Stone Monastery

    When you drive into the Monastery of Stone, near Nuévalos, you can only think that all those cascades and waterfalls, creeks and lakes in the middle of a dry scrub land can only be the result of a miracle. The only divine intervention, though, is the existence of a monastery that provides accomodation for the travelers in search of scenic areas.

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  • Huesca

    The biggest drag for visitors in the capital of the Northernmost province of Arag?n is its magnificient Romanesque cathedral, one of the oldest in Spain (pictured here).

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  • PROVINCE OF HUESCA

    The natural beauty of the Pyrenees and the Prepyrenean ranges, the excellent offer in winter and adventure sports have put the Northern province of Aragon into the map of tourism, at least as regards Spain and Southern France.This picture shows one of the many scenic waterfalls in the Ordesa Valley.

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  • PROVINCE OF TERUEL

    Rugged, broad, harsh, empty...All these and any other adjective that refers to inifinity or spirtuality would fit into a description of the province of Teruel, whose aging population struggles to survive and to keep arts of life that have existed for centuries but that cannot cope with the XXI century way of life.In this mountainous southernmost...

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  • L'Ainsa

    The hilltop old town of L'Ainsa is a quintessencial Medieval mountain town, filled with robust stone buildings that embrace a picture-perfect arcaded square.L'Ainsa is the capital of the Sobrarbe region, the craddle of the former Kingdom of Aragon, and a perfect base for exploring the central Pyrenees, including the National Park Ordesa and Lost...

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  • Fountain-of-All

    Fountain-of-All or Fuendetodos would be another unknown place in the barren plains south of the Ebro if it were not for the fact that Francis of Goya and Lucientes, one of the masters of the XIX century painting, was born here.His birthplace has been restored and turned into a museum that recreates the appearance that the house would have had when...

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  • Calatayud

    Calatayud, part of the Saragossa province, is the fourth city in Arag?n, and capital of a rich agricultural region. It is noted in particular for its emblematic mudejar towers, often considered as one of the summits of this artistic expression. This picture shows the towers of Saint Andrew and Saint Mary seen from the ruins of the Arab fortress.

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  • PROVINCE OF SARAGOSSA

    Although the first thing that pops up in your mind when you think of the province of Saragossa is the river Ebro, its fertile banks and the dessert-like, wind-swept valley through which it flows, this large province reaches as far North as the pre-Pyrenean ranges and presents a significant number of varied faces.Apart from the regional capital,...

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  • Torla

    Torla is the gateway to the Ordesa National Park. During the high season, private cars must be left at its parking lot and take there a shuttle to the park entrance.The picturesque church of Torla and the high mountains in the background make one of the most photogenic corners in Aragon.

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  • National Park Ordesa and Lost Mountain

    The National Park of the Ordesa Valley and the Lost Mountain was the second to be declared in Spain and it protects some of the most scenic areas in the Pyrenees.Hiking possibilities are unlimited, but certain routes require a good equipment and mountain knowledgement, as casualties among unprepared hikers are unfortunately not uncommon.This is a...

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  • Albarracín

    The little town of Albarrac?n is located in the Universal Mounts, at 1170 m over the sea level. Fantastic vistas, scenes from rural Aragon, an honest gastronomy and beautiful surroundings are at your disposal in Albarrac?n.You can see more pictures in my Albarrac?n page.

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  • Teruel

    "Teruel exists". That is of the motto of a citizens' platform that trys to attire the public opinion's attention to the fact that the province of Teruel has been relegated because of the lack of public investment and infrastructures to a situation of constant populational regression.It is in fact one of the largest provinces in Spain by surface,...

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Aragon Hotels

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  • Hotel Sauce

    The hotel: don’t let discourage you by a quite anonymous entrance hall, this hotel is a very nice...

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  • La Alqueria

    Plaza Mayor 9 Rafales, Teruel, 44589, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Calle del Desengano

    Large family town house once used by the cannons of the catholic church untill the time of Elizabeth...

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  • Hotel Dona Blanca

    Calle C/ Llano Arrabal, 10, Albarracin, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Chalet Puigdefabregas

    Pico Collarada 59, Jaca, 22700, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Araguells

    Los Tilos 1, Benasque, 22440, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 2 out of 5 stars

  • Villa de Sallent

    Avenida Los Pirineos, Urbanizacion Formigal, Sallent de Gallego - Formigal, 22640, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

  • Los Siete Reyes

    Plaza Mayor 27, Ainsa, 22330, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Roc Blanc

    Plaza Coprinceps 5, Les Escaldes, 700, Andorra

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

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