Fun for all the family in Aragon
Aragon is a great region for enjoying outdoor activities, among many other things. Who doesn’t want to explore wildlife, nature and history through fun? Its three provinces, Huesca, Zaragoza, and Teruel, are full of unique spaces for entertainment, with good times guaranteed for children and adults alike.
Here are a few of the most notable leisure spaces in this region of north-east Spain. Have a look and see which of these parks could be the starting point of your Aragonese adventure. Are you in?
Hundred-year-old trees, lakes and waterfalls, picturesque scenes… You’ll want to stay forever in this natural wonder, where you can also see falconry displays with , vultures, owls, eagles and falcons.
A park centred on respect for a valuable natural resource - water. Once part of Zaragoza’s international Expo 2008, it now offers rafting, hydrospeed, and sit-on-top kayaks, a golf course, and a relaxing spa.Image courtesy of: Parque del Agua
What better setting for an exciting day than this adrenaline boosting park, with over 30 rides for young and old!
Virtual reality, life-size replicas, and lots of fun while you learn all about the dinosaurs that ruled the earth millions of years ago.Image courtesy of: Ayuntamiento de Teruel
Escucha mining museum
Would you dare go where the miners used to go, 200 metres deep?Image courtesy of: Museo Minero de Escucha
If you want the experience of sharing the habitat of more than ten wild animal species living in semi-captivity, this is your biopark!Image courtesy of: Parque Faunístico de los Pirineos
San Juan de la Peña
Don’t miss this amazing gem of medieval architecture, embedded in a mountainside in the Pyrenees, and its visitors’ centre.Image courtesy of: Turismo de Aragón
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