Mirador del Rey viewing point in the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park

We propose a getaway to the most beautiful natural spaces of Aragón


Crossed by the Ebro River and crowned by the Pyrenees mountains, Aragón is a land of contrasts. Wide valleys, lush forests, unique deserts and impressive mountains. Explore this destination full of nature where you can really unwind. Enjoy these five natural wonders of Aragón.

Start with Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park

In Ordesa, a World Heritage site, a vast valley awaits you. Canyons, like Añisclo. Gorges, like Escuaín. And hiking routes that take you past cooling waterfalls like the Cola de Caballo.You can go canyoning, mountaineering and hiking through the Brecha de Rolando. As far as the French border, at 2800 metres above sea level. A region with over 1400 wild plant species. And one of Spain’s oldest National Parks.

Sunset in Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park

Explore the Mequinenza Reservoir (the “Sea of Aragón”) and its 500 kilometres of fresh water

You can learn to fish, do water sports and relax like never before. The River Ebro reservoir invites you to enjoy yourself. Explore its shores on foot or by bike. Discover its waters as they flow from Aragón to Catalonia, rich in species like the freshwater blenny. Get ready to explore some unique Mediterranean forests.

Mequinenza Nature Reserve, River Ebro and Sea of Aragón

Discover the Ibón de Estanés lake, a secret that will leave you awestruck

At the top of the Pyrenees, surrounded by mountains and nestled among the valleys, you will find small mountain lakes, known as ibones. Surrounded by mountain ranges and nestled in valleys.Located on the French border, in the municipality of Ansó, the Estanés lake is considered a site of pure natural beauty.  As soon as you arrive, you will be amazed by all the small herds of cows and horses that are peacefully lying around. You will also be blown away by its famous crystal clear waters, green meadows and mountain peaks. The secret is that it was formed between glaciers.

Woman at a Pyrenean ibon

Discover the Gallocanta lagoon, a paradise for cranes

Recognised as the largest natural lagoon in the whole of Spain, the Gallocanta lagoon is a Wetland of International Importance.In just six square kilometres you can enjoy a fully sustainable form of tourism, with guided tours to watch the migrating birds arrive and explore one of the most unique ecosystems in Europe.

Cranes on Gallocanta lagoon, Aragón

End the tour in style with the Posets-Maladeta Natural Park

With peaks of over 1,800 metres, it’s like climbing straight to heaven. Here you'll discover legendary glaciers like the Aneto, part of the Pyrenean Glaciers Natural Monument.In winter, you can explore impressive trails covered in snow, whether on skis or snowshoes. And in summer you will see herds of cattle and mountain pastures, a perfect combination of nature and rural tradition. Forget your worries and enjoy a stay in a mountain retreat. Grab your backpack and get away. The Pyrenees of Aragón await you.

Wetlands on the path to Mount Aneto in the Aragonese Pyrenees
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