Selva de Oza, Aragón
Beautiful Selva de Oza is situated in the Hecho valley, the most westerly part of the Aragonese Pyrenees. It forms part of the Valles Occidentales Natural Park and is notable for its fir and beech forests. The car park here is the starting point for various hiking routes. One of the best known goes to the valley of Aguas Tuertas. The high mountain scenery features the river Aragón Subordán and cattle grazing in meadows. Another slightly more demanding route leads to Ibón de Estanés, a mountain lake. In this area you will find a series of dolmens and even a Roman road. It’s the ideal spot for a family day out in the mountains. And in the afternoon, if you have time, visit Ansó, considered one of the most beautiful villages in Spain.