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It's always a pleasure to visit these lands which saw the birth of the renowned painter Francisco de Goya, where enticements include skiing in its famous ski resorts and sampling the typical gastronomy of this region.
If you’re a culture lover, you’ll be able to visit monasteries, castles, the various examples of Mudejar architecture with the UNESCO World Heritage designation, and monuments such as the Basilica of Nuestra Señora del Pilar. What's more, this area of Spain also lies on the famous pilgrim route known as the Way of Saint James.
It is located in central Spain, in the south of the Aragon region. The province is home to notable examples of Mudejar architecture, particularly in the city of Teruel, the capital of the province.…Read more
Located in the region of Aragon in the northeast of the interior of Spain. The province is traversed by the Ebro river, and thus has a very diverse landscape with particularly attractive spaces such as…Read more
It is also perfect for adventure sports in spring and autumn. The province of Huesca also has a range of other outstanding natural attractions such as the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, declared…Read more
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Not just the Pyrenees - the natural beauty of Aragón will take your breath away
Here you will find a region that lives and breathes nature. National parks, natural parks, nature reserves, protected landscapes, and national monuments make up…Read more
Discover the Aragonese Pyrenees – without the snow
Some of the highest mountains in Europe are to be found here, with more than 180 reaching over 3,000 metres and creating a series of stunning landscapes that’ll…Read more