Hiking routes in Huesca and natural tourist attractions
Looking for hiking trails in an idyllic landscape? Perhaps you haven’t heard of the Selva de Oza, a lush forest in the foothills of the Pyrenees.
The Tena Valley is one of the most diverse in the Pyrenees. That’s why there’s so much to see in its beautiful villages and natural landscapes.
They have become one of the most daring and scenic trails in the whole of Spain. Overcome your fear and dare to do it!
Located between the provinces of Lleida and Huesca, it is a spectacular ravine created by the Noguera Ribagorçana river in a spectacular setting.
Charming villages, wonders of nature, unique traditions, an ancient culture… The Selva de Oza and the whole of the Hecho Valley await you!
This deep gorge, sculpted over centuries by the water of the Bellós river, is located in the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park.
There is a place that combines all the beauty and vastness of the Pyrenees. That place is the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park.
Unique wolves, lynxes, bears and horses and 11 more species of wild animals live at Lacuniacha, an ideal biopark to visit with the family. Will you join us?
Ibones, waterfalls, unspoiled valleys and imposing peaks are some of the main attractions of the Posets-Maladeta Natural Park. Find out what this magical place has to offer.
Ideas and plans to make the most of your visit to Guara Sierra. Hiking, ravines, picturesque villages and much more.