Things to see in Huesca
What to see in the Tena Valley, from the river to the endless snow
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.
San Juan de la Peña (St John of the Rock), the Royal Vault of the Kingdom of Aragón
The Monastery of San Juan de la Peña, nestling below a rock is one of the historic symbols of the Kingdom of Aragon. It was also a place of burial for many of its kings.
Fall in love with the most beautiful villages in Huesca
Aínsa, Alquézar, Benasque, Montañana, Sallent de Gállego… Discover the most beautiful villages in Huesca. Plan your visit and don’t miss a single one!
Huesca Cathedral: stone-carved Gothic architecture in its purest form
This Gothic temple, built in the late 13th century on the site of a former mosque, currently houses one of the largest collections of sacred art in Aragón.
Shrine of Torreciudad: an Aragonese pilgrimage site
Discover one of the Marian pilgrimage sites, which are located on both sides of the Pyrenees. A sanctuary on the shores of a reservoir.
The essential villages of the Aragonese Pyrenees
Aínsa, Ansó, Alquézar, Panticosa, Torla, Benasque, Hecho, Broto, Lanuza… Discover the towns you can’t miss on your trip to the Aragonese Pyrenees.
The Wall of Finestres: a piece of China in Huesca
We visit the Finestres Wall of ‘China’, a spectacular geological formation in a dramatic setting which has many secrets.