The villages of Sobrarbe

The villages of Sobrarbe

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Escalona and the municipality of Puértolas

Escalona and the municipality of Puértolas

Escalona is the largest village in the municipality of Puértolas. Its location is of great significance as being at the ...
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Tierrantona and the valley of La Fueva

Tierrantona and the valley of La Fueva

One of Sobrarbe’s unknown valleys. You’ll find some real heritage gems, especially Romanesque, in this peaceful setting with its beautiful ...
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Broto and its valley

Broto and its valley

The impressive Mondarruego view point sits alongside the River Ara at the entrance to the Valley of Ordesa with the ...
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Abizanda and its surroundings

Abizanda and its surroundings

 Abizanda is a beautiful medieval village, known as much for its architectural heritage as its geographical situation. You can visit its ...
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La Solana

La Solana

La Solana is possibly the most concentrated area of abandoned villages in the whole of Spain. It sits above the ...
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Aínsa

Aínsa

Aínsa, with its historic quarter and its strategic position above the confluence of the Rivers Ara and Cinca, is the ...
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Tella

Tella

With its mysterious traditions and legends, Tella sits at 1350 mts on the slopes of Monte Perdido and Tres Sorores ...
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Labuerda and San Vicente de Labuerda

Labuerda and San Vicente de Labuerda

Following the River Cinca north, you’ll come across Labuerda, a small but active village just a few kilometres from Ainsa ...
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Torla

Torla

Torla, a beautifully preserved village, is the main access point to the Valley of Ordesa.It’s in the north east of ...
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Bielsa

Bielsa

Where the Rivers Cinca and Barrosa meet, and just a stone’s throw from the French border is Bielsa, one of ...
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Boltaña

Boltaña

"Territorium Boletanum" (Beautiful land) as the Romans called it, was throughout history a strategic base from which the River Ara ...
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