Huesca is the vital centre of a privileged county. From the subdesert areas of Los Monegros up to the peaks of the Pyrenees , Huesca offers visitors an excellent combination of peaceful and more active tourism. Its region forms an open space, with many more new things to offer.
Its beauty and multiple possibilities offer perfect rotation between a relaxing stay and active sports leisure time.
Huesca has unique places, urban buildings, nearby villages, artistic and natural heritage. Huesca is the emotion of lively nature.
Huesca is surrounded by a network of paths where one can go trekking, cycling or horse riding to hermitages such as San Jorge, Salas, Cillas, Jara, Santa Lucía, Loreto, fountains, reservoirs or Montearagón Castle.
In the Hoya region, always less than 30 minutes away, Loarre Castle is the best preserved Romanesque fortress in Europe. Mallos de Riglos and Agüero, Casbas Monastery and an infinite number of picturesque villages and history surround a city situated in the middle of the countryside.
Playing golf in Arascués-Nueno, flying by small plane in Monflorite, going windsurfing in Arguis or Tormos, canoeing or rafting down on the Gállego River, bungee jumping, horse-riding in Huesca, climbing in Vadiello, paragliding, canyoning in Parque Natural de la Sierra y Cañones de Guara: anything is possible in Huesca.
Just one hour away from Huesca, the Pyrenees invite us to discover breathtaking landscapes, large forests, Pyrenean lakes, peaks more than 3000 metres high. In winterit is possible to do winter sports in the modern resorts like Formigal, Panticosa, Astún, Candanchú or Cerler. It is worth mentioning magnificent natural spots such as Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perdido, the valleys of Ansó y Hecho, Aragón, Tena and Benasque, the Sierra de Guara, the art of Serrablo, Sobrarbe, Ribagorza and the hidden jewel of Los Monegros.