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A great deal of value is added to all of our properties by the proximity of large areas of protected territory and National Parks:

Ordesa-Monte Perdido National Park, World Heritage Site
Posets-Maladeta National Park
The Guara Mountains and Canyons National Park
Biosphere Reserve of the upper Ara Valley 
Sites of Community Interest ( LICS )
Special Protection Areas for birds ( ZEPAS )

In all these places there are numerous easily accessible areas, with routes suitable for any age and level of physical fitness and a great variety of geology, flora and fauna. 

History and Art: 
This is one of the most varied regions in Spain:Romanesque churches and chapel trails;  Defensive towers and medieval castle trails;  The historical site of Aínsa, with its magnificent  Medieval Sqaure, Museums, Chapels and Sanctuaries…The climate of the southern slopes of the Pyrenees is moderate with a mild spring and autumn and generally sunny winters. Despite the proximity of the snowy peaks and thanks to its reduced altitude, the average temperatures in the county of  Aínsa-Sobrarbe are mild: 12 º C in April and October, 4 º C in January and 22 º C in July

 Medical Centre, Red Cross centre, Guardia Civil for Traffic, Rescue and Civil Protection, Tourist Information Centres, sports centre, swimming pools, tennis courts, garages, shops and various restaurants ... Customs and Traditions: The Pyrenees, isolated until recent years, retain a great cultural wealth: migration and traditional labor, gastronomy, seasonal rites and festivals, cattle fairs, carnivals, The Morisma, ...

 River bathing, hiking, horse riding, cycling, hunting, fishing, mycology, microlights, alpine and cross country skiing, canoeing, rafting, whitewater kayaking, canyoning, various journeys and excursions. Several companies and specialized guides are available