Huesca and the surrounding area form a beautiful open space which offers many opportunities for a relaxing, active or sport-based stay. It is also possible to combine them. You can also enjoy special corners and buildings in the city and in the villages, the architectural and natural heritage, the unique yet diverse lie of the land and the emotion of living nature.
In the Hoya de Huesca, less than thirty minutes away, there is Loarre castle, the best preserved Romanesque fortress in Europe, the Mallos de Riglos y Agüero and an endless number of enchanting historical villages.
Everything is possible in Huesca – you can play golf in Arascués-Nueno, go gliding or fly a small plane in Huesca-Pirineos, go windsurfing in Arguis and Tormos, canoe down the river or go rafting in the Gállego, go bungy-jumping, go horseriding in Huesca, or even ride a camel in Tardienta, go climbing in Vadiello, go paragliding, descend ravines in Huesca Natural Park.
Finally, the ski resorts of Formigal, Panticosa, Astún, Candanchú and Cerler are little over an hour’s drive away. So is the historical and natural wealth of the area of the former Kingdom of Aragon, in which you can visit Ordesa National Park, the Valley of Ansó and Hecho, the River Aragón, the Tena Valley, Benasque, the Somontano district, and you can see the beauty of the mountain summits, the architecture of Serrablo, Sobrarbe and Ribagorza, the secret jewel of the Monegros district.