Surroundings

Enjoy the surroundings. Feel alive

At the gateway to Aragon’s Pyrenees, the area offers a wide range of activities of touristic, cultural, historic, gastronomical, religious, environmental and other interests for all kinds of people.

  • At only 20 minutes from the Formigal – Panticosa ski station, the largest skiable domain in Spain with its 176 km of ski areas in its six valleys, in the Valle de Tena, or only a short trip away from Valle del Aragon, to enjoy the marvellous ski stations such as Candanchú and Astún, which are only 49 kms away.
  • Golf courses such as Las Margas are only 5 minutes away, as well as Badagüas and Guara which are also very close.
  • Important cultural and historical enclaves like Jaca Cathedral at only 25 km away, the “Ciudadela” (citadel), San Juan de la Peña Monastery, all of the hidden Romanesque monasteries along the Serrablo Romantic Route along the Road to Santiago, the The Castle of Loarre, and the Sierra de Guara Natural Park.
  • Adventure sports (canyoning, rafting), and destinations of great significance, such as Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park.
  • Relax at Panticosa spa.
  • Visit the Lacuniacha Park with its beautiful fauna and flora.
  • Horse riding, or biking, (BTT area).
  • Visiting Valle de Ossau, and the French Pyrenees and enjoy the “Petit train d,Artouste”, the highest train in Europe.
  • Keen hunters can try out valley hunting; chamois, wild boar, red-legged partridge, hare and quail are among the most popular, and fishing in the Gállego River, are just some of the valley activities.
  • Try the Aragonese cuisine with its high quality products.
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“Wonderful place, lovely people”

“Wonderful place, lovely people”

We were driving from Bilbao to Barcelona and planned two nights in San Sebastian and wanted one night of indulgence en route...Vinas de Larrede gave us that indulgence. The hotel, a newly built "Swiss Chalet", will probably look less incongruous in winter than it did at the height of summer..The welcome we received was warm and friendly, we had two adjoining rooms each with a beautiful bathroom. The interior design of the communal areas of the hotel is spectacular, and has clearly been very carefully considered, combining the rustic and reclaimed, with decidedly modern and contemporary art work.We were only at Larrede for 24 hours, but we made the most of the facilities; we all swam in the lovely pool, we enjoyed the steam room and the jacuzzi. But amongst the highlights of our summer holiday 2016 were the two meals that we enjoyed on the balcony; dining whilst the sun set over the mountains, and a leisurely breakfast the next morning. This is a hotel run by people who care who deserve to succeed. We would return in a shot.

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“Epic view and friendly people”

“Epic view and friendly people”

Absolutely amazing hotel, breakfast very friendly people who gave great information of the beautiful area. Best thing was waking up to an amazing view. The national parks and ski fields In the area are well worth a look.

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